Jefferson Search And Rescue
Jefferson Search And Rescue is a Washington non-profit corporation. Volunteer members are dedicated to search and rescue and public education services for the people of Jefferson County and the entire Olympic Peninsula. JSAR missions are directed by the Jefferson County Sheriff's Office which has legal responsibility under Washington State law (RCW Chapter 38.52) for all search and rescue activities in the county.
Since its founding in 1976, JSAR members have contributed thousands of hours of community service in searches, rescues and demanding training missions to give members the skills required by state and national rescue agencies. Membership in JSAR is open to any resident of Jefferson County, 18 or older.
JSAR recruits new members with wilderness and emergency skills and has an ongoing need for adults who can provide organizational, managerial and logistical support for field operations. JSAR is an all-volunteer effort and is not supported by Jefferson County tax dollars. Donations and member fund-raising efforts support the group.
To learn more, come to a regular meeting the second Wednesday of the month at 7 p.m. in the Chimacum Volunteer Fire Department on Rhody Drive and meet your neighbors.
P.O. Box 761
Port Hadlock, WA 98339
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