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Severe weather spotter training Thursday at MTI

Davison County Emergency Management is sponsoring its annual Weather Awareness Training event, which will be held Thursday, April 4, at the Mitchell Technical Institute Amphitheater.

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Mitchell Technical Institute. (Republic file photo)

Davison County Emergency Management is sponsoring its annual Weather Awareness Training event, which will be held Thursday, April 4, at the Mitchell Technical Institute Amphitheater.

The event will be led by Peter Rogers, of the National Weather Service office in Sioux Falls. The program will review weather safety procedures, storm spotting fundamentals, and how to report severe weather observations.

The event is open to area first responders and the general public at no cost.

Other regional communities holding upcoming training sessions include April 17 at the Avon Fire Hall, April 22 at the 4-H Building in Armour and April 25 at East River Electric in Madison. Each of those events is scheduled for 7 p.m.

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