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Carleton Ground Search & Rescue Inc. members presented a Hug A Tree Program to the students of the Juniper Elementary School (K - 5), Juniper, NB on April 23/2010.
CGSR Hug-A-Tree presenter, Search Manager and 25 Year SAR veteran Jim Corey introducing the Hug-A-Tree Program to students at the Juniper Elementary School.
The AdventureSmart orange plastic bag designed for the Hug-A-Tree presentation and use.
CGSR Hug-A-Tree presenter, 15 year SAR Member and New Brunswick Department of Education School Teacher Elizabeth (Beth) Corey-McCready giving proper instruction to the group on how to stay warm and dry.
Hug-A-Tree and Survive the program came to be .... .........please go here.
Demonstrating the use of the orange bag is always a lot of fun.
Beth shows the participants how she would stay warm and dry in the woods with the orange bag. The Student Package for each participant includes an orange plastic AdventureSmart bag and a whistle. Younger participants are usually provided with a Hug-A-Tree and Survive coloring book.
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Hug-A-Tree and Survive ...a re-cap of the Presentation .........please go here.
Teachers and students alike are always interested in Hug-A-Tree presentations. There is a lot of good information for everyone.
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