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Posted on: October 7, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Make a Difference by Saving Lives!


Spokane Explorer Search and Rescue is hosting a New Member Orientation on Thursday, October 20, 2016 for those interested in becoming certified search and rescue volunteers. The Orientation Night is from 6:30 PM to 8:00 PM at the Spokane Department of Emergency Management, located at: 1121 West Gardner, Spokane 99201 The Explorer Search and Rescue program is for everyone from teens to adults. Our minimum age is 14. We specialize in the search for missing persons throughout Spokane County and our state. We recover the missing and injured and search for evidence at crime scenes. Our members are trained and certified to Washington State standards to ensure safety and professionalism. Being a search and rescue volunteer requires serious commitment—to the training and to our unit, which is one of the reasons it makes an excellent addition to our members’ work or college résumés. It isn’t for everyone, but it is very fulfilling for those who enjoy giving back to the Spokane community. Those who are interested in becoming a part of this dynamic group or have any questions regarding the open house are encouraged to contact Rob Brewer at [email protected], 509-720-8727, or visit the ESAR website at

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