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We would like to wish Director Nick Lolley a very happy birthday! We hope your day is great and wonderful! 🥳 https://t.co/jvTDGhtY8A April 14, 2023
 
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Preparedness for Alabama Resilience Summit

August 2, 2023
Tuscaloosa County EMA truly enjoyed co-hosting the Preparedness for Alabama Resilience Summit at the Bryant Conference Center. A special thank you to the University of Alabama, Alabama Emergency Management Agency and to the Summit’s following sponsors:
DebrisTech, Elite Recruiting, Looks Great Services, Midland Radio, Fred Robertson Wrecker Service, Emergi-Care, ST Bryant & Co, Alabama Power, Black Warrior EMC, Hunt Refining Company, Tuscaloosa County Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC), Nine, Pants Store, Southern Linc, Tuscaloosa Association of Realtors, Taylor Electrical Contractors, Tuscaloosa Toyota, Wagner's, Warren Tire Pros, Everbridge, and Walmart.
Also, a special thank you to our phenomenal speaker Rick Rainer, the principal of Enterprise High School when the school was destroyed by an EF4 tornado and to Coach Nick Saban for his video welcoming our attendees.
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                                                      Tuscaloosa County EMA Staff

                                                                                                                           (From L to R)

                                Deputy Director Tamara Croom Doss, Director Nick Lolley, EM Specialist Jon Lambert, and EM Specialist Greg Fontaine

Watch the video above to see how you can become a Tuscaloosa County EMA volunteer!
Storm Damage
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