Women, Land & Legacy of Southwest Iowa to Explore Peace in Preparation

After a year of wild weather and devastating flooding, Women, Land & Legacy of Southwest Iowa is focused on helping locals find peace in being better prepared for future disasters.
The next WLL event, scheduled for Thursday, January 23, will feature Elizabeth Davison, Farm Bureau Insurance Agent, Sheri Bowen, Mills County Public Health Agency Administrator, and Larry Hurst, Mills County Emergency Management Coordinator.  They will discuss best practices for preparing for a disaster.
The event will be held at the Tabor Community Building, 626 Main St., Tabor, Iowa.   It will begin at 6 p.m. with the first presentation.  At 6:30, a catered meal by Yeya’s Scratch Kitchen of Tabor, will be served.  At 7 p.m., the final presentation will begin.  It is expected to conclude by 8. 
The fee, used to offset dinner and rental expenses, is $10 per person.  RSVP’s are required by Monday, January 20.  To reserve your spot, request special accommodations, and arrange car-pooling, contact Fremont County ISU Extension & Outreach at 712-374-2351.  Follow our Facebook page at www.facebook.com/womenlandlegacywgg for more information.
This event is sponsored through a partnership of East Pottawattamie, Fremont, Mills, Montgomery, Page and West Pottawattamie County Farm Service Agencies, Soil & Water Conservation Districts, Iowa State University Extension and Outreach, and the Women, Land & Legacy Committee. WLL is committed to offering learning opportunities for rural women in areas such as business, management, agriculture and family.  We are an equal opportunity employer-provider.

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