Classes begin May 18.
What do you do when professional emergency responders are not immediately available during disasters? Starting May 18, Cobb County residents can learn basic disaster response skills to prepare them for scenarios like this. The Community Emergency Response Team Program offers 20 hours of free training to qualified participants. Applicants must be at least 16 years old; pass a criminal background check; and live, work, or worship in Cobb. To apply for CERT Initial Training, send the CERT Initial Training Application and a copy of your Georgia driver's license to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Eleven were honored.
- Pam Davis
Sunday, December 23, 2012
Eleven local volunteers who made significant contributions to the Kennesaw Parks & Recreation Department over the past year were recognized by staff during an appreciation luncheon held on Wednesday, December 12 at the Ben Robertson Community Center. Each of the following honorees received a plaque: Jody Livingston, Casey Miller, Mary Mullaney, Evans Newell, Amy Oyler, Davina Pultz, LJ Slan, Ron Stebenne, Murray Stell, Kay Swanson and Dallas White. Parks & Recreation Director Doug Taylor, along with Volunteer Coordinator Kimberly Flores, welcomed the volunteers and thanked each of them for their hard-work, dedication, and creativity to helping improve the city’s parks, programs and special events. To learn more about volunteer …