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Saturday 22 September 2018

Proud day for CFR volunteers as they march in NAS parade

John Hopkins, Sharon Carey, Martin Hayes, Mark Callanan (NAS) and Anne Marie-Hayes at Dublin Castle after the National Services Day parade.
John Hopkins, Sharon Carey, Martin Hayes, Mark Callanan (NAS) and Anne Marie-Hayes at Dublin Castle after the National Services Day parade.

Kilmacanogue Diary

Last Saturday (first) was also a very proud day indeed for our Kilmacanogue CFR volunteers who were invited to march alongside their colleagues from the National Ambulance Service (NAS) at the first annual National Services Day parade in Dublin, which went from the Garden of Remembrance to Dublin Castle.

This now annual parade is to honour and recognise all of our national frontline service personnel and volunteers who help make our communities a safer place to live.

Kilmac CFR have now been called upon over 100 times to assist the ambulance service in medical emergencies in our community and with only half a dozen or so active volunteers, new volunteers are always welcome to help with Community Training or a few hours On-Call Duty per week.

If you or any group are interested in learning new life saving skills or becoming involved, the Kilmac CFR group meet on the third Wednesday of each month at the Glenview Hotel from 7.30 p.m. and for more details, please phone 087 2060383.

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