Ray Cord, K2TGX, writes on the Sturdy Memorial Hospital ARC list:
This is the Official call for EMA, HAM, CERT and MRC Volunteers to help at Norton Founders Day
Those Agencies that are supplying equipment have been contacted separately for Mutual Aid
WHAT: Norton Founders Day- An Evening long Family Town Picnic with Games, Music, Vendors, Classic Cars Cruise Night
Food Court Bands and ending with Fireworks at Dark
WHEN: Saturday June 15th from 5:00PM to 9:00PM
WHERE: H.A. Yelle School Campus, 64 East Main St., Norton, across from Honey Dew Donuts.
WHO: Everybody. Volunteers can bring their families and friends
THE MISSION: Starting at about 1:00PM the Committee will start setting up the Food Court, Vendor Booths, Games and Command Post
While we will need a handful of Volunteers with this portion of the setup, the bulk of the Volunteers are being asked to report at 4:00PM.
The Shift will be 4:00PM to 9:30/10:00PM depending on how long it takes to get the cars out of the lots.
There will be a supper (Pizza and soda/water) served at about 7:30PM and breaks (Hydration) will be provided as needed.
NEMA is responsible for providing Light and Power to the Food Court and Various Venues on Campus
Our Mission is to manage the on campus Parking Lots and assist the Police with Pedestrian safety both before, during and after the Fireworks. During the Fireworks we will assist the Fire Dept with Cold Zone Perimeter Security and Hot fireworks patrol as needed.
After the Fireworks we will assist the Police Detail in safely getting cars from the Parking Lots to the Street and make sure that
Pedestrians and Cars don’t mix.
We recognize that this is a long event but would appreciate what ever time you can give us. If you have mobility issues we can put you where you are not on your feet (EMA/CERT Info Booth etc) or bring a lawn chair.
Please reply to this email ASAP to give us the time shift you can work so that we may start plugging people into ICS positions
Ray Cord Deputy Director
One Comment on “Call for Volunteers, Norton Founders Day, June 15, 2019”
Ray Cord, K2TGX, writes on June 16, 2019 on the SMHARC list:
Just to say thank you for your help and support to all of the Club members that helped in the operation of the parking lots and managing the traffic exodus after the fireworks. By all accounts even though it started off slow it was the biggest and best Founders Day and the fireworks were outstanding. If you have any comments on what needs to be improved you can email me or we can discuss it at Tuesday night’s meeting. Again thank you for your Public Service.