Volunteers Become Storm Spotters In Battle Creek

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(BATTLE CREEK) — Over one-hundred volunteers showed up Saturday morning in Battle Creek to learn how to become storm spotters. The Skywarn program is a collaboration between Emergency Managers and the National Weather Service aimed at training the public on how to identify and properly notify law enforcement and meteorologists.

There are still a few classes available in West Michigan if you are interested in becoming Skywarn certified.

April 13th – Allegan County, Shelbyville. 10:00 AM –  Luella Collins Community Center 419 126th Shelbyville, Mi. Contact: Allegan County EM: 269-673-0571

April 17th – Clinton County, St. John’s. 7:00 PM – St Johns Middle School 900 West Townsend Road St Johns, Mi.

April 20th – Isabella County, Mt. Pleasant. 10:00 AM – Isabella County Central Dispatch 2010 East Preston St Mount Pleasant, Mi

April 27th – Clare County, Harrison. 10:00 AM – CCTC Clare County Transit Board Room, 1473 Transportation Drive, Harrison, Mi

April 27th – Mecosta County, Big Rapids. 2:00 PM – West Campus Community Center Ferris State University


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  • guest

    Anything in the Tri-Cities area of Ottawa County?
    I know several people who would be interested in this training.
    Thank you.