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Spring Break Begins In T-C

March 25, 2011 Teton County, Teton County Schools No Comments
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It’s that time of year again when at the end of the school day today, many in Jackson Hole shut out the lights and find a warm destination for the two weeks of spring break.  There are those considerations beforehand, though – have the car serviced, turn down the thermostat, arrange for someone to feed Fido or FiFi…   Teton County Sheriff Jim Whalen suggests a couple other easy preparations might be in order as well in the interest of security – including having a neighbor keep an eye on things, and having a light on a timer at night suggesting to passers by that there is activity there. Also, be sure if any deliveries are anticipated during your absence, someone promptly removes it from your porch so it doesn’t provide a tell-tale sign of your absence.  Whalen also suggests close the curtains so that anyone who might be casing neighborhoods cannot see the lack of activity in the home.

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