Aquia Harbour Volunteer Rescue Squad

 

2018 volunteer Hours
Jan 1730 Jan 1263 Jan 1032 Jan 744
Feb 1497 Feb 1324 Feb 996 Feb 563
Mar 1781 Mar 1649 Mar 899 Mar 822
Apr 1268 Apr 1460 Apr 879 Apr 678
May 1577 May 1317 May 867 May 524
June 1442 June 1348 Jun 1065 Jun 1036
July 1851 July 1355 Jul 1115 Jul 614
Aug 2042 Aug 1043 Aug 1237 Aug 463
Sept 1658 Sep 1316 Sep 1150 Sep 1041
Oct 1731 Oct 1081 Oct 1083 Oct 812
Nov 1755 Nov 1505 Nov 915 Nov 809
Dec 1833 Dec 1469 Dec 1244 Dec 619
Year 2018 Year 2017 Year 2016 Year 2015
17507 16130 12482 8714
17507 16130 12482 8714

2019- 2022 Volunteer Hours
Jan 1812 Jan 1783
Feb 1930 Feb 1347
Mar 1048 Mar 1685
Apr 1158 April 1185
May May 1397
June 1156 June 1602
July 1269 July 1508
Aug 1514 Aug 1393
Sept Sept 1153
Oct Oct 1535
Nov Nov 1535
Dec Dec 1512
Year 2020 Year 2019
16090

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February 13, 2009
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Visitors Today
Sep 30, 2020
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Welcome to the Official Website for the Aquia Harbour Volunteer Rescue Squad

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Final Salute to Life Member

Vice President Chris Schoon, September 12

It is with great sadness that I am reporting on the loss of one of the Squad’s Life members.
Robert “Bob” Holcombe died on September 6th 2020 surrounded by his family. Bob joined the Aquia Harbour Volunteer Rescue squad in March 2006. He earned his Emergency Medical Technician certification and also became a driver completing the Emergency Vehicle Operator’s Course. His wife Laurie and daughter Janis ... (Full Story & Photos)

Robert "Bob" Holcombe
Robert "Bob" Holcombe

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Sean Lunn, Paramedic, Training Sgt.
Sean Lunn, Paramedic, Training Sgt.

Congratulations!

Vice President Chris Schoon, September 05

Congratulations are in order for a few of our members. Even during this pandemic time, they have been
able to complete their EMS certifications.
Junior member Jonathan Krob received his EMT -Basic certification. Jonathan is a Senior at Mountain
View High School.
Luke Shelton earned his EMT – Basic this Spring and completed the probationary requirements and was
released as an Attendant in Charge (AIC) ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Remember to call 911

Vice President Chris Schoon, August 05

Month 4 of COVID if you count from when restrictions started. While there has been an easing of these restrictions in the last few weeks, we cannot let our guard down. The virus is still with us. Stay safe and protect yourself and your family. Continue to wear the mask when you are going out and will be around others outside of your family, especially if you cannot socially distance yourself.
Did ... (Full Story & Photos)

Squad officers: Sean Lunn, Jeff Walker, Roxanne Dunn, 
back row: Angela Wilhelm, James Boswell, Kathy Webster
behind the camera: Chris Schoon
Squad officers: Sean Lunn, Jeff Walker, Roxanne Dunn, back row: Angela Wilhelm, James Boswell, Kathy Webster behind the camera: Chris Schoon

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Mental Health Awareness
Joanne
Mental Health Awareness Joanne

Stay Safe; Inside and Out

Vice President Chris Schoon, June 13

There has been a lot of changes in our daily lives these past few months. Stores closing or limited hours. Cinemas closed. No sporting events. No plays. Libraries closed. Cancelled church services.
But like the home page on the Rappahannock Area Community Services Board web site says: “Hope has not been canceled.”
There are signs of neighbor supporting neighbors all around us here is Aquia Harbour. ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Coping with Changing Times- Part II

Vice President Chris Schoon, April 25

Do you have your mask? Gloves?
It is the new normal, for whenever we go out.
If you need to call 911, if able please meet the first responders outside of you home.
They will ask to take your temperature. Be prepared to answer these questions: do you have a fever or cough?
Is the cough productive? Chills? Sore Throat? Any chest pain? Difficulty breathing? Abdominal/stomach pain?
Headache? Have ... (Full Story & Photos)

Hailey and  Angela
Hailey and Angela

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  Thirty Years of Service

 Aquia Harbour Volunteer Rescue Squad has been proudly serving the residents of

Stafford County since July 21st,1989.

Starting as a first response team in the Harbour, the squad quickly expanded and now serves over 18,000 homes. Our first due response area includes, Aquia Harbour, U.S. Route 1 south to Foreston Drive and north to Telegraph Road, west on Route 610 (Garrisonville Road) to Shelton Shop road including the subdivisions north and south of Rte. 610. Aquia Harbour Rescue is one of the busiest station in Stafford County with easy access to Route 1, I-95 and Garrisonville Road.

Our organization consists of EVOC certified drivers, EMT-Bs, EMT-Advanced, EMT-Intermediates, and Paramedics with a support group of administrative members. Our apparatus include Advanced Life Support (ALS) Ambulance, and Basic Life Support Ambulance (BLS), a Response Vehicle, and Fire Engine (Engine 9 is staffed by Stafford County Career Firefighters and Paramedics).

Rescue 9 stresses training, teamwork, and community service. Membership meetings are held at our training center located at 475 Aquia Towne Center Drive, Suite 109 in the Aquia Towne Center the 2nd Wednedsay of the month at 8:00 p.m. Monthly training is provided at the station or at the county public safety building for continuing education credit. Certification classes are paid for by the squad for our membership. Senior members mentor our newly certified EMTs to provide experience and knowledge that only comes with time. Yearly community events include "Save Your Heart for Love", a first aid mini course for children, EMS Week, Aquia Harbour's 4th of July Parade, National Night Out, and the International Fall Festvial at St William of York. Community First Aid, Babysitting and Community/Professional Rescue CPR/AED classes are held year round.

If you are interested in serving your community and volunteering at our station, Click on the "How to Join" button on the tool bar,  call the station at 540-658-5339 or email us at recruitment@ahvrs.org.  We look forward to meeting you!

Getting together is a start, remaining together is advancement, and  working together is an achievement.
 
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