|Bounce Back to School||Tue, Aug 13 2013|
Bounce Back to School!!
Please join the Dumfries Triangle Rescue Squad on Saturday August 17th, 2013 from 11:00 - 3:00 for a “Bounce Back to School” party at D-TRS Station 23, located at 16530 River Ridge Blvd, Woodbridge!
Repairs that are being done to Rescue Station 03 on Graham Park Road have prevented us from hosting our “Back to School Bingo!”
Come join us for food, fun and of course FREE SCHOOL SUPPLIES!!
All are welcome to come, but to receive your free school supplies you must bring a child entering or currently enrolled in Kindergarten through Eighth grade!!!
Let’s party and get the school year started!
|Charter Member Edward A. Publicover||Tue, Jul 02 2013|
It is with deep regret that The Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad announces the passing of charter and lifetime member, Edward A. Publicover on June 27, 2013.
|2012 Back to School Bingo||Sun, Aug 19 2012|
On August 18th 2012, Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad held its annual Back to School Bingo. Over 100 community children in kindergarten through eigth grade took part playing 9 games of Bingo and all who participated received a back-pack filled with school supplies for the upcoming school year.
|Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad Mission Statement||Tue, Apr 10 2012|
"We Serve to Save"
Our Mission is to provide the service to save lives, property and environment of our community.
We accomplish this through public education, awareness, and training programs using resources within our community.
Through teamwork we will increase the participation and support of our community.
Our professionalism will bring forth a high standard of timely emergency care and management, thus accomplishing our mission.
|D-TRS Donates Eggs for Easter Egg Hunt||Sat, Apr 07 2012|
D-TRS donates 6,000 plastic eggs full of toys and treats for the Town of Dumfries annual Easter Egg Hunt at Merchant Park. Read the entire story at InsideNOVA.
Photos by: David Pierce/News & Messenger
|2011 Installation||Mon, Dec 05 2011|
Here are a few from Saturday night.
|Chief Ester accepts donation from Montclair Lion's Club||Thu, Oct 27 2011|
On October 25th 2011, Chief Ester addressed the Montclair Lion's Club and was presented with a $500.00 donation to the Squad.
|Strength and Conditioning Crew||Sat, Sep 03 2011|
Some pictures from this mornings strength and conditioning class...what were you doing at 8AM this morning???
Class is normally held every Saturday morning from 8AM until around 9:30AM...everyone is invited.
(No class next Sat)
Come on out and do your body some good!
|Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad Gives Back to the Community||Tue, Aug 16 2011|
Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad Gives Back to the Community
Back-to-School BINGO Provides Local Children with Needed School Supplies.
Dumfries, VA, August 16, 2011: The Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad (D-TRS) will be holding its annual Back-to-School BINGO on Saturday, August 20th from 10AM to 2PM. This event provides local school children with needed supplies such as book bags, pens, pencils, notebooks and paper. All of the school supplies for this event are purchased by D-TRS and donated to the children and families that attend. D-TRS has been serving the local community with Emergency Medical Services for over 50 years; Back-to-School BINGO is just one more way that D-TRS helps its community that it proudly serves.
About Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad
The Dumfries-Triangle Rescue Squad (DTRS) was formally organized on January 8, 1957 and began operations with one ambulance serving the Dumfries and Triangle areas of Prince William County, VA. Today, DTRS operates out of three stations serving the communities of Dumfries, Triangle, Montclair and Woodbridge with over 100 active members.
|Summer Call Volume Has Arrived||Sun, Jun 12 2011|
With the summer months upon us and the increase in activities in the Prince William County, higher call volumes for EMS units are not uncommon. While also supporting fire department calls and other local community events; D-TRS members are in the center of it all.
The ambulance personnel from Station 23 found themselves unusually busy this weekend. This was partly due to the unusual weather. On Saturday, June 11th, Ambulance 523 ran 16 dispatched calls and added on to a few others in a 24 hour period. Sunday’s crew was also busy and the pace seems to be continuing.
Members are always excited to serve and assist the community in their times of need. Volunteering is an exceptional way to give back to your community and to gain valuable life experiences along the way.
Won’t you join us?