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City recognizes Preparedness Month

Pictured are, front row, from left to right, Heather Metcalf, Covington County marketing representative; Kay Tutchtone, fire technician; Mayor Dexter McLendon; Micah Waddell, owner; Shirley Sandy, Butler County EMA director; and Francine Wasden, Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce executive director. Back row, from left to right, Wesley Waddell, owner; Alex Boggan, project manager; Diane Wilson, fire lead; Jim Phillips, Pike County marketing representative; Jessica Wright, office manager; Lillie Mae Black, fire technician; Josh Burt, crew chief; and Robert Sirmon, production technician. (Advocate Staff/Andy Brown)

Pictured are, front row, from left to right, Heather Metcalf, Covington County marketing representative; Kay Tutchtone, fire technician; Mayor Dexter McLendon; Micah Waddell, owner; Shirley Sandy, Butler County EMA director; and Francine Wasden, Greenville Area Chamber of Commerce executive director. Back row, from left to right, Wesley Waddell, owner; Alex Boggan, project manager; Diane Wilson, fire lead; Jim Phillips, Pike County marketing representative; Jessica Wright, office manager; Lillie Mae Black, fire technician; Josh Burt, crew chief; and Robert Sirmon, production technician. (Advocate Staff/Andy Brown)

Greenville Mayor Dexter McLendon presented officials with SERVPRO with a proclamation Wednesday declaring September Preparedness Month in the City of Greenville. September is National Preparedness Month, an annual awareness event sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency. SERVPRO professionals specialize in disaster restoration, cleanup and repair services, helping to remediate damage for both commercial and residential customers.