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This week has been busy for members. A number of our members graduated for Hunterdon Central High School today, Rehab 22-5 and BLS 22-53 stood by for the duration of the event with Flemington-Raritan First Aid and Rescue Squad. Rehab 22-5 provided the air conditioned tent for anyone who needed to get out of the heat during graduation.

In addition to numerous other standbys this week, duty crews have been continuing to take care of business with the increased demand.

Congratulations to our graduates! Stay cool!
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This week has been busy for members. A number of our members graduated for Hunterdon Central High School today, Rehab 22-5 and BLS 22-53 stood by for the duration of the event with Flemington-Raritan First Aid and Rescue Squad. Rehab 22-5 provided the air conditioned tent for anyone who needed to get out of the heat during graduation. 

In addition to numerous other standbys this week, duty crews have been continuing to take care of business with the increased demand. 

Congratulations to our graduates! Stay cool!Image attachmentImage attachment

Visit us and our crews at the Readington Township Summer Spectacular at Summer Road Park! The event runs from now until 9pm. ... See MoreSee Less

Visit us and our crews at the Readington Township Summer Spectacular at Summer Road Park! The event runs from now until 9pm.

This week there are some record breaking temperatures expected throughout the Northeast.

While we are always staffed and ready to respond, please make sure you’re staying hydrated and check on any elderly neighbors/family members. It’s a good week to get some of those indoor projects completed.

If you notice someone struggling or looking unwell outside, don’t hesitate to call 911.
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This week there are some record breaking temperatures expected throughout the Northeast. 

While we are always staffed and ready to respond, please make sure you’re staying hydrated and check on any elderly neighbors/family members. It’s a good week to get some of those indoor projects completed. 

If you notice someone struggling or looking unwell outside, don’t hesitate to call 911.

Join us in wishing luck to our 5 members who begin EMT school this month. Training is a total of 240 hours and includes everything from classroom time to clinical time in the emergency room building the skills necessary to be an EMT.

While many spend time on the Summer months taking it easy, these 5 will be studying hard to make an impact in our community.

Best of luck!
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Join us in wishing luck to our 5 members who begin EMT school this month. Training is a total of 240 hours and includes everything from classroom time to clinical time in the emergency room building the skills necessary to be an EMT. 

While many spend time on the Summer months taking it easy, these 5 will be studying hard to make an impact in our community. 

Best of luck!

The Whitehouse Rescue Squad’s second annual golf outing fundraiser at Stanton Ridge Golf and Country Club in Whitehouse Station was a success!

109 players competed on May 20 for a variety of prizes. Breakfast and lunch were served as well as a beer and wine reception. Raffles and a silent auction rounded out the activities.

Here are the prize winners:
First Place with a score of 60 was the team of Jake Sevell, Dave Mummey, John Testa and Jesse Jernigan.
Second Place with a score of 61 were Jay Zielinski, Connor Zielinski, Sarah Zielinski and Chris Valianotos.
Third Place, also with a score of 61, were Edwin Badger, Will Allen, Ron Salko and Katie Ferrante.

The Most Honest foursome were Thomas Bunting, Jim Bunting, Ken Latham and Mark Levash.

The Closest to Pin #12 was 17’0” won by Andrew Finn. There was no Ladies winner.
The Straightest Drive winners were Scott McLaughlin and Diana Wasem.

The Pot of Gold went to Bob Plishka and V.E. Monahagn.

Sponsors of the outing were the Sevell family, Unity Bank, Superior Towing, Liz Del Casale of Coldwell Banker, Michael Hallebian, Power Place, Van Doren Oil, Dave Hahn of The UPS Store, Clinton Autobody, Carlucci’s Italian Restaurant, and Defazio Enterprises.

Those making donations were Williams Harley Davidson, The Sporting Life, Metropolitan Seafood, Beaver Brook Country Club, Woodstone Country Club and Lodge and Stanton Ridge Country Club.

The talented Ed Jankiewicz performed with music.

We thank all of our sponsors and players for making this event sucessful!

Whitehouse Rescue Squad is a non-profit, volunteer/career agency that provides emergency medical and rescue services to all of Readington and parts of Tewksbury Township.

Join us for the 3rd Annual event in May, 2025.
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The Whitehouse Rescue Squad’s second annual golf outing fundraiser at Stanton Ridge Golf and Country Club in Whitehouse Station was a success! 

109 players competed on May 20 for a variety of prizes. Breakfast and lunch were served as well as a beer and wine reception. Raffles and a silent auction rounded out the activities.
 
Here are the prize winners:
First Place with a score of 60 was the team of Jake Sevell, Dave Mummey, John Testa and Jesse Jernigan. 
Second Place with a score of 61 were Jay Zielinski, Connor Zielinski, Sarah Zielinski and Chris Valianotos. 
Third Place, also with a score of 61, were Edwin Badger, Will Allen, Ron Salko and Katie Ferrante. 

The Most Honest foursome were Thomas Bunting, Jim Bunting, Ken Latham and Mark Levash. 

The Closest to Pin #12 was 17’0” won by Andrew Finn. There was no Ladies winner.
The Straightest Drive winners were Scott McLaughlin and Diana Wasem.

The Pot of Gold went to Bob Plishka and V.E. Monahagn.
 
Sponsors of the outing were the Sevell family, Unity Bank, Superior Towing, Liz Del Casale of Coldwell Banker, Michael Hallebian, Power Place, Van Doren Oil, Dave Hahn of The UPS Store, Clinton Autobody, Carlucci’s Italian Restaurant, and Defazio Enterprises.
 
Those making donations were Williams Harley Davidson, The Sporting Life, Metropolitan Seafood, Beaver Brook Country Club, Woodstone Country Club and Lodge and Stanton Ridge Country Club.
 
The talented Ed Jankiewicz performed with music. 
 
We thank all of our sponsors and players for making this event sucessful! 

Whitehouse Rescue Squad is a non-profit, volunteer/career agency that provides emergency medical and rescue services to all of Readington and parts of Tewksbury Township. 

Join us for the 3rd Annual event in May, 2025.Image attachmentImage attachment+Image attachment
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