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2014 UPCOMING EVENTS

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April 18-19, 2014 Farm Show

May 1-3, 2014 Song of the Mountains Festival

May 17 Beach Music Festival - Buy Tickets

June 21 Carolina Country Jam - Buy Tickets

August 16 Blackberry Smoke - Buy Tickets

August 23, 2014 Youth Fest


August 29-31 Labor Day Bluegrass Festival

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Unication's new pager popular with emergency responders

The world of cool, sleek gadgets has expanded to all walks of life, and emergency workers who depend on voice pagers aren't left out.

Since the '70s, volunteer firefighters and EMTs have been wearing radio pagers that alert them to calls, generally with a series of tones followed by a dispatcher's announcement.

If you live in the suburbs where volunteer fire departments are active, you've probably heard fire pagers squawking in public, sometimes followed by their owners running for the door to help someone in need.

For the most part, Motorola has dominated the voice pager market with its Minitor radios, beginning in the mid 1970s and progressing to the current model, the Minitor V, which has been around since 2005.

Information on the Minitor V can be found at this Motorola Solutions link.

Now a company called Unication has added some pizazz to the pager market with the introduction of the G1, a 64-channel receiver that can receive text and voice, regroup channels remotely, and with the right software, send the user's exact location back to dispatchers.

"The G1 can receive voice messages from not only a dispatch center but also from a two way radio at the scene. This capability allows firefighters who are inside the fire ground to capture the further instructions from a scene commander," according to G1 marketing literature.

"With the new updates, the firefighters will be able to make the critical moves when the fire is out of control," it says.

Kirk Alland, Unication general manager, tells Examiner.com the G1 was released only after extensive field testing and a study of what firefighters need most from their pagers.

Those needs included pagers that can withstand being soaked or submerged, the availability of more than two radio channels at a time, and extended message storage.

The Unication G1 is also well suited for those who work in multiple districts and want to monitor lots of radio channels on different bands with just one pager, he said.

Alland says fire chiefs also appreciate the voice memo feature, allowing them to dictate scene information for later reference, when a pen and paper aren't handy.

Unication plans to release the G3, its P25 digital and trunked version of the G1, by the end of the year.

 





Here is what the Town of Bunn 100 Centennial has going on in February!!
Get your ticket to the Centennial Steak dinner, Feb 8th at 6pm till 8pm, at Bunn Middle School.  Entertainment by Popular Springs Baptist Church.Tickets are $25.00 for two, $15.00 for one.Tickets are on sale at Bunn town Hall and We are only going to sell limited number of tickets
Here is what the Town of Bunn 100 Centennial has going on in February!! Get your ticket to the Centennial Steak dinner, Feb 8th at 6pm till 8pm, at Bunn Middle School.  Entertainment by Popular Springs Baptist Church.Tickets are $25.00 for two, $15.00 for one.Tickets are on sale at Bunn town Hall and We are only going to sell limited number of tickets

WatchDog Features

*  2-Tone Voice Coding Format

*  IP66 Certified

*  1,2,or up to 5 Selectable Channels

*  15 Addresses per Channel

*  Fully Synthesized

*  Wideband and True Narrowband Models

*  16 Character True Alphanumeric Display

*  4 Minutes of Stored Voice

*  5 Year Warranty

*  Built in the USA



The USAlert WatchDog is a 2-Tone Voice pager specifically developed for the public safety market to alert firemen and other emergency personnel monitoring or responding to time critical emergency situations. Operational in the VHF and UHF frequency bands, the pager is fully synthesized and comes in both wideband and true narrowband models. With separate receiver boards for wideband and narrowband operation, the pager is not only narrowband capable, it is narrowband compliant. WatchDog models can be programmed for 1, 2, or up to 5 selectable channel frequencies with 4 minutes of Stored Voice optional. 15 individual addresses are available on each channel, 10 standard 2-Tone addresses and 5 long tone addresses.

