Emergency Shelter Deployment Training at Radio Club Field Day

Climate-controlled emergency shelter

Climate-controlled emergency shelter

Caldwell County CERT has two mobile, 12′ x 16′ shelters available for use during emergencies. It is quick to deploy and includes heat and air conditioning. On June 25 and 26 the Lenoir Amateur Radio Club will use one or two of the shelters for their annual, international Field Day. We are going to use this opportunity to train CERT members how to set up the shelter and take it down. The first class that did it took 30 minutes to set it up. The time was reduced to 15 or 20 minutes the second time we did it last year on Field Day.

This will give you hands-on practice in putting up the shelter in the event we are needed to set up the shelters during a disaster. This is also a good opportunity to support our local Ham Radio Club.

All CERT members are encouraged to attend.

The Radio Club has invited CERT volunteers to share their Saturday evening dinner on June 25 at Redwood Park in Hudson.

Rolling up windowShelter set-up time:

8:00 am, Saturday, June 25, 2o16

Dinner: Saturday evening. Time to be announced.

Shelter take-down time:

2:00 pm, Sunday, June 26, 2016

Location:

Redwood Park, 470 Redwood St., Hudson, NC

To register:

Send an email to caldwellcountyCERT@gmail.com with your name, email, phone number, and whether you will attend Saturday morning, Sunday afternoon, or both. Also RSVP for the dinner if you wish to attend.

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