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CalFireSAN MARCOS — Horse owners are encouraged to attend a Feb. 26 community forum at Walnut Grove Heritage Park for a presentation of lessons learned, preparedness and effective reaction strategies in event of a fire emergency.
The Twin Oaks Valley Equestrian Association and Horse Heritage Conservancy will host the meeting from 6 to 8 p.m. in Mary Connors Hall, 1952 Sycamore Drive, San Marcos, CA 92069.
Positive dialogue is expected between the public and community leaders including Laura Ward, Deputy Director of the County of San Diego Animal Services; Tonia Haynes, Sergeant of Community Relations, Animal Rescue Services; Buck Martin, City of San Marcos Parks and Recreation Director; as well as representatives of the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department and Cal Fire.
For additional information, contact TOVEA at twinoaksvalleyequestrian@gmail.com.
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2 comments have been made on “San Marcos equestrians host Feb. 26 `Focus on Fire’ panel”

  1. Lynne Malinowski Says:

    Valuable dialog between residents and equestrians with our speakers. Thank you for sharing, and hope to see readers there.

  2. Pat Rowe Says:

    Forums focused on preparation for emergencies and effective responses are being held throughout California. However, this one is unique I believe because we are fortunate to have so many emergency services stakeholders attend and provide information about their responsibilities, constraints and perspectives. I think this will be very educational.

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