The pager is designed for harsh and rugged environments, has a very loud and clear audio output, and is easy to operate. Holding an IP66 certification, the highest IP rated pager on the market today, the WatchDog is protected against dust and high pressure jets of water from all directions.

The WatchDog pager ships with “AAA” sized rechargeable NiMH batteries and a charger. Standard “AAA” Alkaline batteries can also be used with this product if desired. A battery charger with an antenna to extend the range of message reception is available as an option. All pagers come with an exceptional 5 year warranty and are built in the USA. A free 30 day demo unit is available upon request.


WATCHDOG PAGER CONTROLS AND FUNCTIONS

On / Off and Volume Control
The On / Off Volume Control is located on the top of the pager and allows turning the pager on or off. The control also provides a continuous adjustment for the audio and alert levels, providing the alert is not programmed for the maximum volume setting.


3-Position Function Switch
The 3-Position Function Switch is located on the top of the pager in the center. Each position can be individually programmed for the desired channel and type of alerting. Scan is only selectable in switch position two.


Reset Button
The Reset Button is located on the top of the pager and is typically used to reset the audio and put the pager back into the standby mode. It can also be used to place the pager into the “quick monitor” or “audio lock on” mode of operation. Depress the reset button and release in less than .75 seconds and the pager will return to the standby mode. Press and hold for .75 but less than 1.5 seconds and the pager will enter monitor mode. Press for more than 1.5 seconds and the audio will lock on and remain on continuously until reset.


LCD Display
The WatchDog pager incorporates a 16 character true alphanumeric front panel display. One display function provides personalized start up screen text that can be customized in the WatchDog programmer. There is also a provision to add standby screen text if desired.

Additionally, the WatchDog pager will display TEXT assigned to an address, date and time that an alert was received, and the sequence number of the message.

The WatchDog also allows programming special text in the code plug programmer of up to 14 characters to be displayed when that address has been alerted. The display will alternately show the pre-programmed text, then the alert number with date and time stamp.


Front Control Buttons
There are three buttons located on the front of the pager. The far left button provides entry into the pagers menu and controls advancing thru the menu in a forward direction. The center button also provides entry into the pagers menu and controls advancing thru the menu in a reverse direction. The right button provides the playback function for models with voice memory and the select function if any item needs to be changed as s elected in the pagers menu.


Voice Memory Playback
WatchDog models with voice memory can dynamically record up to 4 minutes of messages. Messages can be played back using the right button to initiate play back and then using the left and center buttons to select which message to replay. If no messages are stored, the display will show “NO VOICE MESSAGE”.

Stored messages are retained in memory even if the pager is powered off or the batteries removed. Messages can be deleted individually or all at one time. A message can also be protected from accidental removal by using the “Protect Message” feature.


WatchDog Scan Operation
The WatchDog pager has three types of scan, “Priority Scan”, “Selective Call Scan”, and “Channel Scan”. To enable any scanning feature, position 2 of the 3-Position Function Switch must be programmed to the “Scan” setting.

2-Channel WatchDog models can be setup to scan between frequency 1 (F1) and frequency 2 (F2). 5-Channel WatchDog models can be setup to scan between frequency 1 (F1) and up to four other channels with the channel being monitored designated as (F2). Enabling up to four channels for (F2) operation is performed in the WatchDog programming software. Changing which channel is designated as (F1) and which is (F2) is accomplished through the three front panel buttons of the pager and the menu items shown in the LCD display. With the latest version of the WatchDog firmware, all enabled channels can be scanned, regardless of which channel is designated as (F2).

If “Priority Scan” is selected, the WatchDog pager will alternately search from (F1) to (F2) looking for the presence of a carrier. Alerting can only occur on the priority channel (F1). If channel activity is detected on (F2), the WatchDog pager will process voice on (F2) and periodically scan back to (F1) looking for the presence of a carrier.

The “Selective Call Scan” mode allows the WatchDog to silently scan from channel to channel looking for address tones. The pager will only open the audio path based on detection of an address and not just channel activity. If a proper address is detected, the WatchDog will alert and open the audio path for messaging.

