Emergency Preparedness & You
Friday November 1, 2019  12pm - 1pm (1 Hour )
Lecture / Seminar


Event in Room: Room #237

Please join us for this free Lunchtime Learning session presented by Acadia Lifelong Learning.

We are all responsible for emergency preparedness and it is important to fully understand the key principles of Emergency Preparedness: • Know the Risks • Make a Plan • Get a Kit This presentation will provide you with the background information necessary to be better prepared for any future emergency or disaster. If an emergency happens in your community, it may take emergency first responders some time to reach you. Therefore, we should all be prepared to take care of ourselves and our families for a minimum of 72 hours.

Presenter: Dan Stovel
Dan Stovel proudly served as a Naval Officer with the Royal Canadian Navy for 32 years before retiring and moving to the Town of Wolfville in 2013. Actively looking to become part of the community, Dan joined the Wolfville Volunteer Fire Department in 2014. In December 2017 Dan was asked to take on the full-time position of Regional Emergency Management Coordinator (REMC) for all of Kings County as of April 1, 2018. In early 2018, the four Municipalities came together and signed an Inter-Municipal Services Agreement to adopt a Regional Emergency Management Organization (REMO) as of April 1, 2018. Since April 2018, Dan has been actively moving emergency preparedness issues forward within Kings County to support the development of a safe and resilient Kings County.


Beveridge Arts Centre
22 Highland Avenue
Wolfville, Nova Scotia

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Beveridge Arts Centre 22 Highland Avenue Wolfville, Nova Scotia B4P 2R6