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Old 10-23-2009, 06:29 PM   #1
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Default Preparing my family for a fire.

I live in Southern California and we’ve had a bad record of wildfires over the past few years. I’d really like suggestions on things I can to do prepare my family if and when this situation happens again. Are there things I can do personally, other than just talking to them about it? I think it could be helpful to enroll them in a rec class or something offered through a school or extracurricular program. Does anyone know of any organizations that do this? Maybe the red cross? I’ve also heard about a local self defense studio that does a disaster preparation course, but I’m not sure what my best option would be. My kids are 8 and 13, so it would need to be geared towards that age group. I’d appreciate any suggestions!

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This would be the second time I've seen this same thing posted by different user names.

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This would be the second time I've seen this same thing posted by different user names.
Weird, i thought it was just dejavu?

edit* Whoah! Verbatim http://www.firearmstalk.com/forums/f51/preparing-my-family-fire-15070/ I guess the answers weren't adequate last time?
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