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FEMA Youth Council a worthwhile experience

Teens from Door and Kewaunee counties could learn to lead in an emergency as part of the FEMA Youth Council.  The federal agency is seeking 8th to 11th graders to serve two-year terms as council members.   Haily Dudzinski represents Wisconsin on the Region 5 FEMA Youth Council.  Other council members from Michigan, Minnesota, Illinois, Indiana and Ohio meet annually at Preparedness Camps.  Dudzinski says at camp she learned outreach efforts that benefited schools statewide.

 

 

 

Dudzinski says it didn't take long for FEMA Youth Council members to put skills learned at Preparedness Camp to work.

 

 

 

Youths interested in applying to the FEMA Youth Preparedness Council have until March 8th to submit their applications.  Youths interested in applying to the FEMA Youth Preparedness Council have until March 8th to submit their applications.  More information is available by logging onto http://www.ready.gov/youth-preparedness-council.

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