“Channel Scan” mode will alternately search from (F1) to (F2) looking for the presence of carrier. The primary function of “Channel Scan” is to allow monitoring any activity on either channel. Only one channel can be actively monitored at a time and no alerting can occur on either channel.



 

 



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2013 UPCOMING EVENTS

April  19 & 20 Antique Farm Show

May 11
Pilot City Limits

May 18 Beach Music at the Creek

June 22 Carolina Country Jam with JMC

June 29 Jackson’s Run Impact Weekend

August 17 Pilot Christian Youth Fest

Sept 7 Fall Beach Music Show

 



Join us November 3rd for the ShowHoHoDown!

We're celebrating Bob's 20th Anniversary with a big party that only the Showgram could throw!

We'll have Beer, Bands, BBQ, and a Bonfire! Enjoy music from the Chris Hendricks Band, Jason Adamo, Eric Strickland and the B Sides and more!


Where: Norris Creek Outdoor Entertainment Complex

When: Saturday, November 3, 2012

Times: Parking - 4pm; Gates - 5pm; Live Music 6-11pm

Cost: $20 per parking pass. Good for 1 vehicle. Cash only. Covers Parking & Entry Fee.

Other Info:

Must be 21 to drink. Beer & Wine available. $3 for 12oz. $6 for 24oz. $6 for wine.

No personal coolers or outside food permitted.

Food vendors will be on site. Info coming soon!

Blankets and chairs are welcome.

ATM will be available on site.

 



FCC Narrowbanding Mandate

Understanding FCC Narrowbanding Requirements

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) started the Narrowbanding proceedings, also known as Refarming, almost twenty years ago in an effort to promote more efficient spectrum use in the 150-174 MHz (VHF) and 421-512 MHz (UHF) Part 90 radio frequency bands (which include Business, Industrial, Education, Transportation, Public Safety, and State, Local, and Provincial Government two-way radio system licensees). The FCC has released numerous rulings during this time defining the requirements and mandating specific deadlines which you may need to take action on.

DA 11-1189
Released: July 13, 2011
PUBLIC NOTICE

What are the potential enforcement consequences to VHF/UHF licensees of failing to narrowband by January 1, 2013?

As of January 1, 2013, the Commission's rules will prohibit Industrial/Business and Public Safety Radio Pool licensees in the 150-174 MHz and 421-512 MHz bands from operating with wideband channels (unless their equipment meets the narrowband efficiency standard), even if the license still lists a wideband emission designator. Licensees operating in wideband mode after January 1, 2013 that have not received a waiver from the Commission extending the deadline will be in violation of these rules. Operation in violation of the Commission's rules may subject licensees to appropriate enforcement action, including admonishments, license revocation, and/or monetary forfeitures of up to $16,000 for each such violation or each day of a continuing violation and up to $112,500 for any single act or failure to act.11


 

 

Narrowband Capable Radios

Motorola Subscriber Radios and Stations Capable of Migrating to 12.5 kHz Efficiency

Portables:

  • APX 6000
  • APX 6000XE
  • APX 7000
  • APX 7000XE
  • BPR40
  • CP110
  • CP185
  • CP200
  • CP200·XLS
  • EX500
  • EX560·XLS
  • EX600·XLS
  • HT1250
  • HT1250·LS+
  • HT750
  • MT 1500
  • PR1500
  • PR400
  • PR860
  • VL50
  • XPR 6350
  • XPR 6550
  • XPR 6380
  • XPR 6580
  • XTS 1500
  • XTS 2500
  • XTS 4000
  • XTS 5000

Mobiles:

  • APX 6500
  • APX 7500
  • CDM1250
  • CDM1550
  • CDM1550·LS+
  • CDM750
  • CM200
  • CM300
  • PM1500
  • PM400
  • XPR 4350
  • XPR 4550
  • XPR 4380
  • XPR 4580
  • XTL 1500
  • XTL 2500
  • XTL 5000
  • XTL 5000 Consolette

Stations:

  • Quantar
  • MTR2000
  • MTR3000
  • XPR 8380
  • XPR8400

Pagers:

  • Advisor II
  • MINITOR V

DISCONTINUED Motorola Subscriber Radios and Stations that may be capable of Migrating to 12.5 kHz Efficiency.

