NEWS CONFERENCE SCHEDULED TO ANNOUNCE BEGINNING OF BALDWIN
COUNTY HISPANIC HURRICANE PREPAREDNESS OUTREACH INITIATIVE
BALDWIN COUNTY, AL, June 14, 2012 - The Baldwin County EMA
has partnered with all local County and Municipal Law
Enforcement to begin a new Hispanic Hurricane Preparedness
Outreach Initiative in Baldwin County.
The Baldwin County Commission, Baldwin County EMA and Local
Law Enforcement will begin this new Hispanic Preparedness
Outreach Initiative with a news conference on Tuesday, June
19, 2012, at 8:15 a.m. (prior to the Baldwin County
Commission meeting) at the Baldwin County Administration
Building in Bay Minette.
The Baldwin County Hispanic Hurricane Preparedness Outreach
Initiative was created to help reach the Hispanic Community
in Baldwin County through outlets and areas they trust to
provide them with first- hand, accurate, preparedness
materials and to help eliminate the fear of seeking shelter
and emergency assistance before, during and after a disaster.
The three tiers of outreach information being communicated to
the Hispanic Community will be Sheltering in Place, Going to
a Shelter and Evacuation.
A translator will be present during the news conference.
For more information contact the Baldwin County EMA at (251)