Member Mountain Rescue Association
<Meeting: Tuesday, January 5, 7:00 p.m., Sheriff's Office, 457
- 26th Street, Ogden (enter back door).
Minutes from December 5, 1998 meeting Colette Miller
commanders' meeting update Lane McPheeters
To remain a member in good standing you are expected to attend the Tuesday monthly
meetings and the monthly training/service sessions. The dates shown in bold are
the MRU specific sessions you should plan on attending. The other units have
invited us to their training sessions which are also shown below.
5 and 9 Avalanche training Tuesday classroom and Saturday field clinic (Field is
2 Air Med helicopter ground school (tentative).
Call Outs: NONE
1999 Officers - Commander - Lane McPheeters, Vice-Commander - Jeff Hirshi, Sec/Treas -
New Rosters attached, update yours with the new one.
Weber High School has
contacted Jeff Malan about their "Life Skills Conference". It is on Monday Feb.
1, 1999. They would like three groups to give talks/demonstrations. Mountain Rescue has
agreed to be one of the groups there. There will be three sessions about 45 min. to 1 hour
each with about 50 kids in each. It will be all day, and you get a school lunch. We need
ideas on what to do for them.
Brad & Jeff have been able to get a lot of surplus medical
equipment from the DDO.
There will not be a winter survival seminar this year.
The idea of one central meeting for all groups has been shelved
until a later date. The current facilities does not have enough room to hold everyone, the
new building will.
Snowbasin has greatly increased size and runs, this may bring an increase in
calls for us in that area. Snowbasin would like to help us train in the area to get to
know it better. Jeff & Brad have been meeting with them on this.
We now have an Internet site: planet.weber.edu/sar John will put the
newsletter on the web.
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