The Jefferson County Emergency Management Agency is hosting a storm spotter, public training session on Tuesday March 17 at the Homestead National Monument Educational Center. The session is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.
According to Jefferson County EM director John McKee the seminar is designed for Jefferson and Gage County.
“Training will be provided by Gage County Emergency Management, Jefferson County Emergency Management and the National Weather Service, Omaha/Valley office,” he said.
McKee added procedures for storm spotting, communications and other information will be discussed. Interested persons need to RSVP by March 13 by calling 402-729-3602 or 402-223-1305. Attendees need to bring a county issued ID or a valid driver’s license.
“We want you to be familiar with what we will required if you respond to a disaster,” he said.