Youth Exploration into Emergency Management class planned

Class will be offered Jan. 22.

Globe News Brief jpg
We are part of The Trust Project.

SLAYTON — Murray County 4-H and Murray County Emergency Management are teaming up to give youth in grades 7-12 an opportunity to explore the growing demand for emergency managers.

The class will be offered from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Jan. 22, at the Murray County 4-H

Building on the fairgrounds in Slayton.

Free snacks, beverages and pizza will be served.

Youth will get an overview of emergency management from area professionals which will


include weather related situations, drone and search and rescue, risk management/reduction, civil unrest, pandemics, and career paths within emergency management.

Register online:

For more information, call Extension Educator Kim Hause at (507) 836-1144.

What to read next
Boaters should avoid the box nets, and fishers in particular should avoid casting nearby, because those types of nets “collect” lures.
The money would allow the school to demolish its 1914 building, its 1938 building and part of its 1961 buildings.
Call was reported at 8:52 a.m.
Event draws riders from the tri-state area.