2011 Severe Weather Spotter Training

February 09, 2011
Santa Paula News

The public training event is going to be conducted on Wednesday February 16, 2011 from 7:00 PM until 9:30 PM in the Limoneira Pavilion at 55 South Hallock.

Would you like to learn more about the local weather? Do you like serving your community during times of need? If you have answered yes to these two questions, then you are invited to the Santa Paula Severe Weather Spotter Training!

The City of Santa Paula’s Office of Emergency Preparedness announces the severe weather spotter training class will be held on Wednesday, February 16 at 7 p.m. in the Limoneira Pavilion.

The free training is open to the public and will be provided by the National Weather Service.  The trainer is Joe Sirard, a meteorologist for the National Weather Service and a Santa Paula Resident.

Become part of your community’s early detection system. These sessions are most appropriate for individuals who work in public safety (emergency management, police, fire), public works, schools, hospitals, nursing homes and day care facilities, but anyone who is interested is encouraged to attend.

Attendees will learn to become an integral part of a community’s front line, early weather warning system. Learn why we need spotters, severe weather terminology, what to report and severe weather safety.

There is no charge.   To sign up for the training or for more information call 805-933-4297 and leave a message or email Steve Lazenby at slazenby@spcity.org

Date: February 16, 2011

Time: 7:00 PM until 9:30 PM

Location: Limoneira Pavilion at 55 South Hallock (At the southeast corner of Hallock and Old Telegraph Rd.)

Cost: FREE!

Bring yourself and a friend.  RSVP required to Captain Steve Lazenby @ slazenby@spcity.org or call 805-933-4297 and leave a message.

Sponsored by: Santa Paula Citizen Corps

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