2016 Community Organization Workshop

From the 2016 Community Organization Workshop, please see the links regarding Emergency Preparedness.

 

From Michael Higgins, the Regional District’s Emergency Services Coordinator’s, presentation on Emergency Preparedness and How you Fit in:

*        Link to FireSmart Manual

http://bcwildfire.ca/prevention/docs/homeowner-firesmart.pdf

*        Link to Insurance Bureau of Canada’s pamphlets

All About Home Insurance

http://assets.ibc.ca/Documents/Brochures/All-about-Home-Insurance.pdf

What is Tenant’s Insurance?

http://assets.ibc.ca/Documents/Brochures/What-is-Tenants-Insurance.pdf

Emergency Preparedness packages that include the above documents and much more are available for pick up at the Regional District office.

The Heart & Stroke Foundation/BC Emergency Services has provided a link to the website for the BC PAD program (public access to defibrillation) that has the application and other information on it.  Visit https://www.bcpadprogram.ca/

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Northwest 4-H Club

NorthWest 4-H Club meets the second Thursday of every month from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.

4-H Meeting
New Members Welcome
Call Joyce 250-563-0149

 

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Nukko Lake Elementary School Silent Auction

Head on over to Nukko Lake Elementary School on November 21 from 6-9 for their famous Silent Auction.  There will be tasty baked goods and all sorts of other interesting items.  Go and lend your support to a good cause.

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Recycling Bin Changes

Recycle bin changes Sept 2 2014

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Rural Crime Watch Meeting

On Thursday October 9 at 7pm.  Cst. Trevor HURLEY from Community Policing will be in attendance at the Pilot Mountain Volunteer Fire Hall to discuss Break and Enter stats, identity theft and grow ops.  Come for coffee and dessert with your neighbours.  Rural Crime Watch Meeting

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Volunteer in Pilot Mountain!

Looking for a way to give back to your community of Pilot Mountain? The Pilot Mountain Volunteer Fire Dept. Community Consultation Committee (CCC), formerly known as the Management Committee, is in need of a volunteer.  This position requires attendance at approximately 3 or 4
committee meetings each year where the financial plans for the fire department are discussed and budgets finalized.

If you are interested in volunteering your time and expertise please call
Warren @ 250-967-4645 or Cell 250-613-7806.

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Decline in Volunteer Fire Fighters Drives up Home Insurance

Great article on the importance of volunteer fire fighters.

http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/decline-in-volunteer-firefighters-drives-up-home-insurance-1.2495554

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Regional District working to prevent Illegal Dumping

The Regional District of Fraser-Fort George is teaming up with a number of different agencies to shed some light on illegal dumping.  They have put together a short informational video to help educate residents about the importance of making better choices when it comes to responsible waste disposal.

Here is the link to Youtube where we have posted the video.  Help us spread the word.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sip2MSzkcHs

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Activities Galore

The Pilot Mountain Recreation Commission has been very busy planning a full calendar of activities for you and your family.  We have something for everyone including card making classes, kids cooking classes, movie nights, and game nights. Click Here for a detailed listing of events.  Do you have an event or activity you would like to see?  Email us at events@pilotmountain.ca and let us know!

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Community Block Watch

Are you interested in starting a crime watch group in your neighborhood?  Contact the Community Policing Office for more information @250-561-3366.

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