Washington County Ambulance Service Receives Donation
Editor’s Note: This photo, originally published in the November 8, 2017 edition of The Nashville News, mistakenly had the accompanying story omitted. It is reprinted her in its entirety.
On October 30, 2017, the Kirchner Family of companies presented a check for $10,00.00 to the Washington County Ambulance Service.
In presenting this check, Andy Kirchner stated “It is our
hope that the residents and travelers through Washington County know that when the need arises for immediate medical attention, the Washington County Ambulance Service is ready and willing to respond. Similar to other Emergency Response entities; the Washington County Ambulance Services core purpose is to respond and assist when called upon. This is done day and night, in all weather conditions, throughout the county, all at a moment’s notice.”
“We hope that this Sponsorship can be used to enhance Emergency Responder Training and that this awareness can be conveyed to the residents and businesses in Washington County. Effective training and education encourages others to participate in even the most basic of first aid and responsiveness. We are fortunate to have an Emergency Response Agency such as the Washington County Ambulance Service and are proud to support the efforts of those highly trained individuals who are employed there.”