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    Earthquake Awareness Month

    February is Earthquake Awareness Month! In the event you ever experience an earthquake remember to DROP, COVER, and HOLD ON. As earthquakes continue to occur on a daily basis in the central U.S.—with nearly 2,000 small tremors per year—this is the time the think about earthquake risk. If you’re not able to hide under a piece of furniture, crouch down and cover your face and head with your arms, making sure you’re not near windows, mirrors, or other loose items. Help protect your possessions in the event of an earthquake by asking your agent about earthquake coverage on your policy!  

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    Farm Academy – Grinnell Mutual

    Last week our agents, Cathy & Jeff attended the Farm Academy at Grinnell Mutual in Iowa. They enjoyed networking with other insurance professionals, learning about coverage options & insurance related materials, and building stronger relationships with our reinsurance company, Grinnell Mutual!

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    2020 Scholarship Available Now!

    *** SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITY ** The Missouri Association Mutual Insurance Companies (MAMIC) Scholarship is now available for students to apply. There are scholarships awarded to both college and high school students. Along with this ,we at Lincoln County Farmers Mutual award scholarship winners locally as well. To apply please visit www.mamic.net and click the scholarship tab. Or simply follow this link: https://urlprotection-mia.global.sonicwall.com/click?PV=1&MSGID=202001102102370566460&URLID=8&ESV=10.0.4.2749&IV=763432BAA1F8C5AC47B966B94552800E&TT=1578690160067&ESN=riSWU2s8mP7wMhssHZWxEModWz4Xwj%2Bq8DEEy%2F%2BuFUI%3D&KV=1536961729279&ENCODED_URL=https%3A%2F%2Fmamic.us3.list-manage.com%2Ftrack%2Fclick%3Fu%3Da31cfc31c087bf9f042a36a33%26id%3D8c7862ba6e%26e%3D7958e14a99&HK=6725871BA3F4062D5FDBE1A45D4986E17B6C48F8F0034766DDA63EAB84A500CF THE DEADLINE FOR THE APPLICATION IS MARCH 2, 2020 Good luck to all those who apply!

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    Holiday Safety Tip

    In most households, Christmas brings a lot of wrapping paper! But once the presents are torn into what do you do with all that used paper? Just know you should NEVER burn your wrapping paper in the fireplace. This creates a greater risk for house or chimney fire because of the embers that are produced. Also, the materials used to make the wrapping paper could produce chemical fumes in the home. We recommend recycling the paper, throwing it away in the trach receptacle,  or burning in a safe fire barrel away from the home.

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    Hunter Safety

    It’s hunting season! Whether you’re a seasoned pro, an enthusiast, or a beginner these hunting safety tips will help. 🦌Tell someone where you are going & what time to expect your return 🦌Make sure your cell phone is fully charged 🦌Dress for the appropriate weather/season 🦌If unfamiliar with the area you are hunting, be sure to  research it 🦌Know what safety gear you should be wearing 🦌Bring some essentials just in case (matches or a lighter in a waterproof pouch, a flashlight, a compass, water, & sunscreen.) Good luck to all the hunters!