Community invited to Brooklyn EMS 25th anniversary Aug. 14

Two children are handed goodies from Fire/EMS members during the Friday, April 9 Brooklyn Police Department’s open house.

Celebrating 25 years of Brooklyn EMS, the organization is hosting a gathering from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 14.

The event will take place at the 401 W. Main St. fire and EMS building.

There will be a demonstration of extrication from a vehicle and med flight, fire truck rides, games for kids, a bouncy house, information booths and tables and food, former Brooklyn EMS director Evelyn Hall told the Observer.

There will also be a space where past EMS members will have a chance to gather and chat, she said.

An ambulance procession will start at Brooklyn Elementary on Division Street at 11 a.m. and end at the fire station.

For information, contact Hall by emailing [email protected].

Neal Patten can be contacted at [email protected]