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Daylight savings time is this weekend, so don't forget to move your clocks ahead an hour.  More important is you may need to change the batteries in your smoke detector.  FEMA recommends to change the batteries in your smoke detectors at least once a year and really you should do it twice a year.  It may help you to remember, if you make it a habit, to replace the batteries every time we change our clocks.  Feel free to get more information from FEMA by clicking here.   
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