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Disaster Preparedness Month

September is National Disaster Preparedness Month. This September, National Preparedness Month (NPM) will focus on planning, with an overarching theme “Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You Can.” We should all take action to prepare! We are all able to help first responders in our community by training how to

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Brian Wears Pink

No one should have to face a breast cancer diagnosis alone. This is why I have joined the American Cancer Society in support of their lifesaving work by becoming a candidate in their Real Men Wear Pink campaign. As a candidate, I am committed to raising awareness

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First Responders Back Pack Challenge

  Community Ambulance is challenging the public and other first responders to donate a backpack filled with school supplies. These supplies will be donated to help homeless youth, children in foster care and children fighting cancer. We are partnering with GiveTribe, Project 150 and Candlelighters to get

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Community Ambulance Quarterly Open House and Blood Drive.

Come join Community Ambulance for our quarterly Blood Drive and Open House!! We are hosting a public blood drive, partnering with American Red Cross. Bring the whole family!! There will be snacks, movies and ambulance tours for children while parents give blood. Every donor receives a goody

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HIDDEN BACKYARD POISONS

Now that the weather is warming up, more families and children are spending time outside and in the backyard. There are many hidden poisons right in front of us that we don’t even realize are dangerous. Here is a list of the most common backyard poisons:  

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Vial of Life

  People find themselves in emergencies that make it difficult to think straight. At these times, all emergency personnel who are trying to help you need to know many things about you – especially if you have a complex medical history. They would love to know: Who

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FEBRUARY IS NATIONAL HEART HEALTH MONTH

February is National Heart Health Month.   Here is information on Heart Disease, what it is and how to reduce your chance of getting it: Heart Disease (including Coronary Heart disease, Hypertension and Stroke) is the #1 killer in the U.S. It is also a major cause

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Burn Awareness Week Facts: Fireworks

  DO Consider safer alternatives such as glow sticks, confetti poppers or colored streamers Observe your local & state laws Have a designated sober adult light all legal fireworks Light one firework at a time & move away quickly Keep children and other observers at a safe

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Burn Awareness Week: Common Causes of Burns

HOUSEHOLD CHEMICALS: Not all burns are caused by fire! They can also be caused by common household products like cleaners, weed killers and pool chemicals. Keep these locked away and out of reach of children!       HOT LIQUIDS AND STEAM Not all burns are caused

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Burn Awareness Week Facts: Cooking Safety for Older Adults

DO Use oven mitts, not towels, to handle hot pots and pans Use caution when cooking with grease – keep burner on a low to medium setting and keep a pan lid in reach Make sure smoke alarms are in place on each level of your home

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