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January 29, 2005



Welcome to the Leonardtown Volunteer Rescue Squad Website.  As a 100% volunteer organization, we serve the citizens of the St. Mary's County seat.  Currently, we average 1800 calls per year with 4 ambulances, EMS Unit and Utility van.

GET INVOLVED!!!!!!! We have a strong need for new members, with a special need for immediate assistance on our daytime crews. Individuals, aged 16 and older, who are interested in providing a vital, yet personally rewarding, vounteer service to the citizens of Leonardtown and the surrounding communities are strongly encouraged to consider participation in our organization. If you have a penchant for helping others, a passion for supporting your community, are interested in improving your personal skills and abilities, and can find some time in your busy day to help, please contact our Membership Chairman at Membership@lvrs.org for more information. Please note that training is provided at no cost and the emergency care/medical knowledge you gain can be used throughout your lifetime.

Wine and Design Fundraiser

Leonardtown Volunteer Rescue Squad will be hosting a Wine and Design Fundraiser July 27 1:00 - 4:00. Cost is $55.00 There will be a chose of two paintings. Selection is made at time of payment. Event will be held at the rescue squad build 22855 Lawrence Ave. Leonardtown, MD.

Proceeds will go towards fundraising efforts to build a new Rescue Squad building. Open to the public. Must be registered to attend.

Sign up and Pay online at www.wineanddesignus.com/location/leonardtown and go to the calendar date and place in the comments box which painting you would like to do.

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LVRS Standbys during LVFD House Burn Evolution

Sunday June 29, members of LVRS provided a standby crew for Leonardtown, Hollywood and Valley Lee fire departments while they trained in a house burn evolution.

During the training evolutions there were no injuries to report.

*photos courtesy of EMT Megan Anderson*

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Leonardtown Rotary Club Donates Grant to LVRS

On April 24th, the Leonardtown Rotary Club had their weekly meeting at the St. Mary's Hospital Conference Room. This meeting was especially large, because they gave out grant funding to several different non-profit organizations.

The meeting began with an Invocation, followed by members placing $1 or more in a basket to tell the group what they "are happy about" for the day. A presentation was then by a foreign exchange student from Poland talking about the differences from the United States and Poland and gave us information on her country.

The last agenda item was the handing out of the grant funding to all of the non-prof ... (Full Story)

67th Annual Southern Maryland Volunter Fireman's Association Parade W/ the Budweiser Clydesdales

The Budweiser Clydesdales are in St Leonard! The Clydesdales will be participating in the Southern Maryland Fireman's Convention Parade on Sunday. They will be available for community viewing at the St Leonard Volunteer Fire Department this Wednesday and Thursday from 3-5 pm and this Saturday from 10 am - 2 pm. Also traveling with the Clydesdales is their sidekick Brewer the Dalmatian. Bring the family and your camera. Free hot dogs and sodas will be provided. SMVFA Parade will be held in Solomon's on Sunday April 27th starting at 1pm. Following the parade at the Solomon's Vol. Fire Departmen ... (Full Story)

LVRS practices our skills during a trauma drill

Ambulance dispatched and responding
Ambulance dispatched and responding
This past Tuesday evening April 1, we not only celebrated a few birthday's but we also practiced our skills during a trauma drill. Our training committee came up with 4 different scenario stations.

The first one was an injured subject that fell from a skateboard with a broken femur. The second scenario was an injured subject with a dislocated knee. The next station was a pre-teen who burned herself in the kitchen. And the forth scenario was a tib-fib injury from a fall off of a ladder.

We had great turnout of members for this drill and I think that everyone was able to ref ... (Full Story)

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