Frostburg Lions Club
P.O.Box 371
Frostburg, MD 21532
301.687.0212
Remembering Yesterday
Serving Today   
Planning Tomorrow
FEMA
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P.O.Box 371
Frostburg, MD 21532
301.687.0212
EMAIL: lionsusan@frostburglions.org

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Emergency Preparedness...

We Take Emergency Preparedness Seriously...

Emergency preparedness is not only for Californians,
Midwesterners and Gulf Coast residents, it's for everyone.
Most communities may be impacted by several types of
hazards during a lifetime.  Americans also travel more
than ever before to areas with different hazard risks than
at home.

Knowing what to do before, during and after an emergency is a
critical part of being prepared and may make all the difference when
seconds count:

  • Physical safety is a concern for all hazards
  • Make an emergency supply kit
  • Learn about receiving emergency alerts
  • Learn local emergency plans for sheltering
  • Learn local emergency contacts
  • Learn local advance alerts and warnings.
  • Remember safety when recovering from a disaster
  • Mental and physical well-being must be considered.
  • Learn about children's issues in emergencies
  • REMEMBER: Pets need help too
  • MDResponds - Check The Brochure
National Terrorism Advisory System (NTAS) check current status
Available brochures & Information...

Use the links below to access a wide variety of printable brochures
and information.  All of this material can be ordered in bulk for free
community distribution.  Visit
F.E.M.A. and Ready.gov for more
information bulk ordering.


Information On The Internet...  

These websites will keep you informed of the latest
available information:


Recovering from a disaster is usually a gradual process.  Safety is a
primary issue, as are mental and physical well-being. If assistance is
available, knowing how to access it makes the process faster and
less stressful.    The links below offer some general advice on  steps
to take before, during and after disaster strikes in order to begin
getting your home, your community and your life back to normal