The March ACS Meeting and Training will be held Saturday March 16 at North Seattle College in the Education Building room ED2843A, coffee at 8:30 AM – business meeting starts at 9:00 AM and our training and presentations begin at about 10 AM. There will be updates on the recent work at Capitol Park and other projects and activities. There will be a presentation on the tunnel radio test and report as well as a training session on ACS operations, sector structure and working relationship with the HUBs.
Location and directions: North Seattle College and see campus map
Congratulations to Carl Leon, N7KUW on being selected to receive the Governor’s Volunteer Service Award for the Disaster Preparedness / Response. Carl was nominated by the Seattle office of Emergency in recognition of his many years of service and leadership as a dedicated community volunteer. There will be an awards ceremony at the Executive Mansion in Olympia on April 12, 2019. Additionally, there will be a special on field recognition before the Mariner’s game that evening at T-Mobile Park for Carl and the other award recipients.
Office of Emergency Management – Annual Report – OEM has just published the 2018 Annual Report which provides a comprehensive overview of programs and accomplishments – including a very nice section about ACS.
ACS/MST December Meeting and End-of-Year Celebration Lunch – Saturday December 8th, 2018 at the Discovery Park Education Center 1100 – 1330. Please join us to celebrate a successful year of team building and service to our community. We will be joined by Barb Graff, the Director of the Seattle Office Emergency Management and we have invited Andy Ruschak, KK7TR who works as a Wireless Technology Consultant to speak with us about LTE technology from the Land Mobile Radio (LMR) Perspective and looking to the future.
Hope to see everyone one there – Seattle ACS/MST Leadership Teams
Seattle ACS is offering the Oregon ACES course on Saturday and Sunday May 19 and 20 at South Seattle College Olympic Hall room 101; 0800 – 1700. You can sign up for the class by going to www.OregonACES.org finding the applicable class listing and clicking register.
There is a cost of $25 per student which pays for the course materials. You pay when you arrive at class by check or cash. ICS-100, 200 and 700 are required to obtain a course completion certificate, but you can take the ACES class first and your course certificate will be provided after you complete the ICS classes.
The class runs the full day both days, please plan accordingly. For further information you can contact Carl Leon (firstname.lastname@example.org)
ACES classes tend to fill up, so if interested you are encouraged to register soon.