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Chicken Pot Pie Dinner is sold out.
Thank you!
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Thanks for the awesome dinner!

Got mine very good please do that again I would go again

Great change from the normal chicken barbeques!!!

TODAY SUNDAY MAY 19th
Homemade Chicken Pot Pie, Salad, and Brownies
Drive-Thru takeout only
Coeymans Hollow Firehouse
4pm until sold out
Includes salad and dessert
$15 - 4 person meal
$20 - 6 person meal
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TODAY SUNDAY MAY 19th
Homemade Chicken Pot Pie, Salad, and Brownies
Drive-Thru takeout only 
Coeymans Hollow Firehouse
4pm until sold out
Includes salad and dessert 
$15 - 4 person meal
$20 - 6 person mealImage attachment

 

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The pot pies are amazing good job to everyone!!!!!

Everything was excellent! Thank you!

The dinner was delicious!! Great job!

Should ask if you need silverware & napkins - Had to purchase them & then ate at the park

Was delicious! You can do another one!

Sold out, thank you!

41 minutes all gone

Damn that was quick!!

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Mock DWI Prom Party Crash

Coeymans Hollow Volunteer Fire Company in conjunction with The Town of Coeymans Police Department, the Albany County Sheriff's Department, Ravena Rescue Squad, Ravena Fire Department, , Coeymans Fire Company, Babcock Funeral Home and Burns Towing held a Mock Crash at the Ravena Coeymans Selkirk High School Complex

With Prom Weekend approaching we would like parents to discuss the dangers of drinking and driving with their kids. This will not only help prevent them from drinking and driving but maybe to help a friend not drink and drive.

All participating agencies wish all students a fun, memorable and safe prom weekend.

youtu.be/vKqF9qasE2sCoeymans Hollow Volunteer Fire Company in conjunction with The Town of Coeymans Police Department, the Albany County Sheriff's Department, Ravena Rescue Squa...
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Clever

Hey, do you have to pre-order these?

2 weeks ago

Coeymans Hollow Volunteer Fire Company

On May 4th, 2019, the Ravena Rescue Squad along with our partners with the Coeymans Hollow Fire District, Albany County Sheriffs Office- EMS Division, and the Coeymans Police Department were requested to respond to an ATV accident located on a trail in Coeymans Hollow.

The duty crew consisting of Crewperson Ryan Morrow and EMT Cody Yates responded in Ambulance 58-87. Through solid teamwork, crews were able to traverse the trail a couple miles into the woods to reach the patient, via a All Terrain Vehicle (ATV). Once there, crews were able to begin rendering care to a patient with serious injuries. Lifenet was requested for a helicopter to potentially transport the patient once they extracted them.

Prior to being dispatched to the accident, the duty crew from the day shift consisting of EMT Patrick Boccio and EMT Quinn Malone were on Ambulance 58-89 were dedicated to a previous call. Upon returning from that call, and despite it being past their scheduled shift changed, EMT Boccio and EMT Malone opted to respond to the scene of the accident to assist crews on scene.

Once crews extracted the patient from the trail, it was determined best for the patient to be transported on board Ambulance 58-87. It was the teamwork consisting of numerous agencies and even more individuals that resulted in a safe operation to find the patient, remove the patient, and continue rendering professional, emergency medical care to the patient. The teamwork displayed by the fire and EMS crews from Coeymans Hollow Fire, Albany County Paramedics, and YOUR Ravena Rescue Squad was a site to see.

Crewperson Morrow, EMT Yates, and the Albany County Paramedics continued delivering compassionate, professional care to the patient during the transport to a local trauma center.

While we will always be proud of our brothers and sisters in the local fire departments, EMS agencies, and law enforcement, it is also important for us to recognize the efforts of our staff.

As such, on May 11th, 2019, EMT Boccio, EMT Malone, EMT Yates, and Crewperson Morrow all received Letters of Commendation signed by Chief Brian Dunican, Assistant Chief Travis Witbeck, Advanced Life Support (ALS) Supervisor Patrick Moore, and Supervisor Jason Gresen.

The Ravena Rescue Squad is proud of not just these crews, but all of our members (past and present). No letters, citations, stork pins, or medals could ever truly demonstrate our appreciation to our staff.

Outstanding work!

Pictured (left to right): Ambulance 58-87 crew- EMT Cody Yates, Crewperson Ryan Morrow Ambulance 58-89 crew- EMT Quinn Malone, EMT Patrick Boccio
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