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Sunday's Must-See Program!

Let Doreen and Djenga teach you how to help prevent your children and grandchildren from getting lost in the woods and what to do if it happens. Join New England K-9 Search & Rescue for this important and fun workshop on Sunday, June 10, from 1-3pm at the McLane Center in Concord. Plus, meet the new puppy and see how training is going!

The “Lostproofing for Kids” program will include:

  • How children can stay safe in the woods and what to do if they become lost or separated from their family
  • What children should carry in their backpacks for lostproofing
  • How dogs find people and what to expect
  • The video “Lost and Found Safe and Sound” by the Association of National Parks
  • A demonstration of Djenga finding a child hidden in the forest

New England K-9 Search and Rescue team’s Doreen Michalak and her dog Djenga.

When: 1-3pm, June 10, 2018
Where: McLane Center, 84 Silk Farm Road, Concord
Cost: Members $10/family; Non-members $15/family
Who: Families with children 6+
What to bring: The program will begin inside, then end with a short hike in the woods for a search and find demonstration. Wear sturdy shoes for a woods walk and bring bug repellent.
Registration Required (click link for online registration)
Questions may be directed to: [email protected]

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