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May Day
Posted: Tuesday, May 1, 2012

Happy May Day to the Inbound family,

I can't believe it is already May.  The sun is starting to come out and I am aware of an impending urgency in the air.  I am reminded of all the things that have to be done by June 1. 

We had our second refresher training of the year this past Saturday.  I ended up staying for the entire refresher and it was excellent.  Thank you Steve Clarke, our instructor!  It was good to share war stories and review lessons learned from previous years.  It was good to see old friends and really nice to meet some of the new Inbound employees.

Our next refresher is on May 26th in Eugene.  We will also be hosting S131/S133 Squad Boss training on June 2nd and June 3rd in Oakridge.  Then we will conduct an S130/S190 new firefighter training June 4th to June 8th in Oakridge.  We will also hold an S212 sawyer class June 6th to June 8th in Oakridge.  CPR training will be offered on June 6th as well.  Finally, we will bring everyone together at the all hands field day and BBQ in Oakridge on June 8th. 

As if that were not enough, the training then shifts down to Cave Junction.  On June 10th we will offer the RT130 annual refresher and pack test.  On June 11th to June 14th we will conduct an S130/S190 new firefighter training.  CPR training will be incorporated into the five day course.  The southern Oregon all hands field day and BBQ will be on June 14th.

If you are a driver, please make sure your physical exam is current or make arrangements to get it current.

Have a happy May Day and a productive May.  Please be working on your physical and mental fitness and let me know if you need anything.  I am looking forward to seeing everyone at the all hands days in the upcoming weeks.

thanks, Dillon