FIRST AID COURSE EDUCATIONAL
First Aid Course
Membership meeting @Freckle's 5pm dinner 6pm meeting
Omak Stampede Ride In
Gibraltar Mt trail ride. Meet at Cougar Mtn trailhead9 am
Maple Mtn work 9am
Membership Meeting @ Freckle's 5pm dinner 6pm meeting
Maple Mtn. OVC/FCC VIP Trail Ride
Trail ride Wauconda
Membership meeting @Freckle's Officer Nominations 5pm dinner 6pm meeting
Whistler Canyon trail ride 9 am
OVC/FCC Halloween Party location TBA
BCHW wine Ride Location TBA
Membership meeting@ Freckle's ELECION OF OFFICERS 5pm dinner 6pm meeting
Board Meeting 1pm@Downs home 775-3218
FCC Christmas Party location TBA
OVC Christmas Party Location TBA
As taught by the Alaska State Troopers
You can't help yourself iff you don't recognixe and admit yu're in trouble.
First,inventory yourself and others in your group for injuries. Then inventory everything you have on you or in your pockets. Lastly, inventory your surroundings for anything that might be useful for survival.
Surviving the first night is often the most critical need. Don't try to bulid a cabin. Use natural materials to build a small cave/nest. Use grass, moss, and boughs to insulate the floor, walls, and roof.
Help rescuers do their job. If you don't have per-made signal devices you cna use smoke, fire, or letters laid out on the ground.
Finding a source of water is more imprttant than finding food. You'll only be able to function about three days without water.
Unless you have aa gun or archery equipment ,forget about hunting big game.
think small. You'll expend a lot fewer calories collecting wild plants and small animals.
After you've done all the other steps, you may find yourself wondering "What happens next?"
Now is the time to have a positive mental attitude. If you let yourself develop an attitude of "I'm gonna-die-out- here," you probably will.
Sing songs, skip rocks, whittle a bowl and spoon...DO SOMETHING!
JULY 29-31 2016
COME JOIN IN FOR A DAY OF FUN...
COME RIDE THE OLD STAGE TRAIL
'ORIGINAL HIGHWAY " 1 " IN WASHINGTON
Sponsored by the Ferry County Chapter of BHCW, Republic
Come ride with us on July 29 - 31 2016
Location: FCC BCH Horse Camp on Lambert Creek in the Kettle Range
Fun for all Ages around a old fashion campfire
Cost is $25.00 Per Adult
$15.00 for children under 12 years
ON Friday the 29, @ 5.00 pm
SATURDAY RIDE , first rider out @ 8:00 am
DINNER , on saturday the 30, @ 6:00 pm
steak, baked potato, salad & dessert
SILENT AUCTION Saturday 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm
LIVE AUCTION Saturday 7:00 pm
Entertainment following live auction
COWBOY BREAKFAST Sunday the 31, @ 8:00 am
sausage, pancakes, & juice
COWBOY CHURCH following breakfast.
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