HRS volunteers...take pride in the ability to provide advanced life support care and rescue services with the most current medical and rescue equipment.
Harrisonburg, VA (PRWEB) September 25, 2014
The Harrisonburg Rescue Squad (HRS), a 100% volunteer agency that responds to over 7,600 emergency calls for service per year, is delighted to be the beneficiary of the Denton Family Charitable Foundation’s 2014 Fall Golf Classic. The tournament is the primary fund raising event of the Denton Family Foundation and will take place on October 1st at the Lakeview Golf Club in Harrisonburg, VA.
HRS volunteers respond to an average of 21 calls per day and take pride in the ability to provide advanced life support care and rescue services with the most current medical/rescue equipment and training. Funds raised during the tournament will used to purchase a new cardiac monitor and defibrillator.
The Denton Foundation is currently accepting sponsors and team registrations for the tournament where golfers will enjoy lunch courtesy of Mr. J's Bagels, 18 holes of play, and a steak dinner reception and awards ceremony following the tournament. Sponsors may choose from five tiers, “Hole Sponsor” through “Platinum Sponsor,” or choose their own contribution amount. Teams may register online by September 30, 2014.
To learn more about the Fall Golf Classic or to register as a team or sponsor, visit http://www.dentonfamilyfoundation.net/fall-golf-classic/ before September 30th. To learn more about Harrisonburg Rescue Squad or becoming a member, visit http://www.rescue40.org.
About Harrisonburg Rescue Squad:
Harrisonburg Rescue Squad (Rescue 40) is an all-volunteer EMS agency that provides service to Harrisonburg and parts of Rockingham County. HRS owns and maintains a full fleet of ambulances, response vehicles, a Heavy Rescue Vehicle, and a Mass Casualty Incident Response Unit. HRS offers new member training, emergency driving certification, and many other EMS courses. Rescue 40 has over 140 active volunteer members and responds to over 7,600 calls-for-service per year. The volunteers take pride in the ability to provide extensive life-saving services to the local community.