Washtenaw County, Michigan
The Underwater Search & Recovery Team (USRT) recently completed a three (3) day training aimed both at certifying our two (2) new divers and re-certifying current team divers as Surface Supplied Air Divers. The training was challenging, requiring ten (10) to twelve (12) hours of physically demanding work and diving each day. Notably, our new divers accumulated in excess of six (6) hours of bottom time over the three (3) day period inclusive of classroom time.
The Washtenaw County CoC community has been working hard to complete the 2015 CoC Funding Competition process to renew approximately $5 million in CoC funding, as well as apply for $757,633 in new funds. Both parts of the CoC Consolidated Application, the CoC Application (narrative) & Priority Listing (all submitted projects), are shared with the public.
Quit or make a plan to quit this November! The Michigan Tobacco Quitline (1-800-QUIT NOW or 800-784-8669) helps current smokers access quit aids, counseling and other resources.
Of the fur bearing mammals in Washtenaw County—what type is the only one that can grow a white winter coat? Is the smallest carnivore in Michigan? Can wrap its body around its prey like a constricting snake? The answer is a weasel!
The Opportunity Index is available online through the project website: www.opportunitywashtenaw.org
The meeting will be held at the Chelsea Comfort Inn, 1645 Commerce Park Drive, Chelsea, MI.