Hometown Ambulance Company, Community Ambulance, Aided Visit From Santa at the Henderson Boys and Girls ClubCommunity Ambulance Adopted a Boys and Girls Clubhouse for a Holiday Party, bringing gifts and refreshments to the kids and teens
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LAS VEGAS, December 20, 2022 — Last week, Community Ambulance adopted the John C. Kish Boys and Girls Clubhouse for their annual Adopt a Clubhouse event, which included Santa, some gifts and refreshments for youth from surrounding areas.
On Thursday, December 15th at 4:30 p.m. John C. Kish Boys and Girls Club (BGC) was visited by Ol’ Saint Nick as a part of Community Ambulance’s holiday celebrations. The first responder organization was excited to bring holiday cheer to many youth and teens of the Las Vegas community. As part of the celebration, Santa’s sleigh was guided by the hometown ambulance company, bringing snacks and gifts to those in attendance.
“Club holiday parties provide us with an opportunity to highlight the sense of community in the Clubhouse, celebrate the season, and provide our youth with take-home gifts to reinforce what they learn in the Club while at home.” says Brianna McCullough, Chief Marketing & Development Officer at the Boys & Girls Clubs of Southern Nevada. “We are incredibly grateful for our partnership with Community Ambulance, who sponsored our party at the John C. Kish Clubhouse this season. They provided every young person in the Club with a gift supporting Education, The Arts, Leadership & Service, Health & Wellness, and Sports & Recreation, and made this holiday celebration possible for our youth.”
Community Ambulance provided gender neutral gifts for the 60 youth (6 to 12 years old) and teens (13 to 18 years old) that aligned with one of the five core program areas the BGC focuses on. The Boys and Girls Club helps youth and teens all over the country learn to engage in positive environments to reach their full potential by providing programs in education, health and wellness, leadership and service, sports and recreation, or the arts.
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ABOUT COMMUNITY AMBULANCE
Locally owned and operated, Community Ambulance has been Southern Nevada’s hometown ambulance company for over 10 years. With state-of-the-art technology, more than 500 employees and a fleet of over 50 ambulances, the company provides the fastest and highest level of service to patients for 911 and non-911 medical services including advanced life support (ALS), critical care transport (CCT), as well as neo-natal, flight team, and long-distance transports. A premier provider of medical standby services for Las Vegas’ dynamic and world-renowned sports and entertainment scene, Community Ambulance’s special events division has provided medical management and support for high-profile venues and events such as Electric Daisy Carnival, Route 91 Festival, the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, and more. For more information visit communityambulance.com.