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PIER TEAM


In January, 2002, MCR formed a PIER (Public Information and Education Relations) team.  This team is responsible for informing the public on issues relative to Public Safety and EMS/Rescue.  The committee visits local schools and churches, and also participates in community events, informing Marlboro County residents about issues in Public Safety.  PIER team pictures will be posted below as they become available.


First Aid Class Presented at High School

   

PRESS RELEASE

Marlboro County Rescue Squad members Dr. Kevin Jasinski and David Flowers were among those who presented classes during the Marlboro County Schools Staff Development Day.  On Friday, February 17th, two, ninety-minute first aid presentations were made by Jasinski and Flowers to a total of 45 school employees.  The PowerPoint presentations covered over 20 topics, some with “hands on” demonstrations.  The topics ranged from the “A,B,C’s” of C.P.R.,  asthma and allergic reactions, diabetic emergencies, bleeding control, fractures, burns, and seizures.  Numerous pieces of equipment from the ambulance were also on display. Each participant in the two presentations received a 40 page Emergency Care Flip Chart as well as a Johnson & Johnson First Aid Kit. Dr. Kevin Jasinski says that “he was extremely pleased with the attention and interest shown by the school employees that took these classes.  Each is now better trained to handle any emergency that their students may have during the school day”.  Both presenters have volunteered in the E.M.S. setting since the early 1980’s, and have over fifty years of combined experience. 


 

 


 

Buckle Up America link    Child Passenger Safety link    Child Safety Seat Inspections Stations

 


 

Children Have An iDentity

 


 


MCRS personnel joined forces with the Bennettsville Police Department and Bennettsville Fire Department on Tuesday April 22, 2003, in presenting the Nationally Acclaimed "Every 15 Minutes" Program at the Marlboro County High School.  The Program teaches High School age kids about the dangers of driving while impaired, and informs the audience that someone is killed by a drunk driver "Every 15 Minutes".


 


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Pictures from the "Every 15 Minutes" program at Marlboro County High School.  MCRS Personnel participating in the program were Greg Boan, Shawn Crowley, Brent Steen, JoJo Turbeville, Michelle Herndon,  Olantha Jackson, Jody Hood, Kristy Sweatt, Cooper Lee, and Misti Hood.  Also participating as a victim, was MCRS Junior Member and Marlboro County High School student Whitney Wilkes.  Thanks to everyone for helping to make the program a success.
   

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These pictures are from a visit to Blenheim Primary School.  MCRS members Jody Hood and Michelle Herndon spoke to the students and allowed them a tour of the ambulance and a demonstration of equipment.

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The following pictures were taken during a recent visit to the Bennettsville Primary School.  MCRS Representatives Jody Hood, Deana Steen, and Robbie Tryon visited the school.

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This web site was last updated on   7/17/09    12:15PM