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Lincoln County Maine Emergency Management
Monday August 9th, 2010 :: 03:50 p.m. EDT

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Lincoln County Emergency Management hosts Many Events to Kick off Emergency Preparedness Month


September is Emergency Preparedness Month, and in honor of this event LCEMA will host the following events to assist the citizens of Lincoln County in preparing for emergencies in their lives. From Pet CPR and First Aid to a Maine Guide seminar on compass use, our hope is that several will take part in one or more of the offerings.

September 8, 2010 Emergency Pet Sheltering Open House and Pet ID Workshop will be held at the Lincoln County Communications Building at 6 p.m. This open house is to showcase how the Lincoln County Animal Response team sets up a shelter for pets and allows the owners become acquainted with the set up prior to using the benefit. We will also be guiding the attendees on Pet ID’s required for Pet Shelters, along with a “go kit” for animals. There is a registration for this event, no charge.

September 15, 2010 Damage Assessments 101 for Public Officials and Public Works will be held at the Lincoln County Communications Building at 6 p.m. hosted by Lincoln County EMA in conjunction with Maine Emergency Management. This course is designed to maximize the benefits of storm related damage reimbursements. The course, which is designed for those that complete assessments for the towns of Lincoln County, will highlight the use of pictures, historical documentation, and seeking out additional grants for repairs. Registrations are required for this class, no charge.

September 20, 2010 Compass and GPS Workshop will be held at the Lincoln County Communications Building at 6 p.m. This workshop is hosted by the Lincoln County Search and Rescue Team. Instructed by Roger David, Certified Maine Guide and Deputy Chief of the Lincoln County Search and Rescue team; is designed for the novice and experienced hiker, hunter, and first responders that want to learn more about how each of these tools work and some of the best tips from the instructor; Roger David, certified Maine Guide and the Deputy Chief of Lincoln County Search and Rescue Team. Registrations are required for the class, no charge.

September 30, 2010 Pet First Aid Class will be held at the Lincoln County Communications Building at 6 p.m. This workshop is hosted by the Lincoln County Animal Response Team. From bleeding control to life saving first aid, this class is geared for both the cat lover and dog lover alike. Registrations are required, no charge.

All class information is available on the Lincoln County EMA website : lincolncountyema.net

Address/Location
Lincoln County Maine Emergency Management
34 Bath Rd
Wiscasset, ME 04578

Contact
Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 207-882-7559

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