Southern Arizona Rescue Association

Mission Statement: SARA is a volunteer search and rescue organization serving all of Southern Arizona since 1958. All of its members from the president to the newest candidate are volunteers from all walks of life who give freely of their time and enthusiasm to provide what they consider to be a vital service to the people of Southern Arizona. We have no paid staff. SARA members have extensive training and expertise in all aspects of search and rescue work including: wilderness search, high-angle and technical rescue, confined space (cave and mine) rescue, swift water rescue, and outdoor safety education.
Contact Name: John Perchorowicz
Title: Member/Public Information Officer
Address: PO Box 12892
City: Tucson
State: AZ
Zipcode: 85732
Daytime Phone: 5209041111
Signature Event Name: Search and Rescue Open House Celebrating 60 Years of Volunteer Search and Rescue in Southern Arizona
Date: 11/18/2018
Time: 1 – 5 PM
Place: 5990 N Sabino Canyon Road
Price: No charge

About Us

Tucson Lifestyle Magazine is Tucson's only glossy, monthly city magazine, targeting Southern Arizona’s affluent residents. With over 35 years of publishing experience, Tucson Lifestyle is committed to showcasing the people, places, local flavors, and attractions that make our city unique.

General Information

Phone: 520-721-2929 x 102
Address: 7000 E Tanque Verde Rd # 11,
Tucson, AZ 85715

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