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Emergency response training starts April 29

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Beverly Emergency Management will hold a Community Emergency Response Training Program from April 29 to May 6. The 20-hour program will teach people how to prepare and help their families and neighbors before, during, and after a large-scale emergency or communitywide disaster. To enroll, people must be 18, and participants must attend all sessions. The course is limited to 16 people. For more information and an application, contact Michael F. Bookman at ema310@beverlyma.gov.

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