Get the ins and outs of getting a generator for you home at meeting

Ever thought about getting a generator for your home in case the power conks out?

The Cobble Hill Local Emergency Response Neighbourhood Group is holding an information meeting on Jan. 15 at the Cobble Hill Hall on the topic.

Local residents Steve Bradshaw and Denis Nessman will share their knowledge and talk about their personal experiences with various generators.

Organizer Jackie Barker said that people will have a chance to learn about the advantages of owning a generator, as well as safety considerations. There will be a question period as well as a demonstration by Dan Wheeler from Rona Cobble Hill.

The event runs from 7-8:15 p.m. For more information call 250-743-4627.

The session is sponsored by Cowichan Valley Regional District Public Safety Education.

Andrea Rondeau

Citizen

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