Mechanicsville Volunteer Rescue Squad, Inc.
Mechanicsville Volunteer Rescue Squad
                  










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2016
January 174
February 158
March 221
April 199
May 171
June 196
July 205
August 184
September 130

2016 1638
2015 2164
2014 1950
2013 2203
2012 2216
2011 2236
2010 2002
2009 2114


Today1,412
Total1,639,729
Since March 9, 2009

 
Member of the Month for August

August 20 - Our much deserved Member of the Month for August is Becky Brennan. She was chosen for her extraordinary dedication in helping MVRS in many areas of need including spearheading the work on new equipment and ID program for our members. She also has been diligent in helping get ambulances out on the road, driving to and from many calls, often at the last minute she can be found filling in open spots. She has a background in volunteering with a Baltimore based advocacy organization that provides services to victims of domestic minor sex trafficking and joined Mechanicsville Volunteer Rescue Squad with a unique purpose. "I wanted to know the level of responsibility held by first responders and emergency room personnel to these victims and how we can better serve [them]."

Becky joined MVRS in January of 2015 and within her first year earned her Nationally Registered Emergency Medical Technician license and certification along with Maryland and DC license and completing an Emergency Vehicle Operations Course, (EVOC) to become an active driver.

In her limited spare time she enjoys sailing and has even owned sailboats in the past. She is also working on mastering the sport of archery and loves hiking and traveling. As additional fun she can also be found sharpening her photography skills as one of her best friend's personal paparazzi.

She is currently a full time Training Specialist for NAVAIR heading and assisting with multiple projects to ensure seamless functionality within programs. She is also a recent part-time hire with American Medical Response (AMR) as an EMT.

Some of her longterm goals in the field of EMS include obtaining her IV- Tech certification, Driver Trainer and Field Training Coach. One of her favorite things about being a volunteer in the EMS field is making her spare time matter. By helping, engaging and interacting with members of the community that otherwise she would never have a chance to meet.



Member of the Month for July

July 20 - Our member of the month is Tyler McAuley and he was chosen for his extreme dedication to Mechanicsville Volunteer Rescue Squad. Tyler goes above and beyond when it comes to answering the calls for help. Tyler came to MVRS in April 2013 as an associate member looking to gain more experience. He was originally a member for five years at Dentsville Volunteer Rescue Squad.

He earned his Maryland Emergency Medical Technician in 2014 and when he turned 18 years old he became a full active member with MVRS. Tyler is also trained in CPR, Firefighter 1, Hazardous Materials Operations, Rescue T ... (Full Story)

Auxiliary Yard Sale

June 25 - The MVRS Auxiliary will be having a Yard Sale, June 25th from 7:00 am - 11:00 am. If you would like to rent a table or have donations please call 301-884-4108. No clothing, exercise equip. or mattresses.

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Screen on the Green - Finding Nemo

June 22 - Or next Screen on the Green featuring Finding Nemo will be on Saturday July 23. Doors open at 7:30 and the movie will start about 8:30. Bring your chairs and/or blankets. Concessions will be for sale on site. This event is free to attend, however donations are gladly accepted. If bad weather happens we will show the movie indoors.

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Member of the Month for June

June 16 - Ethan Gwartney was chosen as our Member of the Month and was selected for his initiative and willingness to help. Whether it's assisting other members around the station or eagerly filling in on crews, Ethan's there to lend a hand.

He joined the squad in 2012 and earned his certifications as an EMT-B, Firefighter 1, & 2 as well as Hazmat Operations and Rescue Technician. Ethan says the major deciding factor for him joining the rescue squad was, "to help my community and to make a difference." He enjoys seeing the positive affects he has on the people he meets and he loves his "second family" that he has gained from the squad.

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Mechanicsville Volunteer Rescue Squad
28120 Old Flora Corner Road
POB 15
Mechanicsville, MD 20659
301-884-2900

DUNS: 809636090
CAGE CODE: 6VW98



Mechanicsville Volunteer Rescue Squad, Inc.

28120 Old Flora Corner Road
P.O. Box 15
Mechanicsville, MD 20659
301-884-2900
   Copyright © 2016    DUNS: 078178709 / CAGE CODE: 6VW98