The Freehold First Aid Auxiliary will be hosting a pancake breakfast with the Easter Bunny to raise funds for its organization supporting the town’s first responders. In addition, the squad’s cadets will be holding their annual Easter flower sale.
Freehold First Aid & Emergency Squad
Thursday, March 28, 2013
Wednesday, April 18, 2012
Councilwoman Sharon Shutzer shares how a personal experience with the squad reminded her of their importance.
As is so often the case, we do not realize the true value of something until we need it or until we lose it. I have always held the Freehold First Aid Squad in the highest regard: my husband and I always send checks during the annual fund drives, we always put signs in our yard urging other to donate money, and I always say all of the right words when publicly extolling the squad. It was not, however, until I watched the squad members help save my husband’s life that I fully realized the worth of these individuals who unselfishly volunteer their time and their knowledge to serve the residents of the Freeholds. To see these dedicated and caring individuals come into a home and take over the care of a loved one is truly awe inspiring. It …
Friday, April 6, 2012
The Freehold First Aid Fundraising Committee raised the money at the Life Support Boutique and Gift Auction.
The Freehold First Aid received a really large $8,000 check to at their meeting on Thursday night. “The Squad, which is all-volunteer, was overwhelmed with the amount of the check,” said Judi Guy, chair of the Freehold First Aid Fundraising Committee. The Freehold First Aid Fundraising Committee raised this money through their Life Support Boutique and Gift Auction on March 24 at the Park Avenue School. The original goal of the committee was $5,000. The event was born when Guy heard about decreasing amount of donations received by the organization. According to Guy, the First Aid used to raise money by going door-to-door soliciting funds. “Now, they just don't have the man-power, so they outsource their annual fund mailing and over the …
Tuesday, June 28, 2011
A list of five things you need to know Tuesday, June 28.
The National Weather Service forecast calls for a 30 percent chance of rain or thunderstorms Tuesday afternoon. Otherwise, Tuesday will be mostly sunny with a high near 82 degrees and an overnight low of 67. The Freehold First Aid & Emergency Squad is holding its annual fund drive during the month of June. Donations can be made to the organization’s Web site using PayPal or a credit card. Checks can be made payable to Freehold First Aid & Emergency Squad, Inc. and sent to 18 Spring St., Freehold. The squad is also accepting new members. Complete an online application for more information. St. Rose of Lima Religious Education Department needs teachers and aides for the 2011-2012 school year for the times: Tuesdays from 4:15 p.m. to 5:30 p.m…
Wednesday, May 18, 2011
A list of five things you need to know Wedneday, May 18.
No, the rain isn’t going away—not for the next few days, at least. The National Weather Forecast calls for showers Wednesday and possibly a thunderstorm. Winds will be about 15 mph, with gusts as high as 28 mph. The day’s high will be 67 degrees and the overnight low will be 59. The Freehold First Aid & Emergency Squad has unveiled a new Web site in time for the organization’s June fund drive. The site allows visitors to donate using PayPal or a credit card. The squad can also accept membership applications through the new site. Freehold First Aid & Emergency Squad Trustee Bill Madden said the group has already received 10 applications through the online form. If you would like to donate to the squad through the mail, you can send your …