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Navarre CERT holds training at Holley Navarre fire station

| Hansen Hasenberg
Navarre’s Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) held a training session Sunday, March 3, at Holley Navarre Fire District Station 45. The training session was part of a six-session training course to prepare residents of Santa Rosa County for emergencies and how they can help their community. Five people participated in the course. Four were from Navarre and one from Pace.
South Santa Rosa County Community Emergency Response Team (CERT), also known as Navarre CERT, held a training course Sunday, March 3, for people joining the group. CERT is comprised of volunteers who are trained to provide services after disasters and emergencies such as hurricanes and tornados. These services include light search and rescue and first aid.


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