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
Sept 1658 Sep 1316 Sep 1150 Sep 1041
Oct 1731 Oct 1081 Oct 1083 Oct 812
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 1783 Jan 1730
Feb 1347 Feb 1497
Mar 1685 Mar 1781
April - 1185 Apr 1268
May 1397 May 1577
June 1602 June 1442
July 1508 July 1851
Aug 1393 Aug 2042
Sept 1658
Oct 1731
Nov 1755
Dec 1833
Year 2019 Year 2018
17507
Total 17507

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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
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By Vice President Chris Schoon
October 9, 2018

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
“Far too many women, 1 in 8 to be precise, are diagnosed with breast cancer. Thanks to earlier detection – through screening and increased awareness – and better treatments, a woman’s risk of dying from breast cancer has dropped almost 40 percent between 1989 and 2015, saving 322,000 lives.”
This statistic is from the Women’s Health Network. I am one of those eight. After surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation treatment I celebrated 8 years remission this summer. Stafford County Fire and Rescue will be wearing pink shirts this month to remind the community of this dreadful disease. As with any disease early awareness, testing, mammograms are essential for a good outcome. Talk to your doctor.
Squad news: Congratulations to Baileigh McBride who passed the National Registry EMT exam. Baileigh is a junior in high school and spent over 200 hours running emergency calls on the ambulance this summer. How did you spend your summer vacation?
Our Treasurer/Admin Lt. Jeff Walker completed and passed testing for Advanced EMT(A-EMT) this summer. Jeff completed the 6 week course while working full-time and keeping up with he duties as a squad officer. Hats off to both of them!
Squad members have been increasing the number of hours served July was over 1800 hours and August went over 2000. Great job! Great Teamwork!


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