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Another group of volunteers is ready for service

This group of citizens recently became the 15th class of graduates from the Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) training program in Peachtree City. The program teaches basic and advanced emergency preparedness concepts that can be applied in the middle of any emergency that might strike. Prior to graduation each class is tested in a mock disaster drill that allows them to apply tactics they learned in the classroom. Photo/John Munford.


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