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http://www.dupage.k12.il.us/_images/shared/darlene.jpg About CERT TRAINING

We all know someone who needs this training.
Here is a brand new tool for you to view, and pass along. It's an interview with the DuPage County Regional Superintend of Schools ,
Dr. Darleen Ruscitti


Click Here:



CERT Team completes first ever IDOT Flagging Certification. 45 Volunteers


5 hours Friday June 20 were spent at Milton Township Highway Department

to complete

this valuable trainingenabling volunteers to help flag traffic during

emergencies helping to

keep open our streets and roads. IDOT's Gwen Montgomery and DuPage

Highway Dept

certified instructor John Gavurnik led the process.Gary Muehlfelt, Milton


Commissioner , hosted the event which included a burger cook out.

To our knowledge this was a first for CERT and IDOT .



Family Field Day

St. James Farm Forest Preserve

May 24 Several visiting equestrian groups offered riding demonstrations.

The Forest Preserve District of DuPage

County invited families and Milton Township

CERT Team to join its celebration of the region’s

agricultural and equestrian heritage at “Family Field Day

at St. James Farm” held Saturday, May 24 from 11 a.m.to

5 p.m. at St. James Farm Forest Preserve in Warrenville.

Seen at our CERT tent left toright Commissioner Joe Cantore,

State Representative

Jeanne Ives (42) , and commisioner Tim Whelan .


DuPage County Board 

The Chairman Dan Cronin presented
Ralph Hinkle and Milton Township Cert Team 
with a commendation for 
12 years of community service 

View the video click here

Milton Township has partnered with Winfield, Downers Grove ,Lisle,

Naperville and soon hopefully Addison and York and Bloomingdale

Township to form a County Wide CERT network of trained volunteers.

They currently have 950 active participants trained in disaster aid.

Presentations also included County Board 4 members Amy Grant,

Grant Eckoff ,and J. R. McBride who made the recommendation



An all team callout was conducted Saturday February 8 to test our Cert callout systems,

data base, and volunteers.Keynote speaker Sheriff John Zaruba addresses the crowd of

130 volunteers at the College of DuPage Homeland Security "StreetScene" facility.

Other leaders

included James Joseph director of DuPage County Office of Homeland Secuirity

and Emergency Management, Assiociate Dean of the building Tom Brady, and

Supervisor Chris Heidorn



Call Trish at 630-668-1616 for details and make up class. 2014 applications are

being accepted.

Applications available by clicking on the CERT icon to the left and

then click on application.