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"Here at Plough Restaurant, Chef Ryan McQuillan and his friends from the High Real Estate Group are making and creating a difference."
"Our congregation was very excited. I think they realize the risk these people are taking in serving on the front lines, the sacrifice, the long hours, the disruption to their families that their job causes."
"We are grateful once again to have the opportunity to work with the Gary Sinise Foundation, an organization committed to serving America's heroes and their loved ones. The Foundation has a long history of honoring first responders, and we are proud to be working with them to identify first responder departments, including both fire and EMT station, across the county where essential equipment, like our tires, can have the greatest impact,"
"Cooper tires, and the Gary Sinise Foundation, are donating brand new tires to Lancaster EMS for their rigs. It's part of a nation-wide program that gave tires to eight EMS agencies."
“In EMS, you're exposed to a lot of things and you're always careful, and you you put every precaution in place, but with this particular virus, there's so many patients who are asymptomatic or have very mild symptoms so it's in the back of your head, 'have I been exposed or not and haven't known it’”
“Right now, we’ve got to stay focused. Stay home. Practice social distancing. Wear a mask in public. Cover coughs and sneezes. And wash hands often.
Thanks to you, we’re saving lives. But it’s not time to let up.”
“It makes it feel extra special. Especially to have a veteran who is giving so much back to the community, who has already gave so much to his country,”
Appreciation for the agency has been strong the past few days, he said. "We're much appreciative of it"