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1st ANNUAL TRAILING SEMINAR

1st ANNUAL K9 TRAILING SEMINAR
(Urban/Wilderness)
March 24, 25, 26, 2017

Hosted by: North Carolina Emergency Response Team

Supported by: Wilson Co. Emergency Management
Location: Wilson, NC

Registration Fee:
Cost: $275.00 Per Team (Handler and Canine)
Cost: $125.00 per extra K9
$150.00 per observer (no K9)
Deposit: Deposit of $150.00 MUST be included with your registration form.

This will be non-refundable except under extenuating circumstances
Deposit MUST BE RECEIVED no later than March 10, 2017, to receive the above listed rates,
after the above date:
Cost: $300.00 Per Team (Handler and Canine)
Cost: $150.00 per extra
K9 $175.00 per observer (no K9)

Register Early – Space is Limited to 15 Teams Contact:

NC K9 E.R.T., Inc.
919-796-2218
trailing2017@k9ert.org

Description: Actual fieldwork will be the emphasis for this seminar including, wilderness, urban, and scenario based training.

Lodging:
Candlewood Suites
2915 Independence Dr.
Wilson, NC 27896
Ph. 252-291-9494
Rates: $69.00 per night (plus tax)(this includes pet fee)
To get this rate you MUST tell them you are attending the NC K9 E.R.T, Seminar you MUST also register by: March 1, 2015.

If you need additional information please contact:
Mac Morgan 919-796-2218
mmorgan@k9ert.org

Link To Instructor Information

Link To Registration Document

Link To Event Description Document

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American Guardians PSMC Raise Money and Awareness for NC CERT

SANFORD NC – The American Guardians MC showed a huge amount of support for our team this last week despite poor weather and rain. They hosted a motorcycle ride, and many other special events in Sanford to raise money and awareness for NC CERT. We can’t thank you enough. Article and link below:

“THE SANFORD HERALD – Despite gray skies and plenty of rain, the revving of motorcycles echoed throughout downtown Sanford Saturday afternoon as nearly 50 members of America’s Guardians Motorcycle Club rode in to attend the club’s fundraiser for the N.C. K9 Emergency Response Team at Depot Park.

“Mother nature didn’t really play nice,” said Club President Jerry “Saint” Read. “But it is what it is. [CERT] is just an amazing organization, and we’ll do what we can to help them.”

CERT is a non-profit, all-volunteer organization of current and former law enforcement officers which raises and trains dogs to help police agencies with search and rescue missions.”

See the full article here

NC CERT Presents Powerful Video About Search and Rescue

WENDELL NC – The North Carolina Canine Emergency Response Team (NC C.E.R.T.) has presented a new video about Search and Rescue.

This video, created and inspired by the members of NC CERT, is a small window into Search and Rescue. You’ll see smiles, you’ll see heartbreak, you’ll see pain and the euphoria of bringing someone home safe. No matter how painful, tragic or hard it is, we will always be there to serve you. From all of us at NC CERT….

This is why….