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Call Stats
Mon 2013 2014 2015
Jan 295 253 319
Feb 226 244 293
Mar 272 301 290
Apr 263 261 295
May 290 298 312
Jun 334 282
Jul 306 289
Aug 304 341
Sep 278 284
Oct 278 273
Nov 281 274
Dec 285 283
Total 3412 3383 1509



Visitors Today:
295

Visitors Since
January 30, 2007:
637,509

 


Congratulations to the Rappahannock EMS Council Regional Award Winners

President Carolyn Marsh , June 12

Congratulations to the Rappahannock EMS Council Regional Award Winners:

Chief Kim Madison was award the 2015 Regional Award for Outstanding Administrator

Spotsylvania Fire, Rescue and Emergency Services Agency was award the 2015 Regional Award for Outstanding EMS Agency

Dr. Coleen Rickabaugh was awarded the 2015 Regional Award for Outstanding EMS Physician.

These individuals will nowt move on ... (Full Story)


SVRS helps Walmart kick off the Children’s Miracle Network Fundraising Drive

Public Relations Officer David Beachboard, May 16

Dr. Bear and Sparky the firefighter teamed up to kick off the Children’s Miracle Network Fundraising Drive at the Southpoint Walmart on May 16th. At least 200 people toured the SVRS ambulance and SVFD Fire trucks. They went home with coloring books, kids’ helmets, first aid kits and brochures. It was a success!
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SVRS helps staff the Wounded Warriors of Virginia Benefit Event

Public Relations Officer David Beachboard, April 25

On April 25th, the Spotsylvania County Sheriff’s Office hosted a benefit for the Virginia Wounded Warrior Program. This benefit was held at the Spotsylvania Towne Centre. Businesses from around our community setup booths to help educate our veterans and general public of services that are available to them. All donations from the event were donated directly to the Virginia Wounded Warrior Program. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Career Day at Lee Hill Elementary School

Public Relations Officer David Beachboard, April 06

On April 3rd the Spotsylvania Volunteer Rescue Squad was invited to attend Career Day at Lee Hill Elementary School. We were able to provide two ambulances so that every class was able to learn about what we do. We gave demonstrations, answered questions and handed out first aid coloring books. Thanks to the members of SVRS who were able to take time out of their busy schedules to help with this event.

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Spring Craft & Vendor Show

Rescue Chief 2A Jim Lehnert, February 27

SVRS is pleased to announce the Spring Craft & Vendor show, to be held on March 28'th from 9 AM to 3 PM. The show will be held at Spotsylvania Fire/Rescue Station 1. Entry is $2 per person (children under 5 are free). For more information, email Kim at basetwinkie@gmail.com... (Full Story)


Fawn Lake Shredathon

Public Relations Officer Charles Duckett, January 31

On January 31st the Spotsylvania Volunteer Rescue Squad participated in the Fawn Lake Shredathon, where we set up a recruitment table, gave community tours of the ambulance and our equipment. The amount of support form the public was overwhelming. Special thanks to Steve McNamara and Dean French for their support and help making this event successful. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Amublance 2-1 in front of the Fawn Lake Country Club
Amublance 2-1 in front of the Fawn Lake Country Club

Parade Line Up
Parade Line Up

Spotsylvania Christmas Parade

Public Relations Officer Charles Duckett, December 13

Siren's, Lights and a Smile. On December 13th the Spotsylvania Volunteer Rescue Squad attended the Spotsylvania Christmas Parade held in the Courthouse area. The public had the opportunity to see the vehicles and more importantly the professionalism we operate on every call within the county. Kids and Parents alike where overjoyed to see the lights and the hear the siren as we ushered Santa on his ... (Full Story & Photos)

Always There to Help

Rescue Chief 2 Kristyn DeCaprio, December 12

The members of Spotsylvania Volunteer Rescue Squad are there to answer the call whether on or off duty and whether on land or at sea.
Recently, one of our members did just that while on holiday. EMT-E Steve McNamara was on vacation and enjoying a cruise when he heard "Alpha Alpha Alpha" broadcast. The location was close to him, so he responded. When he arrived, he found a 76 year old male who was ... (Full Story)



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