Bristol-Norfolk Medical Reserve Corps, Inc.
Serving the Communities of

Attleboro  -  Foxborough  -  Mansfield

North Attleboro  -  Norton  -  Plainville  -  Rehoboth  -  Seekonk

 MRC Trailer Emergency Dispensing Site Sheltering Functional Drill

Volunteers are ready to respond!

 20+ Volunteers participated in the MRC Trailer mobilization and demobilization Emergency Dispensing Site (EDS)/Sheltering functional drill held at the Plainville Park Department on August 19, 2017. 


Additional Information

Mel  was a World War II U.S. Army veteran, serving in Europe, attaining the rank of sergeant.

He is a retired Manufacturing Engineer at General Electric Co. Wiring Devices Department and taught plastic engineering courses at Brown University and Rhode Island State. After  retiring he was a Counselor for the  Small Business Administration’s SCORE organization and served as an arbitrator with the Better Business Bureau’s Auto-Line program.

Mel has been a Program Director at the North Attleboro Council on Aging and a volunteer at Sturdy Memorial Hospital. He is a member of the steering committee and web master for the Norton Institute for Continuing Education, Volunteer


In addition to volunteering he enjoys photography, computers and genealogy. 


Thanks Mel for your time and commitment.
Mel Korman has been a dedicated  volunteer with the Bristol-Norfolk MRC since 2008.  He has been managing our website and has continuously trained and volunteered with the MRC since the beginning. 


Volunteer Spotlight

Opiod Overdose

Candle Light Vigil
On April 26, 2017, over one hundred people came together to hold a candle light vigil for those lives lost to substance use disorder.  MRC members offered assistance and support services leading up to and during the vigil
MRC Lecture
Norton Board of Health Staff
and
Bristol-Norfolk MRC volunteers

 Ice Storms 2008
Worcester, MA

Our Volunteers were there to help!

At the onset of the ice storm, the Worcester Regional MRC called out to their volunteers and only about 9 out of over 1,400 volunteers were able to respond with availability.  Worcester volunteers were taking care of their families.  This demonstrated the urgent need for mutual aid from other MRC’s in the state.  We know that if our region has need, the Worcester Regional MRC will be willing to help us .