FROGGIE’S CANTINA TEES OFF TO HELP THE OCEAN PARK RESCUE SQUAD BY HOSTING FIRST ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT

Contact: William Bickel
Tel. (757)574-8135
Email: contactus@froggiescantinabythebay.com

FROGGIE’S CANTINA TEES OFF TO HELP THE OCEAN PARK RESCUE SQUAD BY HOSTING FIRST ANNUAL CHARITY GOLF TOURNAMENT

Froggie’s Cantina will host its 1st Annual Charity Golf Tournament on Monday October 14, 2013 at Lake Wright Golf Course, Norfolk, VA. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Ocean Park Volunteer Fire and Rescue Squad located at the corner of Shore Drive and East Stratford for much needed emergency medical equipment.

The tournament will kick off on Monday, October 14, 2013 at Lake Wright Golf Course with registration at 7:30am and a shotgun start at 9:00am. Following the tournament, an awards and recognition luncheon will be held at Froggie’s Cantina 3656 Shore Drive. Pre-registration $60 per player after October 7th $80 per player. Registration forms can be downloaded from http://www.froggiescantinabythebay.com or available at Froggie’s 3656 Shore Dr.

ABOUT OCEAN PARK VOLUNTEER FIRE AND RESCUE SQUAD

Founded almost 70 years ago at the request of the Ocean Park Civic League the department was first staffed by volunteers of the Ocean Park Men’s Club. Following the formation of the Ocean Park Fire Department, the Ocean Park Women’s Club began to staff the stations ambulances. Today the long volunteer tradition continues with the Ocean Park station staffed by men and women volunteers from all walks of life from students, workers, retirees, and business people to our active duty military! Members of the Ocean Park Rescue Squad (Rescue 1) provide emergency medical services to the citizens of Virginia Beach 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and 365 days a year. The members are Commonwealth of Virginia certified Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics who provide Basic and Advanced Life Support emergency medical care. Volunteers man ambulances and respond to the City of Virginia Beach EMS 911 calls from the Ocean Park Station and the First Landing Station along the Shore Drive and Great Neck corridors. In addition the Ocean Park station continues to serve as the hub of Ocean Park community activity. Events such as Explorer Scout meetings, dance classes, civic league meetings, condo association meetings, woman’s club meetings, parties and fund raisers are held there.

Ocean Park Volunteer Fire and Rescue Squad is a 100% volunteer and registered 501(c) 3 nonprofit organization, which relies on your tax free donations to keep this life saving service running and purchase new equipment. The Rescue Squad does not use any tax money and does not bill patients for treatment or transports to the hospital. More information about the Ocean Park Rescue Squad as well as contact information for those who wish to become operational or administrative members can be seen at http://www.vbrescue1.com.

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