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#transformationtuesday

In 1939, PFARS had its first beginnings as the First Aid Unit of Princeton Engine Company No.1, which operated out of a station wagon stocked with first aid supplies donated by Johnson & Johnson (@jnj).

81 years later, our fleet of apparatus has grown to include four modular ambulances (one of which is pictured here), a technical rescue truck, a four-wheel drive utility vehicle, a Zodiac boat, a rehab vehicle, and a first-response car.

Despite the change in apparatus appearance, the central goal of our membership and organization remains the same: to serve the Princeton community with the highest quality of emergency medical and technical rescue services.
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#transformationtuesday

In 1939, PFARS had its first beginnings as the First Aid Unit of Princeton Engine Company No.1, which operated out of a station wagon stocked with first aid supplies donated by Johnson & Johnson (@jnj). 

81 years later, our fleet of apparatus has grown to include four modular ambulances (one of which is pictured here), a technical rescue truck, a four-wheel drive utility vehicle, a Zodiac boat, a rehab vehicle, and a first-response car.

Despite the change in apparatus appearance, the central goal of our membership and organization remains the same: to serve the Princeton community with the highest quality of emergency medical and technical rescue services.Image attachment

#throwbackthursday 🔙
Jim Ferry and Annie Ferry met at PFARS in 2009. 11 years later, they welcomed their first daughter, Kayla (repping PFARS gear, of course!👕) Time flies and the squad could not be happier to welcome the newest addition to the PFARS family.
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#throwbackthursday 🔙 
Jim Ferry and Annie Ferry met at PFARS in 2009. 11 years later, they welcomed their first daughter, Kayla (repping PFARS gear, of course!👕) Time flies and the squad could not be happier to welcome the newest addition to the PFARS family.

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So sweeeeeet

Mazel Tov!!!

Oh yeay. How cool. Lil paramedic! 🤗

Congratulations she’s beautiful

October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 💞Each year in the United States, more than 250,000 women get breast cancer and 42,000 women die from the disease. This month, to show our support for patients affected by breast cancer, Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad, Princeton Police Department, and Princeton Fire Department came together to proudly display our new Breast Cancer Awareness Month T-shirts. More resources and ways to get involved can be found at:
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~ www.nationalbreastcancer.org/
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~ breastcancernow.org/get-involved/breast-cancer-awareness-month
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~ www.cdc.gov/cancer/dcpc/resources/features/breastcancerawareness/index.htm
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October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. 💞Each year in the United States, more than 250,000 women get breast cancer and 42,000 women die from the disease. This month, to show our support for patients affected by breast cancer, Princeton First Aid & Rescue Squad, Princeton Police Department, and Princeton Fire Department came together to proudly display our new  Breast Cancer Awareness Month T-shirts. More resources and ways to get involved can be found at:
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~ https://www.nationalbreastcancer.org/
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~ https://breastcancernow.org/get-involved/breast-cancer-awareness-month
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~  https://www.cdc.gov/cancer/dcpc/resources/features/breastcancerawareness/index.htmImage attachmentImage attachment

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Virtual Information Sessions are held at 6:00 PM every third Monday of the month.  Attendance at an information session is required before the Squad will consider your application for membership. Click here to register for the next upcoming info session.

To learn about becoming a volunteer, you may also use the form below to contact us. When you’re ready, the application can be completed online!

WHY VOLUNTEER?

Most of our volunteers say they want to serve because of the deep satisfaction that comes from helping people in need. Our high school and college age members find it a great way to complement their pre-medical education, and even to help them decide which path to pursue.