Registration is OPEN for the NEW Capabilities and Sustainability Animal Response Workshop which is designed specifically for trained Kansas State Animal Response Team volunteers! CLICK HERE to get registered NOW – Space is Limited!
Meteorologists from the National Weather Service office in Wichita have partnered with local Emergency Management to present information that will help prepare storm spotters and weather enthusiasts for the upcoming storm season. The presentations are hosted by local county Emergency Management agencies and typically last up to two hours. They are open to anyone that has an interest in weather. There are no fees to attend, you do not have to register, and you do not have to sign up to be a spotter. So, if you are interested in learning more about severe thunderstorms and their hazards, please take the time to come out and join us for a very interesting and enjoyable evening.
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Train Today Respond Tomorrow Workshop Dates
The workshop dates planned for 2018 include:
April 14-15, Derby, KS
April 28-29, KC Metro Area
June 23-24, Dodge City, KS
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“It is exciting to see KHS working on disaster preparedness planning with the installation of the generator and the development of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with the Sedgwick County Animal Response Team. The two organizations worked together during the Oaklawn tornado, but formalizing this partnership will serve to further improve animal disaster response.” – Jeannette Livingston, Sedgwick County Animal Response Team President