OPEN HOUSE

On Saturday May 20, the Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad opened its doors to family, friends and members of the local community to visit the squad and take a closer look at the facility, equipment and training required to provide emergency medical services. Children of all ages participated in ambulance tours, first aid and CPR demonstrations, and the 911 simulator. Carnival food, a magic show and raffles rounded out the day’s activites. Special thanks to the squad auxiliary, the Loudoun Medical Reserve Corps and “Heritage” the Loudoun County Sheriffs Office K9 bomb detection dog.

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