It's Election Time! Listed below are nominations for offices for PVRS for FY 15/16 Year.
President - Martha Chumney*
Vice President - Rene Holy*
Treasurer - Lynne Beach*
Secretary - Stephenie White*
Rescue Chief - Allen Beach*
Assistant Rescue Chief - William Gwynn*
Captain-Medical Officer - Jason Cox
Captain-Equipment Officer - James Babcock, Tony Knapke, Tyler Wenrich
Captain-Records - Kristy Pierpont*, Curtis Shepherd
We have received a number of requests for CPR classes. We do not teach CPR. Please visit our Links Gallery for links to:
American Red Cross & American Heart Association for information on CPR Classes.
EMS Management & Consultants, Inc.
P. O. Box 863
Lewisville, North Carolina 27023
Customer Service Line: 1-800-814-5339
Fax #: 1-336-766-6870
Patients can also go to emsbilling.info to add insurance information, make a payment or ask a question about a bill.
Revenue received from this billing goes directly to the County of Powhatan.
Each year in the fall, Powhatan Volunteer Rescue Squad, Inc. conducts a "picture" fund drive. A vendor contacts citizens on behalf of PVRS and solicits donations. These generous donations are used for specialized equipment, training and maintenance on squad owned property. In return each family receives a complementary family portrait.
Thank you for your continued support of your Volunteer Rescue Squad.
Please send donations to:
Powhatan Volunteer Rescue Squad, Inc.
P O Box 247
Powhatan, Virginia 23139-0247
The National Fire Protection Association and the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission recommend that consumers change the battery in smoke and carbon monoxide detectors when we change the clocks for Daylight Saving Time.
While you've got the ladder out to check your smoke detectors, why not change a bulb?
Switching to energy efficient bulbs in your ceiling fixtures could save you $30 a year per bulb on your electricity bill.
Energy efficient lighting is particularly important in the fall when Daylight Saving Time ends and the days are shorter.
The latest generation of energy-saving lighting includes compact fluorescent bulbs that fit in standard light sockets and provide pleasant, uniform light.
Low-energy halogen or LED lighting is also becoming widely available.