If you or someone you know is in need of a smoke detector please contact OSERVS or your local Fire Department. There are alarms available for the hearing impaired and for those who are very sound sleepers.
Tips to ensure a Happy Halloween:
Be prepared. Get trained. Get involved.
Citizen Corps is FEMA's grassroots strategy to bring together government and community leaders to involve citizens in all-hazards emergency and resilience.
Citizen Corps asks you to embrace the personal responsibility to be prepared, to get training in first aid and emergency skills, and to volunteer to support local emergency responders, disaster relief, and community safety.
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We would like to thanks this year’s sponsors for helping to
make the 2013 Bully Gras a success.
Clark Beverage Group
Ville de Planche
Emmett and Beverly Smitherman
MSU Alumni Veranda
Jesse and Anne McDonald Urology Specialists
Callaway Orthodontics U S Foods
Copy Cow Bancorp South
Patton Law Office Tom & Shirley Dawkins
Starkville Kiwanis Sills Engineering
Dynamic Fire Protection
Bank First T. Blake Balzli, DMD
Snap Fitness Frank Jones Development
Nine-Twenty Nine Coffee Bar M & F Bank
Starkville Physical Therapy J & L Fitness, Inc
Insurance Associates Phillips Financial Service
Eat With Us Group Hester Fence & Construction
Carolyn Malone Phillips G & K Services
Martin Oral Maxillofacial Couvillion Design & Build
Regions Bank The Flower Company
R. Tabb & Co. Boutique Bank of Commerce
Frank Chiles, State Farm Ins.
2013 Bully Gras King & Queen
John & Denise Peeples
The purpose of OSERVS shall be to work in conjunction with city officials, county officials, the Oktibbeha County Emergency Management Agency, and the Mississippi Office of Homeland Security to provide training opportunities for the public in disaster preparedness and response. OSERVS also works in coordination with Volunteer Organizations Active in Disaster (VOAD), helping to ensure effective response when emergency and disaster situations arise.
Services provided by OSERVS are offered without regard to race/ethnicity, color, national origin, sex, disability, veteran status, or age.