Tag: Safety

Spruce Creek Fly-In

Added on March 19, 2018

Spruce Creek Fly-In 7FL6 is home to approximately 438 aircraft including single and multi-engines, jets and helicopters, surrounded by over 1,300 homes, an airport restaurant, salon, commercial hangars and additional businesses. The newly updated Spruce Creek Country Club offers golf, sports, social and dining memberships. Country Club amenities include championship 18-hole golf course, lighted har-tru tennis courts, pickle ball, casual and fine dining, banquet facilities, fitness center, pool, children's summer camp and a large variety of social activities for both children and adults. The community features 24/7 roving security, river park, recreation areas for children, adults and four legged friends, common grounds and on-site property management. The airport boasts a newly paved 4000 x 176 paved runway with VASI lights, helicopter pad, fuel farm and various aviation businesses. This unique, Fly-In, gated, pet friendly, country club community is conveniently located 15 minutes from Daytona Beach and 1 hour from Orlando.  Contact the CoastWise team of Premier Sotheby's today to find your home or condominium in this diverse, vibrant community!


Spruce Creek Fly-In Community Emergency Response Team Training

Spruce Creek Fly-In Community Emergency Response Team Training

Added on October 24, 2016

The Spruce Creek Fly-In Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) participated in a three day training conference by the Florida CERT in Central Florida. There were 19 members who went through the rigorous basic training and three members that received additional advanced training.

The participants donate their time and energy to assist their community in the event a disaster occurs and first responders are not immediately available. In addition to basic skills and knowledge, members gained the important understanding of how crucial teamwork, communication and mindfulness are in preparing for emergencies.

Some of the training segments included how to safely extinguish small fires, medical aspects such as triage, treatment and transport. On the final day, a mock disaster was held at the Volusia County Fire Training Center where they put all the skills learned to valuable use.

The residents of Spruce Creek Fly-In are eternally grateful for this group of individuals who are present and ready to step in when the need arises. Little did they know when training concluded in late August, they would be called on to help the Community prepare for hurricane Matthew. Fortunately, we were spared the worst but this team made sure we were prepared on the front end and that we were safe after the fact. We owe this team our thanks and salute them.


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