Cal-City Clean-up

CalCityCleanup

Helping to pick up litter in CalCity were: East Kern Field Supervisor Mike Zapiain, Paramedic Matt Frields and his son, Ethan, Relief Supervisor James Metzger, his wife, Lisa and their sons Matthew and Tyler, and Quality Assurance Manager Eddie Searfoss and his daughter Elizabeth.

Several Hall Ambulance Service employees volunteered their time to participate in California City’s bi-annual city-wide clean-up, on Saturday, October 5, 2013. Participants included Paramedic Matt Frields and his son Ethan, East Kern Field Supervisor Mike Zapiain, Quality Assurance Manager Ed Searfoss and his daughter Elizabeth, Relief Supervisor James Metzger, his wife Lisa, and their sons Matthew and Tyler, as well as Marlin Coffia’s son, Luke, his friend Isaac Cavazos and Marlin’s girlfriend, Brandee Banda.

The on-duty crews consisting of East Kern Field Supervisor Marlin Coffia, Paramedic James Simpson, EMT Immanuel Holiday, Paramedic Matt Yarbrough and EMT Joe Eastwood, provided additional support.

Volunteers met at the Aspen Mall, where they were given assignments to pick up litter strewn across two vacant lots.  Community service projects such as this are an excellent way for Hall Ambulance employees to give back to the communities they serve. It provides an opportunity for them to engage with the residents in different capacity than when they are providing medical aid.

In appreciation of their volunteerism, each employee received the new Hall Ambulance volunteer t-shirt, which contains each of our service areas with the heading: Taking Pride in the Communities We Serve.

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