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New Exec 2014
- Created on 11 March 2014
Pictured above members of the 2013 Executive as they hold this years AGM.
On Wednesday March 5, 2014, TCGSAR held it's AGM and elected several new members to fill positions within the executive. The positions now being held by new members are: 2nd V.P. External Affairs, SM Eldon Gilmore; V.P., 1st V.P. Human Resources, SM Cedric Mallais; President, SM Craig Windsor and Treasurer, SM Candidate Aimee Gallie. The other two positions will continue to be held by last years members: Operations by FTL Jacques Schofield; Secretary FTL Patrick Nagle. The previous Executive have offered to assist new members until they are comfortable with their newly acquired positions.
Best of luck to the new Executive, and many thanks to past members of the executive who have worked so diligently to keep this team functioning!
Sportsman Show 2014
- Created on 11 March 2014
Tri-County Search & Rescue will have a booth at the NB Sportsman Show, please stop in and say hi.
Our members will also be doing a one hour presentation on SAR in NB, at the following times: Friday, March 28, 7 PM; Saturday, March 29, 4 PM; Sunday, March 30, 2 PM.
- Created on 15 February 2014
The NBGSAR Provincial Organisation has partnered up with SARVAC to help further educate the public on the Adventure Smart Program, through a NIF grant new equipment has been purchased for promoting and providing the adventure smart educational programs. Pictured above is the display that was setup at the Champlain Mall Saturday Feb 15 as part of the public awareness and promotion campaign.
- Created on 27 January 2014
Team members practice their makeshift stretcher making skills during a day long training exercise Saturday January the 25th, 2014. In the above image Duane Miller volunteers as test subject on this fancy model which held up quite nicely during the 50 meter test carry.
- Created on 26 October 2013
The body of a 51-year-old Moncton man that was reported missing on October 22, 2013 was located shortly before noon wednesday 23 of October.
The body was found by Tri-County Ground Search and Rescue's dog handler, who's dog directed him to a wooded area west of Pinetree Subdivision in Moncton.
- Created on 20 October 2013
Members spent the day Saturday October 19, training on search techniques and planning. The weather was very favorably with blue skies and comfortable temperatures. Freddy, our training dummy, was a little cold having spent most of the day in the woods hoping to be found. He did however, get an exciting ride home to the command post atop of a members vehicle for some great hot chilly.