Culver-Stockton College to be host of storm spotter training Tuesday night


CANTON, Mo. — The natural sciences department of Culver-Stockton College will have a storm spotter class at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, March 21 in the Robert W. Brown Performing Arts Center inside Merillat Chapel.

The storm spotter class will feature Kevin Deitsch, warning coordinator from the National Weather Service in St. Louis, presenting the course material. The class is expected to last about two hours. It is free and open to the public.

Upon course completion, participants may become registered storm spotters by registering with the National Weather Service. Attendees are invited to view the presentation and become more familiar with severe storms, how to recognize them and the appropriate precautions to follow. Attendees should bring their own supplies for taking notes.

For more information, contact Robert Sadler, professor of physical sciences, at 573-288-6000, ext. 6436, or                 

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