Aquia Harbour Volunteer Rescue Squad

 

2018 volunteer Hours
Jan 1730 Jan 1263 Jan 1032 Jan 744
Feb 1497 Feb 1324 Feb 996 Feb 563
Mar 1781 Mar 1649 Mar 899 Mar 822
Apr 1268 Apr 1460 Apr 879 Apr 678
May 1577 May 1317 May 867 May 524
June 1442 June 1348 Jun 1065 Jun 1036
July 1851 July 1355 Jul 1115 Jul 614
Aug 2042 Aug 1043 Aug 1237 Aug 463
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Nov 1755 Nov 1505 Nov 915 Nov 809
Dec 1833 Dec 1469 Dec 1244 Dec 619
Year 2018 Year 2017 Year 2016 Year 2015
17507 16130 12482 8714
17507 16130 12482 8714

2019 Volunteer Hours
Jan Jan 1730 Jan 1263 Jan 1032
Feb Feb 1497 Feb 1324 Feb 996
Mar 1685 Mar 1781 Mar 1649 Mar 899
April - 1185 Apr 1268 Apr 1460 Apr 879
May 1397 May 1577 May 1317 May 867
June 1442 June 1348 June 1065
July 1851 July 1355 July 1115
Aug 2042 Aug 1043 Aug 1237
Sept 1658 Sept 1316 Sept 1150
Oct 1731 Oct 1081 Oct 1083
Nov 1755 Nov 1505 Nov 915
Dec 1833 Dec 1469 Dec 619
Year 2019 Year 2018 Year 2017 Year 2016
17507 16130 12482
Total 17507    

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Squad Anniversary 1989-2019
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By President Chris Schoon
May 12, 2019

Celebrating 30 years of Service 1989-2019

Thirty years of service. During this time the Squad not only responded to 911 emergency calls but also had held many community safety events. CPR and First Aid classes started about 1994, when our first instructors were certified by American Heart Association. “Our Save Your Heart For Love”, first aid mini course for children 5-12 ran until just a few years ago. Tours and demos still occur for Scouting groups several times a year. Our bike helmet fitting program started with a grant from the Virginia Office of Emergency Services. The program continues and has grown to over 400 helmets being fitted on children (free of charge) at National Night Out (NNO). The Squad’s involvement with NNO began when Paramedic Patricia Copeland organized the event with the Sheriff’s department. You are likely to see one of our crew on stand-by at the high school football games. The squad has attended many a church fair/picnic/health fair; checking blood pressures, conducting ambulance tours and distributing safety information.
Safety Check
While driving back form a soccer game last week, I noticed several walkers and runners exercising in black/gray clothing. NO reflective gear or striping. No lights. It was only after I had passed., that I realized they were there. This happens a lot in the Harbour. YOU may be driving along and around the next curve there is someone walking dressed in black. This is so dangerous and without sidewalks in the it can be frightening for both the pedestrian and the driver.
So please wear reflective clothing if you are out exercising on our roads for everyone’s safety.
Thank you for your support. View our website at www.ahvrs.org


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