The Catalyst

Hurricane season begins June 1

Are you prepared?

University Risk Management program coordinator Elizabeth Anne Herring reviews her tabletop exhibit featuring the FEMA Family Preparedness Plan, basic emergency kits, hurricane tracking charts and other information. They were among 14 Lowcountry area exhibitors that shared information.

University Risk Management program coordinator Elizabeth Anne Herring reviews her tabletop exhibit featuring the FEMA Family Preparedness Plan, basic emergency kits, hurricane tracking charts and other information. They were among 14 Lowcountry area exhibitors that shared information. Bottom photo: WCBD-TV chief meteorologist Rob Fowler moderated a hurricane panel discussion as part of MUSC’s 14th annual Hurricane Awareness Day, held May 22 at the Horseshoe. The panel featured, from left, Tri-county spokepersons Dr. Wade Manaker, MUSC Emergency Medicine; Cathy Haynes, Charleston County Emergency Management; Mike Powers, American Red Cross; Capt. R.G. Woods, S.C. Highway Patrol; Ron Morales, National Weather Service; and Charlotte Anderson, Disaster Voluntary Services (not pictured).  Forecasters predict a very active  2013 Atlantic hurricane season.

WCBD-TV chief meteorologist Rob Fowler moderated a hurricane panel discussion as part of MUSC’s 14th annual Hurricane Awareness Day, held May 22 at the Horseshoe.

The panel featured, pictured from left, Tri-county spokepersons Dr. Wade Manaker, MUSC Emergency Medicine; Cathy Haynes, Charleston County Emergency Management; Mike Powers, American Red Cross; Capt. R.G. Woods, S.C. Highway Patrol; Ron Morales, National Weather Service; and Charlotte Anderson, Disaster Voluntary Services (not pictured).

Forecasters predict a very active 2013 Atlantic hurricane season.

 
 
 

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