Nicola Valley Search and Rescue hosting an open house and info session tonight with the hope of attracting new members.
Manager Lynne Broekhuzien says they hope to add to the current 35 full-time members.
"Come out and look at what we do. Take a peak at our new headquarters, and speak to members. There will also be a rope rescue demonstration planned."
You need to be physically fit, but not necessarily outdoorsy.
"You don't necessarily need to go out on searches. We also need people to help with mapping, logistics and radio, and other things like that. So, there are a variety of roles to fill."
Tonight's open house starts at 6pm, at the Nicola Valley Search and Rescue airport compound.
Broekhuizen says new members with snow mobiles, ATVS, and a Class 1 driver's license are particularly needed.
Accident closing the Coquihalla southbound between Kamloops and Merritt.
Kamloops RCMP S/Sgt Doug Aird says fortunately there were no injuries as a result of a two-vehicle accident that occurred around 8:30am.
"Two vehicle, both travelling northbound at the time, collided. The one vehicle ran into the back of the other. One vehicle is totaled because of the collision. No injuries fortunately, but Kamloops Fire and ambulance were on scene for a while.
Aird says road conditions played a factor in the crash, as roughly 10cm of snow has fallen on the stretch of highway since last night.