3rd Annual  Heroes Saving Heroes

This event will start at Rock County Cycles and will end at Sharon Fire and Rescue.  There will be donuts and coffee at registration (Thank you Dunkin Donuts).  Registration starts at 1030 and kickstands up will be at noon.  This will be a two hour scenic ride through Rock County with an ambulance and MD 1 escort and into Sharon WI.  Sharon Fire and Rescue will have their emergency vehicles out for everyone to see.  Northwest Rescue will be landing its brand new helicopter.  We will also have food at the end of the ride.  All donations will benefit the Critical Stress Management Team of Rock County.

 

Come out and support the Critical Incident and Stress Management Team of Rock County!

 

Big Thank you to Rock County Cycles and 105.9 the Hog.  Without the help of them this event would not happen.

3rd Annual  Heroes Saving Heroes

The EMS Roaddocs would like to take this opportunity to invite you to join us for our third annual HEROES SAVING HEROES rally at Rock County Cycles on August 27th 2017. This event will be an escorted motorcycle ride to honor our fallen heroes. The event will start at Rock County Cycles and will end at Sharon Fire and Rescue. Sharon Rescue will have fire trucks and ambulance for people to see and other events, activities, vendors and ambulance displays.

The EMS Roaddocs riding club, in collaboration with the Critical Stress Management Team of Rock County, are committed to spreading the word and raising awareness about the effects of PTSD, stress, depression and suicide on our first responders, which include firefighters, EMT’s, paramedics, police officers/sheriff deputies, correction officers and local Emergency Room Personnel.

As we come together on August 27th, help us to bring awareness to the high rates of mental health issues in all first responders. Assist us in letting our brothers and sisters know that they’re not alone and there is someone who cares and will listen. We also ask that you join us in educating the community on the awareness, and to help them gain an understanding of what we as first responders deal with day to day.

Feel free to contact us with any further questions

Thank you,

Bill Benson, RN TNS, PHRN, ECRN, CEN, Founder of the EMS Roaddocs

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