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Happiness is not about what is going on around you, but rather what is happening inside you. It comes from within. Striving to be happy everyday may be difficult – but if it were easy, everyone would be happy all the time! We all know that is not the…
May 17, 2014 Contact: Frank Brown, 270-885-1530
CERT Assist Tornado Victims
Saturday morning started like any other day in Christian County, cool Spring air, sunrise and birds chirping. But there was no time for Saturday morning cartoons or fishing at the lake for a dozen volunteers from the Christian County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) or the Baptist Disaster chainsaw crew. Before most people poured their second cup of coffee, this dedicated group of volunteers was packed and heading to the Greenville Rd area where residents were faced with the task of cleaning up after last week’s EF2 tornado. CERT team members assisted the chainsaw crew in cutting up, dragging and stacking several fallen trees in two areas hit by the storm. Residents were grateful for the assistance and shared prayers, tears and hugs with the volunteers.
CERT Teams are trained groups of volunteers in the community, under the guidance of the Pennyrile Regional Citizens Corps Council, that are available during and immediately after disasters. CERT Team members are trained in various fields such as First Aid, CPR, Light Search and Rescue, Small fire suppression, Evacuation and more. On a regular basis, CERT teams can be found at various community events training the public on storm safety, emergency supply kits and home preparedness. During and after disasters (fire, earthquakes, tornados, floods and ice storms to name a few) CERT teams can be activated into service by County Emergency Management.
For more information on joining or starting a CERT team in your area, contact the Pennyrile Regional Citizens Corps Council at 270-886-9484, email to: firstname.lastname@example.org , or visit http://www.peadd.org/planning/hs/cc/cert
Regional Operations Officer
Pennyrile Regional Citizen Corps
300 Hammond Drive
Hopkinsville, KY 42240
(270) 885-1530, cell 498-8533