PAGE EIGHT - f. GREATER GREECE PRESS yVEpNESDW 1977 Meet -ffm paramedics e f Greece television show—th a t's a.iri,, depending oh the Each of the three com- Medic 4, the new paramedic availability of itS 'th ree pleted-more than 1^0 hours Of service from Greece paramedics, frank Breunig training, as well as ad- of 23 Summer Lane, Douglas vanced first aid and Volunteer Ambulance of 23 Summer Lane, Douglas vance_ — Service, Inc. Ford of 119 V^illowbroolc emergency - technician's Road, and Anthony Kingsley certification. They are The first service of its kind of 1475 Latta Road. All are trained to administer drugs, start intraveinous solutions, and monitor a patient's Summer fun heart while in constant communications with Strong Memorial -HbspitaFs dpc- ine ureece summer time recreation person to patient does not Library Program will be help with storytelling during have to go to the Strong held at six district the 10:30 a.m. story hours Hospital to receive this elementary schools on six and other special activities service, successive Wednesdays, inside. All necessary equipment is from 9 a.m. - 12 noon, carried on the rig, a Dodge beginning July 6. Stationwagon donated by Schools participating this j II w u i w Trahsitown Dodge, courtesy year are English Vfllage, ?hp generd Lakeshore, West Ridge, re^stration manager. The paramedic cara ....... — with him\\ Paramedic Frank Breunig and Medic 4, which he shares with! PonglasTordand Anthony Kingsley. The unit is in service from 6p.m. to 6a.m. everyday. - , Parkland, Craig Hill and Buckman Heights. In. its fomth summer, the program provides a summer recreation program for young children. Each school will also have games and activities going on outside ah the time, a fuh- tajtes the wagon Witl Although August 10 is the long as he stays withm last official Wednesday for a Greece, and is. contacted by full program of activities, a pager when needed. Most Wednesday, August 17, has calls involve severe trauma, been set aside for the return trauma, bx e a t h i n g of any books' not brought problems, heart atthcks, and back before the close of the auto accidents, sessions. Scholarship winners named h e Community James Education Advisory Counch Ridgedale (CEAC) of Greece presented The alt€ Council the Greece Scholarship awards at its last meeting of the year on Monday, June 20, at Lakeshore School. F irst-place winners, receiving $500, included Laura Buonemani, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Buonemani, *70 Elsworth Drive, Arcadia; Catherine Eggers, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Eggers, 138 Brush HoUow Road, Athena; and Cathleon Schmitt, daughter of “Mr. and Mrs. Annual census The annual Greece Central school census will be con ducted between July 11 and August 5 this year. Thirty census takers will canvas all housdiolds within the district, asking for in formation on the numbers, ages and names of children in each household. Census takers wUl carry identification cards stating they are representatives of 'he Greece Central School District. Information from the state-mandated survey is used to project pupil enrollments. Schmitt, 292 temates, who will JUST ARRIVED VISTA 10-Speeds $99.35 Lugged Frame with Life Time Warrantee Suntour Derailleurs ^ SafetyLevefs IncItidM Set-up and 30-Oay Chccltup GREGOE 8ICYCLE S H O P 25t6W.ltiilfe«d. BiKkiiiM^sflua nmn receive^n award of $150, are Arcadia student Laurie McPerson; Athena student M. Alletto and student Kim Peter Olympia Pawley. The awards are given on the basis of scholarship, character, and financial from North Greece and Greece Ridge Fire Departments have been trained tp assist the paramedics by monitoring equipment and offering first aid to cooperate as much as possible for the good of the patient. Paramedic Kingsley said, “We hope to extend the capability of every depart ment of Hie hospital into thO field so that patients who require treatment get it sooner than if they has to be taken into the hospital it- ' self.” jCliurcli Directory M GREECE ASSEMBLY OF GOD CHVRCH N5 Kuhn Road C.M. Touchstone. Pastor • A Bible Belicvinj- C'lirist Centered Church” Sunday: Church School ^:45A.M. Worship 10;50A.M. Praise: 7:(X)P.M. Wednesday: Family Night Services. Classes for all age levels. LAKE UNITED METHODIST CHURCH 4401 Lake Avenue Rev. Norma J. Vanderpool. Pastoi Sunday School; 1:45A.M Worship Hours: 11 A.M. REDEEMER LUTHERAN CHURCH 1549 Dewey Avenue at Avis William Wittcopp. Pastor Rodney Eberhardt. Vicar CHURCH SERVICES: 10A.M. & SAINT CHARLES BORROMEO 3003 Dewey Avenue Rev. 1. John Hedges.’Pastor; Rev. James Lawlor, Assoc. Pastoi Rev. Msgr. Robert A. Keleher, Pastor Emeritus Sister Patricia Norton. Patoral Assistant Bro. Charles VarnaJt. Sr. Citizen Coordinator ^30PM and; 6:00, 7:00, 8:00, 9:00, 1 h30A.M., .5:25 and’ §NLY^ 11:30A.M., 5:25P.M. Sat. 8:00A.M.' CONFESSIONS: Saturdays 4to;5:30; Days before First Friday 4:30 5:30P.M. and 7:30 to i8t30P.'M. Days before Holy Day 7:30 toi 9:00P.M. i BAPTISM: By appointment^ TRIWTYCHURCH OF THEsNAZARENE 85.9L6ng.PondR6ad 225J690 Rev. T ed Led Sunday School:‘9:45 ' Morning Worship 10:45 . ' TdUngJ^dple's ServicehiOO^^^ Sflnday EvecilngServlce: 7;Q0P:M. 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