Bay Kiwanis present juvenile transport equipment to EMS

With Bay Village Kiwanis Club Community Service Chairman Jim Potter (right) assisting, Fire Department Captain Thomas Boatwright explains to Kiwanians how four new juvenile emergency transport backboards will help the city’s EMS squads in immobilizing children with possible injury to get them safely to medical care. The Kiwanis Club bought the $600 set as part of a state-wide effort by Kiwanians to survey the child transport needs of EMS organizations and help fill any gaps in equipment.

Tom Johnson

Tom Johnson is president of the Bay Village Kiwanis Club.

Read More on Community Service
Volume 3, Issue 7, Posted 3:12 PM, 04.05.2011