Dear fellow Hanoverians:
The Hanover Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) is enthusiastically looking for new
volunteers – both medical and non-medical. Volunteering with the MRC is a
great way to meet new neighbors and become involved in the Hanover
The purpose of the MRC is to provide emergency disaster preparedness as
well as assist with public health programs. There is no set training;
members choose to attend as many or as few of the workshops that are
offered. Nor is there any set commitment. Some members ask to be
contacted in an emergency only; others volunteer at scheduled events.
Workshops in local communities are offered in the early evening and cover
an ever-changing variety of topics including training in emergency
preparedness, presentations on various recent and historical disasters;
understanding our public health system; and opportunities to become
certified in First Aid and CPR. Many workshops carry nursing, social work
and EMT continuing education credits.
Please join the MRC on Wednesday, September 27th to learn about the Hanover
Medical Reserve Corps (MRC) and to meet some current volunteers. There will
be a short get together with refreshments at 6:30 p.m. in Hanover Town
Hall, Selectmen’s Meeting room, 1st floor.
To register interest in attending the September 27th get together, please
leave your name and number anytime for Nancy Funder, 781-826-6473 or email
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