[MSAR] NASAR MSAR group?
hamlweld at madisontelco.com
Sun Feb 22 09:31:51 EST 2004
We are based out of East Alton, Illinois. MCMSAR:
http://www.angelfire.com/hero/metrok-9sar/ We are just establishing our
mounted team. Three of us will be attending the Osage Beach Training in
April hoping to meet other "midwesterners." We will see how it goes, maybe
next year combine vacation and training further west.
Sue (and Mike)
----- Original Message -----
From: "tracy helget" <helget at wamego.net>
To: "Mounted search and rescue" <msar-riders at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Friday, February 20, 2004 7:12 PM
Subject: Re: [MSAR] NASAR MSAR group?
> Where at in the Midwest? I am in northeast Kansas and looking to get
> involved in SAR. The closest group I've found is in Osage Beach, MO.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Jorene Downs" <Jorene at CEOates.com>
> To: "Mounted search and rescue" <msar-riders at lists.ibiblio.org>
> Sent: Friday, February 20, 2004 7:04 PM
> Subject: Re: [MSAR] NASAR MSAR group?
> > From: "Vieths" <hamlweld at madisontelco.com>
> > > Are many of us a part of this group? Should we be?
> > > I stumbled on this by accident while searching for NASAR training
> > > opportunities in the midwest.
> > > Sue
> > <snip>
> > What you found is an online discussion group being used as an Opinion
> > for the volunteer committee developing MSAR standards for NASAR.
> > Association for Search And Rescue)
> > http://www.smartgroups.com/groups/NASAR-MSAR
> > There isn't regular activity because any questions for the MSAR public
> > result of ongoing discussion and progress within the committee. Recently
> > has been quiet because I have been very buried with other
> > and the Standards committee has been patiently waiting for me to surface
> > again. (I'm the Chair.) You can visit the web site to see what has
> > previously been a topic for an Opinion Poll in the VOTE section.
> > Please join and provide us with input in the VOTE section as questions
> > posted, and spread the word to others in MSAR! Your combined input will
> > guide us to develop better MSAR standards for NASAR. And if you see
> > there that you feel warrants additional discussion, Una has graciously
> > offered to have that discussion here on MSAR Riders. But we try not to
> > too carried away with NASAR MSAR Standards-specific discussion here,
> > the Standards committee (most are members here) would then get bogged
> > here and have less time to move forward on the Standards in separate
> > discussion. ;)
> > I'm rolling from SAR to CERT to Foal Watch (Paint horse breeder)
> > responsibilities with 18-20 hour days right now. Hope I haven't missed
> > anything critical in my backlog!
> > ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
> > Jorene Downs
> > Tulare Co, CA
> > SAR, MSAR, Swiftwater Rescue, US&R,
> > Technical Rescue, Cave Rescue,
> > Hasty Team, ICP
> > www.CEOates.com/sar
> > Tulare-Kings CERT Program Coordinator
> > www.tk-cert.org
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