Davis County Search & Rescue Speaks to the Kaysville Rotary Club

 
The Davis County Sheriff's Search & Rescue, established more than 40 years ago, provides the citizens of Davis County with professional search & rescue services free of charge 24 hours per day, 365 days per year. This 35 member all-volunteer team responds to calls for assistance in the rugged mountains and waterways throughout Davis County. Search & Rescue volunteers spend thousands of hours each year training to ensure that they are able to provide professional service when called upon for assistance. This service is provided under the direction of the Davis County Sheriff's Office. 
 
 
The Davis County Search & Rescue Mission Statement: 

It is our duty as volunteer members of the Davis County Sheriff’s Search & Rescue to save lives and assist those in need. We will be prepared any time of the day or night to perform this duty in a professional manner; safely, quickly and efficiently. We place this duty before our own personal desires and comforts – and do so without thought for personal compensation or reward.
 
The Kaysville Rotary Club was so grateful to hear from the Search & Rescue team.  As a volunteer organization they give of themselves to help others.  
 
If you want to learn more about the Davis County Search & Rescue, go to their website at http://www.dcsar.org/index.php or their Facebook Page at https://www.facebook.com/DavisCountySheriffsSearchAndRescue
 
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