We were fortunate to be presented with a Certificate of Recognition by the City Council of the City of South El Monte. The certificate thanked us for our commitment to community safety.
The 100th running of the the Mount Wilson trail race is done. It was an exciting event with the recent fire in Santa Anita Canyon, and the unseasonably harsh rain, actually made for better trail conditions.
This year one of the runners became severely dehydrated, and after evaluation by Sierra Madre Search and Rescue, and Sheriff’s Department Air 5 Paramedics, it was decided she should be air evacuated to the hospital for further treatment.
Thank you to those hams who participated in making this a safe event.
It is with a heavy heart that we mourn the passing of a great friend and ambassador for Amateur Radio, JaMi Smith.
JaMi was a founding member of Temple Station Hamwatch, as well as an active member of the Disaster Communications Service Technical Committee. He also served as a Temple Station Volunteer for more than 14 years.
We wish to thank his family for allowing him to devote so much of his time to his community.