For all others, contact your local ambulance, fire or rescue squad for information - they, and you, will be glad you did.
"I'm Only ONE Person in a Town of Thousands"
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CAN YOU SPARE AN HOUR?
Everyone is pressed for time. With family, work, and other obligations, you probably feel you don't have time to volunteer. What if everyone felt that way? What if we felt that way? The members of the ambulance squad have families, work, and other obligations too. We still find the time to train, to practice and to respond when called. There is always time to do the important things. We don't all respond to every call (we typically run with a minimum of 3 members) - we do what we can when we can. Your help is needed, so that someone will always be there when there is a call for help
Most of our ambulance calls take about an hour and a half. Can you occasionally spare that much time out of your day to help your neighbors? We need drivers as well as EMTs.
Come and talk to us - our meetings are 7:30 PM the third Wednesday of every month, at the Township building complex where we house our ambulance - or contact any member.
Top 10 Reasons We Get For Not Volunteering
Sound Like Excuses To You?