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EMS breakfast

The Granville Rescue Squad’s Annual Pancake Breakfast and Open House takes place April 17 at their East Potter Avenue headquarters. The pancake breakfast starts at 7 a.m. and ends at 1 p.m. featuring sausage, juice, coffee and, of course, pancakes.

This is not only a time to enjoy breakfast, but a chance to meet the Rescue Squad members and get an up close look at all of their life saving equipment from the snowmobile rescue sled to the ambulances of the equipment they contain. After breakfast patrons can tour the rescue squad facility and learn about what the volunteers do every day to help the Granville community. Information will also be available for anyone interested in learning more about volunteering with the Granville Rescue Squad.

 

 

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