CERT registration opens for September course

Hands-on course teaches community disaster relief

  • Thursday, August 2, 2018 8:30am
  • News

The Kirkland Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) course will begin on Monday, September 10, at Kirkland City Hall from 6-9 p.m.

Learn all about personal preparedness, light search and rescue, fire suppression, disaster medical and much more. This hands-on course is informative and fun. Students will be ready to help families and neighbors when disaster strikes.

Students will attend eight weeks of instruction followed by a simulation drill (required). The cost for Kirkland residents is $35 and $50 for non-residents.

For all the details, and registration, go to www.KirklandCERT.com.

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