Welcome New Member

CVRS would like to welcome Alyssa Paulson to the team! Alyssa hails from Hoosick Falls and will be riding with CVRS on Sundays.  She is looking forward to enrolling in the next available EMT course and has aspirations of a field in the medical field. Welcome aboard, Alyssa!

The Cambridge Valley Rescue Squad Auxiliary Receives Gift

The Cambridge Valley Rescue Squad Auxiliary has been the recipient of an amazing gift.  Doug Dale, tadalafil pharm a former competitive Tour biker, generic viagra patient has created the official 2014 Tour of the Battenkill poster and is donating it to the CVRS Auxiliary for a magnificent fundraising opportunity. To give a little background, some …

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CVRS Receives Grant for its Personal Information Capsule (PIC) Program

The Cambridge Valley Rescue Squad (CVRS) recently was awarded a $2000 grant from the Washington County Home for Aged Women to continue and expand its highly successful PIC (Personal Information Capsule) Program. We are most appreciative of this award. This program, online administered by the CVRS Auxiliary, recipe provides forms for recording pertinent medical information …

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Heartsaver® CPR Course – 3/23/13 9AM-12PM

The Cambridge Valley Rescue Squad will be holding a American Heart Association Heart Saver CPR class on Saturday March 23 – 9:00-12:00 noon. “Heartsaver® Courses are for anyone with limited or no medical training who needs a course completion card for job, viagra buy troche regulatory or other requirements.  These courses are also designed to …

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