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Best New Gear for Wilderness Adventure!

From: Terrie
Sent on: Thursday, November 8, 2018 3:52 PM

Hello MAA,

Recently, I went to see Dean Rosnau speak on emergency medicine and he closed his talk with the recommendation that anyone who travels in the backcountry - whether by foot, horseback, wheeled vehicle or watercraft - can best be prepared by taking a WFA class. He also emphasized, as a SAR professional for 30 years, how WFA trained outdoor enthusiasts make a huge difference in final outcomes when EMS personnel are summoned to an emergency scene.

Is it time for you to finally take care of yourself and your community by finally getting certified in Wilderness First Aid? Or will you put it off again, with fingers crossed that nothing happens next time you put boot to trail?

Here's an upcoming class:

Play Safe Out There!



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