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Refresher Dates PDF Print E-mail
Written by Scott Putnam   
Monday, 28 July 2014 12:43

OEC Saturday September 6th, 0700 at St Lukes Meridian, 520 S. Eagle rd.  Meridian Id.  83642

Notes: OEC refresher will start at 7:00 am at the St Lukes facility in Meridian, enter the Eagle Rd entrance and immediately turn right as you enter the main Lobby. Go down the stairs and you will be in the reception area of the Refresher location.


On the hill and CPR Sunday September 7th at Bogus Basin Mountain Resort

 

On the hill and CPR Saturday September 27th at Bogus Basin Mountain Resort

 

OEC Sunday September 28th, 0700 at St Lukes Meridian, 520 S. Eagle rd.  Meridian Id.  83642

Notes: OEC refresher will start at 7:00 am at the St Lukes facility in Meridian, enter the Eagle Rd entrance and immediately turn right as you enter the main Lobby. Go down the stairs and you will be in the reception area of the Refresher location.

Last Updated on Monday, 28 July 2014 13:55
 
Instructor Refreshers PDF Print E-mail
Written by Scott Putnam   
Monday, 28 July 2014 12:27

Fellow Instructors:


It is that time of year again. Please put on your calendar and plan to attend the following meetings. On August 14th at 7pm at the DTO we will divide up modules for our upcoming OEC refreshers. We then will hold our Instructor refresher on August 28th, tentively at the DTO.

Last Updated on Monday, 28 July 2014 12:38
 
2014 PNWD Convention PDF Print E-mail
Written by Scott Putnam   
Monday, 28 July 2014 09:50

On August 8-10, 2014 the Pacific Northwest Division of the National Ski Patrol will hold its annual convention in Portland, Oregon.  This annual convention promotes educational programs and recognizes excellence and accomplishments in the areas of education and life-saving service.  Ski Patrollers from Washington, Oregon and Idaho will gather at the convention to share information, present education and training seminars and to learn advances in material, technology and techniques.

Our First Responder knowledge and techniques are not limited to the ski slopes.  Many situations occur in our every day lives where we are called upon to use them.  This year our theme is "Patrolling for All Seasons".  In addition to the very important sessions on Avalanche, Nordic, OEC, MTR, Transportation, Safety, Instructor Development, Awards, YAPs and Women, we will be offering sessions on subjects that apply in those other times when our first responder knowledge is required - at home, at sporting events, in auto accidents, at work.  We will be presenting sessions on traumatic brain injuries, being safe dealing with difficult situations and people, orthopedic injuries, burns and first aid for dogs.  Our keynote speaker will be Alice Busch from Multnomah County Emergency Management on how you as a patroller can help out in a major disaster in your community.

But the convention is not all serious subjects.  It is also serious fun!  On Friday afternoon we have all kinds of play opportunities planned.  Mountain biking, canoeing, kayaking, sailing - come prepared to enjoy yourself!  Friday evening we are hosting a Salmon Bake at the Hayden Island Yacht Basin with water taxis skimming you over to the island.  Saturday evening brings the Awards Banquet with a silent auction and a raffle.  We have an awesome hospitality room where you can relax and meet other patrollers and have some liquid refreshment.

New this year!  We have a PNWD Convention website and the convenience of registering on line.  Check it out at www.pnwdcon.org to see lots more info about the Convention!

All in all, this is one convention you will not want to miss!

Register and pay NOW at www.pnwdcon.org

 
2014 Dirty Dash PDF Print E-mail
Written by Scott Putnam   
Monday, 28 July 2014 09:33

2014 Dirty Dash, August 2th

The fist wave starts at 0800 with the last batch out the gate at 1600 so we will be on duty from 0700 until about 1800.

 

From the Dirty Dash page:

Let’s get one thing straight:  You’re not just potato farmers.  Leave that to the Shelley Russets across the state.

Sure, you’ve got a monopoly on McDonald’s French fries.  Does that mean you’ve super-sized your life to lounge on a super-sized couch with super-sized TVs drinking super-sized Double Big Gulps while watching reruns of Ricki Lake?

No, it just means you feed other people’s addictions.  You’re the supplier, the pusherman, the brains of this operation.

Well, we’re your dealer now so open wide and get your filthy fix of your newest addiction: a mere 16 miles from town, The Dirty Dash gives you a mud-run obstacle course that will put you in touch with nature in a way your mom would have grounded you for in grade school.  You’ll scale mountains, chug beers, and crawl through muddy slop so thick that, unlike Andy Dufrane, there’s no way you’re coming out clean on the other side.

This lava flow of dark brown goodness goes down easier than a 24 pack of Diet Coke or a double-order of Chili’s Molten Lava Cake, but there ain’t no drive-thru or Hamburglar here to make it easy on you.  You’ve got to work to make this course your personal Playplace.

When it’s all said and done, all we can assure you is that when we meet you in a mud-stained alley afterward, you’ll be begging, “Puh-puh-puh-please sir, can I have some mo’?”

 

 

Last Updated on Wednesday, 30 July 2014 21:02
 
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