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Community Outreach in Oklahoma

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Noble, Okla., Sep. 30, 2012 -- Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management  (OEM) and FEMA Community Relation Representatives go door to door or gate to gate to provide flyers telling residents of Cleveland County, who were declared eligible for disaster assistance following the Aug. 3-14 wildfire, how to register to receive it.  Community  Relations outreach is an important program coordinated by OEM and FEMA to ensure that individuals, in a declared county, know that disaster assistance is available. Patricia Brach/FEMA
Noble, Okla., Sep. 30, 2012 -- Oklahoma Department of Emergency Management (OEM) and FEMA Community Relation Representatives go door to door or gate to gate to provide flyers telling residents of Cleveland County, who were declared eligible for disaster assistance following the Aug. 3-14 wildfire, how to register to receive it. Community Relations outreach is an important program coordinated by OEM and FEMA to ensure that individuals, in a declared county, know that disaster assistance is available. Patricia Brach/FEMA - Location: Noble, OK
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