GC SAR: Part of a Great Community

Tim Kennedy presents GC Sar President
Glenn Phillips with a donation from Milner Power
October 2011

With nine successful rescues, a building in progress and new training opportunities, Grande Cache Search and Rescue has seen a busy 2011.

There are so many communities that rely on the hard work and resources of its residents, and Grande Cache is no exception. Our organization runs successfully because of volunteers who share their time and expertise to provide training, and the organizational skills it takes for the most important part of any SAR organization, contributing to the safety of the community.

Grande Cache has some of the most generous businesses around. If it were not for the support of local industry, Grande Cache SAR would not have the resources to ensure all equipment is up to date and safe for use on rescue operations.

Grande Cache SAR is currently completing a building to house our equipment and serve as an organizational command post. The building is a necessary part to successfully carry out our day to day operations. We are looking for donations to complete our project which will allow Grande Cache Search and Rescue to continue to serve the town and its surrounding areas.

Robert McDonald presents GC SAR executive members
with a donation from Encana
in front of the new GC SAR building
October 2011

Grande Cache SAR would like to extend thanks to Milner Power and Encana for their generous donations to our organization. Because of their help we will be able to insulate our building that will house our operations and replenish some much needed rescue equipment and purchase new equipment that allows us to operate with the highest of safety standards.

Our most recent purchase, a light weight all terrain rescue trailer is pictured in front of the new Grande Cache SAR building.

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