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Build your own low-cost home security system

By Linda Waggener

Randy Wheat, RN, will share how-to details from his experience creating his own home security alarm system at the Wednesday, Feb. 7, 2018 Caregivers lunch meeting, 11amCT, Adair County Extension office, 409 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY.

On the subject of personal and home security, we heard recently from Columbia Police Chief Jason Cross that some form of alarm system is good, but it absolutely does not have to come with monthly fees. His comments are at this link for added details.

If you or someone you know cares for others, part or full time, this will be an informational hour. - Linda Waggener

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Home security alarm system info shared by Randy Wheat

2018-02-07 - Adair County Extension office, 409 Fairground Street, Columbia, KY - Photo by Linda Waggener,
Randy Wheat, RN, shared details from his experience putting together his own home security alarm system at the Feb. 7, 2018 Caregivers lunch meeting. On the subject of personal and home security, he said more attention is needed today primarily because of growing illegal drug addiction in our communities. He said about the time one drug is labeled and contained, another is taking its place. The latest craze that came up in discussion, is grape Gatorade with Benadryl poured into it, and drinking Imodium. - Linda Waggener

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