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07/27/15 10:00am
BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO Shelter Island’s two young paramedics are prepared to help you should you need medical assistance. But their main message is they need you to join the ambulance crew here, whether it’s as a paramedic, EMT, driver or helper.

BEVERLEA WALZ PHOTO
Shelter Island’s two young paramedics, Sean Brewer and Jessica Killoran Carr, are prepared to help you should you need medical assistance. But their main message is they need you to join the ambulance crew here, whether it’s as a paramedic, EMT, driver or helper.

The first thing Jessica Killoran Carr and Sean Brewer want you to know is that this story isn’t about them.
It’s about, they said, the community they serve as paramedics and the Shelter Island Ambulance Foundation that supported their training.

Ms. Killoran Carr and Mr. Brewer spoke about their love for the work they do and hope they can encourage others to get involved with the Shelter Island Emergency Medical Services — if not as trained paramedics or emergency medical technicians, then as ambulance drivers or helpers. (more…)

07/18/15 3:00pm
BOB DeSTEFANO

BOB DeSTEFANO

Today’s column marks 100 pieces that I have done for the Reporter. Since Eye on the Ball has hit the century mark, I was trying to think of something different for this edition. Going over the columns, I found myself just thinking about what we’ve done in four years of columns. (more…)

07/11/15 8:00am
COURTESY PHOTO Reverend Arthur Yost

COURTESY PHOTO Reverend Arthur Yost

Camp Quinipet Sunday will be celebrated on July 12 at 10:30 a.m. at Union Chapel in the Grove. Reverend Arthur Yost, retired minister of the United Methodist Church and an executive coach in West Haven, Connecticut will speak. His sermon is titled, “Is Cleanliness Next To Godliness?” (more…)