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Winston County Rescue Squad to begin taking calls Sunday


The board of directors, operations chief and supervisor of the Winston County Rescue Squad, which will beginning serving eastern Winston County next week. They are President Pat Hana, Darrell Smith with the Addison Fire Department, Ashley Tucker with the Central Fire Department, WCRS Operations Chief Cody Wakefield, Helicon Fire Chief Neil Feist, WCRS Supervisor Greg Ackley and Arley Fire Chief James Rickett.
ARLEY - The Winston County Rescue Squad (WCRS) has been certified by the Alabama Department of Public Health Office of EMS and will start providing ambulance service to eastern Winston County on Sunday, Oct. 15, when they will mark the occasion with a ceremony and ribbon cutting at 1 p.m. at the Arley Fire Department.

Arley Women’s Club receives funding from Cullman Electric


Pictured above from left to right. Front row, Beth Sargent, AWC vice president and Laurie McGriff, AWC president. Back row, from left, Daryl Calvert, James Fields, Lisa Weeks, Chad Alexander, David Hembree, Phillip Garrison, Lynda Carter, Sheila Sizemore and Robert Tidwell, Cullman Electric Board of Trustees members. (Courtesy Photo)
ARLEY - The board of directors for Cullman Electric Cooperative recently represented a check in the amount of $2,000 to the Arley Women’s Club to use toward its many philanthropic endeavors.

New Arley Women's Club officers announce reading initiative


The new officers of the Arley Women’s Club presented the former officers with gift bags at an AWC meeting on Aug. 14. From left to right are Treasurer Sara Little, incoming Vice President Beth Sargent, outgoing Vice President Anne Knowlton, Immediate Past President Barbara Wills, incoming President Laurie McGriff, outgoing Secretary Jane Shirah, incoming Secretary Monti Pafford, outgoing Parliamentarian Becky Mascari-Cox and incoming Parliamentarian Krista Givens.
ARLEY - The new Arley Women’s Club officers and directors, who assumed their roles in July and will serve two-year terms, have new projects planned for the coming years.

RPS donates ambulance to rescue squad


An ambulance donated by RPS (at right) has now joined the Winston County Rescue Squad’s first ambulance (at left), purchased in June, at the squad’s base at Arley Fire Department, giving the WCRS the two ambulances it needs to be certified to operate. Shown here are, front row, RPS Director of Operations Robin Earley, WCRS’ Cody Wakefield, WCRS Board of Directors President Pat Hanna, RPS’ Brittany Alexander, WCRS BoD Member James Rickett of Arley Fire Department, and back row, Helicon Fire Department’s Greg
ARLEY - The Winston County Rescue Squad (WCRS) is a big step closer to being able to provide ambulance service to east Winston County now that it has the second of two ambulances it requires to operate, this one donated by Regional Paramedical Services (RPS).

Ambulance crucial step forward for Winston County Rescue Squad


The Winston County Rescue Squad has purchased its first ambulance. Above, Winston Medic 1 is parked in front of Arley Fire Department, which will be the WCRS’ base in Arley. At right are Helicon Fire Chief Neil Feist, Addison firefighter Darrell Smith and Arley Fire Chief James Rickett, members of the WCRS’ board of directors. Not shown are Ashley Tucker, Central Fire’s representative on the board, and Pat Hanna, board president.
ARLEY - The Winston County Rescue Squad has purchased its first ambulance, a 2005 Wheeled Coach built on a Ford F-350 cab chassis with a diesel engine and four-wheel drive.