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Washington County Council on Aging and Florida Power & Light Company partnered to distribute hurricane preparedness meal kits to homebound seniors in Washington County on June 16, 2022. The hurricane meal kits include a three-day supply of nutritious shelf-stable foods for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The kits also include water and snacks to help homebound seniors after a storm.

 

Washington County Council on Aging and Florida Power & Light Company volunteers distribute hurricane preparedness meal kits to homebound seniors in Washington County on June 16, 2022. The hurricane meal kits, sponsored by FPL in partnership with Florida Council on Aging and Washington County Council on Aging, include three days of shelf-stable food and water in the event a major storm impacts the organization’s ability to make regular food deliveries to its clients.

 

 Florida Power & Light Company External Affairs Manager Tracy Andrews (right) gives Washington County resident Barbara Kelley (left) a hurricane preparedness meal kit. Sponsored by FPL and in partnership with the Washington County Council on Aging and the Florida Council on Aging, the hurricane meal kits include three days of shelf-stable food and water in the event a major storm impacts the organization’s ability to provide food for its clients.

 

 Wes Hudgens, Florida Power & Light Company senior community relations specialist , places a hurricane preparedness meal kit in a Washington County senior’s car. Nearly 100 meal kits are being distributed in the area, sponsored by FPL in partnership with Florida Council on Aging and Washington County Council on Aging, and contain water and a three-day supply of shelf-stable foods for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

 

 Florida Power & Light Company Senior Community Relations Specialist Wes Hudgens (right) talks about hurricane preparedness with Washington County resident Doris Laabs (left) on June 16, 2022. FPL partnered with Florida Council on Aging and Washington County Council on Aging to provide local homebound seniors with hurricane preparedness meal kits that include a three-day supply of nutritious shelf-stable foods for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

 

Tracy Andrews, Florida Power & Light Company external affairs manager, delivers hurricane preparedness meal kits to local homebound seniors to help them prepare for the 2022 hurricane season. FPL, in partnership with Florida Council on Aging and Washington County Council on Aging, is providing nearly 100 hurricane preparedness meal kits to seniors in Washington County to ensure they have access to water and nutritious food for up to three days following a storm.

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