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Serving Maine and beyond

Serving Maine and beyond

Serving Maine and beyondServing Maine and beyond
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Serving Maine and beyond

Serving Maine and beyond

Serving Maine and beyondServing Maine and beyondServing Maine and beyond

If you or someone you know is lost or injured in the woods or on the waters of Maine Call 911.

Upcoming events

Until further notice all in person trainings and meetings are being postponed.


Sunday 6/7/2020 MASAR Board meeting and Quarterly meeting Bangor IF&W


Baxter State Park SAR coverage 6/27 - 6/28 (Restricted to authorized members)


Baxter State Park SAR coverage 7/18 - 7/19 (Restricted to authorized members)


Baxter State Park SAR coverage 8/22 - 8/23 (Restricted to authorized members)


Baxter State Park SAR coverage 9/5- 9/7 (Restricted to authorized members)


History

   

On 5/14/2012 the York County Emergency Response Rescue Team (YCERRT) was officially disbanded. With the encouragement of our local Game Warden, Rick LaFlame, a few of the YCERRT team members decided form a new team. Bryan Courtois, Larry DeHof and Dan Pierce spearheaded getting the word out and attracting potential team members. On July 25, 2012 a meeting was held at Cabela's in Scarborough and Pine Tree Search and Rescue (PTSAR) was born. At later meetings officers were elected and bylaws were drafted and approved. On 1/23/2013 PTSAR received 501(c)(3) status. 


As of 11/17/2019 our team has grown to 49 including 21 MASAR certified Search Team Members and 2 MASAR certified Search Team Leaders We meet about once per month and routinely partner with other teams for trainings and meetings. Our team has a number of Registered Maine Guides, AMC trip leaders, Scout leaders, active duty and retired law enforcement and military, fire fighters, EMTs, and others with vast outdoor experience.

Join Pine Tree Search and Rescue

 

Down load application below. Save it to your local drive, complete it and email it to treasurer@pinetreesar.com or print it mail it to the address at the bottom of the application.

  

When joining PTSAR you must acknowledge that you have read, understand, and will comply with the MASAR media policy.

Pay Pine tree search and rescue dues

$20.00
Pay with PayPal or a debit/credit card