Portables:

  • CP100
  • CP125
  • CP150
  • HT1000
  • HT1550 XLS
  • JT 1000
  • MT 2000
  • MTS 2000
  • ASTRO Saber
  • Spirit GT
  • SPIRIT M
  • XPR6300
  • XPR6500
  • XTS 3000
  • XTS 3500

Mobiles:

  • ASTRO Spectra Consolette
  • ASTRO Spectra
  • LCS 2000
  • MCS 2000
  • XPR4300
  • XPR4500

Note: The list of current and cancelled products may not be complete. Contact us for more information.

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Sheriff Jones names new command staff
As he was getting sworn in as the county’s new sheriff, Jerry Jones had already hit the ground running, instituting a new command staff.
Jack Joyner, Jones’ right hand man during his first tenure, was hired as the department’s chief deputy on Friday. 


 


 

 

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Responders engage in fiery competition
There were plenty of small blazes at the Louisburg Moose Lodge.
And there were plenty of firefighters and other emergency responders around.
But rather than douse the flames, they put chicken and pork on top, simmering them to perfection.
The result was the first United Way Siren Cook-off Contest, an event coordinated by Jeremy Neal that, at once, pitted the county’s emergency responders against each other and brought a community together. 

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KITCHEN VOLUNTEERS
Bunn Rescue Department won first place in BBQ pork, placed second in BBQ Chicken and Sauce. From left, back row, Randy Pearce, Scott Strickland, Carl Price, Jeff Whitley and Boston Pearce. Kneeling, from left, Joe Price and Shelia Strickland.

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Royale WInners
Lake Royale Police Chief Jarrett Umstead, left,  and Jack Gibbons show off their first-place awards for Chicken and Sauce.

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Cooking Cause. Lake Royale Police Chief Jarrett Umstead, right, and Jack Gibbons work to prepare their barbecue entry in the United Way Siren Cook Off Contest.




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Doing Grill A Justice
The cooking team from Justice Volunteer Fire Department display their awards for placing second in BBQ Pork and Cake. Justice also won the Community Support Award for most plate sales. 

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FIRED UP
Clockwise, from back row, Mike Collins, Lynn Arnold, Ethan Medlin and Brandon Arnold with Bunn Fire Department placed third in BBQ Pork and second in BBQ Chicken. 


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BELLY FULL
Franklin Regional Hospital President Jason Proctor, second from right, takes a breather between samples of BBQ chicken during the United Way Siren Cook-Off contest. From left, John May, Tony Tavera and Moon Mullins wait to judge the next entry. (Submitted photo) 


Editorial Cartoon: Dropped Service


United Way Siren Cook-Off Contest scheduled for Oct. 8
This is red hot news.
The call is going out to all Franklin County Rescue and Fire Agencies, Police Departments and the Sheriff’s Office – we want to see, and taste, your best cooking! As part of the 2011-12 United Way of Franklin County campaign, all the public servicemen and women are invited to participate in a collective cook-off on Oct. 8.


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County approves budget

Bunn Rescue & Ems is responsible for the medical care of the citizens in their district which is located in the southern part of Franklin County North Carolina  We are a non-profit organization. Our  members are dedicated volunteers that have put in numerous years of  training to become Medical Responders , Emergency Medical Technicians, EMT Intermediates &  EMT – Paramedics.

 

Mission Statement

 

Bunn Rescue & Ems will proudly educate the public towards prevention of medical emergencies that cause human suffering and death.  Bunn Rescue & Ems is  an organization  of  dedicated volunteers & professionals who are committed  to serving their community  . We will accomplish our mission through prevention  of  medical emergencies and other related  activities.

 

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