The lure of the beauty to be found outdoors in the Pacific Northwest is legendary, and each year, multitudes head to the forests, mountains, lakes and rivers to bask in that beauty. But for some, an adventure can turn dangerous, and when it does, the dedicated volunteers of the King County Search and Rescue teams are there to provide help.
These dedicated volunteers seek continuous training and often provide personal resources to be the best equipped for their jobs. To aid these volunteers in continuing to provide essential services in King County, we are hosting a benefit concert on February 24th from 7-9 p.m.at Soulfood Coffeehouse, 15748 Redmond Way, Redmond, WA.
During the concert, we will be performing from our next album, Poet of Stones” a collection of songs written during a week-long wilderness whitewater rafting trip on the Salmon River. 100% of all donations to musicians and CD sales will go directly to fund the work of King County Search and Rescue.
King County Search and Rescue has over 600 trained volunteers who respond to numerous incidents involving lost or injured hikers, hunters and children, and down missing aircrafts. SAR volunteers also assist in times of natural disasters like flooding, windstorms and earthquakes.
Bring your fellow lovers of nature and spend an evening supporting the invaluable work of King County Search and Rescue.