EMERGENCY SUPPLIES TO KEEP ON HAND.

Emergencies and disasters can happen at any time, often without warning. Be prepared.

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Water.

Wash and rinse empty 2 liter pop bottles. Fill them with ordinary tap water, and store them in a cool dark place. Every 3 months or so, empty and refill them. Store several for each family member.

Light.

Candles, flashlights, lanterns, batteries, matches.

Food.

Keep a 2 month supply of basic foods in your pantry as a hedge against hard times. More is better.

Heat.

Propane or kerosene heaters, lanterns, and camp stoves, buddy burners, alcohol burners, candles, wood stove

Sanitation.

Toilet paper, plastic bags, bleach, soap, towels, toiletries, feminine needs, trash bags, diapers.

Other.

rope, duct tape, plastic sheeting, extra towels, blankets, hammer, saw, crowbar, basic tools, first aid kit, including hydrogen peroxide, alcohol, iodine, aspirin, ibuprofin,







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