My apologies for the dark pictures - just not as much light in the building as would have been better for pics, and just a little flash on this camera.
There’s more than one way to exercise. An exercise routine works to keep one fit and (IMO) better able to face the day. So I try to take time for regular exercise.
Emergency Social Services needs to exercise too – to keep us prepared and better able to face the emergencies when they come along. To that end, our team joined with another team to do an exercise in setting up a Reception Center.
We met at 9:30, got our debriefing and instructions, set out to plan the space to use it effectively, put on our vests to delineate who belonged to which team,
set up the tables and chairs
a first aid station
After a review with the director, and making some changes, we had lunch – then practiced registering each other.
All in all a great day, good practice, lots learned, better prepared if and when….
On our way over to the exercise, we passed a field with these clumps of daffodils – a nice pick-me-up when we were expecting rain
It’s Palm Sunday, may your day be bright with the remembrance of the glorious arrival of Jesus.
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