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Community

   Heartland EMS, Inc. Supports Multiple Activities In The Counties In Which We Are Located.

 

Pulaski County

Heartland EMS, Inc. was a proud supporter of the Charles Johnson Sports Camp that was held in Pulaski County on June 16th-17th, 2017.  Pictured below is

EMT Tonia Frost interacting with some of the kids.

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Bleckley Memorial Hospital

Heartland CEO Bill Cheek and his staff provided lunch for the employees of Bleckley Memorial Hospital on Thursday, May 11, 2017. 

Grilled hotdogs, beans, chips and a brownie were served.

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Pulaski County Elementary School

 

Heartland CEO, Bill Cheek and some of his crew visited Pulaski Elementary on Friday, May 5, 2017.  The teachers were treated to a

grilled hotdog, a bowl of beans, a bag of chips and a brownie.  Thanks, teachers for all you do!

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Michael Johnson, Jr. visits with the Little Ladies, Big Hearts at Pulaski Elementary School.   heart

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 Heartland EMS visits Middle Georgia State University

Heartland visited the Respiratory Therapy students at Middle Georgia State University to assist them in playing out an ER scene. 

The students acted out a crash that was caused by texting and driving.

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                                                                                                                   L to R:  Jasmine Brown, Michael Johnson, Jr., Justin Frost, Cindy Gordon and Lynn Ingle

 

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            Jasmine Brown and student.                                                                     Jasmine Brown and Michael Johnson, Jr. prep a crash victim. 

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TRACK TEAM MEMBERS RUN THE “TOUGHEST 5K IN GEORGIA”

Seven members of the Bleckley County Middle School Track Team faced a formidable task on Saturday, February 18, 2017.
The group ran individually and as "TEAM HEARTLAND" in the 2017 Southeast Georgia Health System Foundation's Sidney Lanier
Bridge Run. Certified by the USTA as the "TOUGHEST 5K IN GEORGIA". The bridge is 7,780 feet long and at its center, 
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measures 480 feet high above the Brunswick River, the tallest span in the state. This year's event drew runners  from 16 states as
well as runners from Canada and Surrey in England; and a top 40 runner from this past years Olympics. Locally owned HEARTLAND
EMS INC. is a corporate sponsor of the race and provides ambulance coverage for the event. HEARTLAND owner Bill Cheek met
with local track Coach Shelly Cranford about providing the opportunity for track team members to participate in this prestigious
event with the corporate support of HEARTLAND. 
 

 

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Coach Cranford assembled a volunteer seven member team of both boys and girls.   TEAM HEARTLAND finished first in the team
timed finishes. All members of the 2017 TEAM HEARTLAND had strong individual performances. Finishers participating in this
year’s race consisted of 481 male runners and 486 female runners totaling 967 total finishers.

Besides finishing first in the team results the following runners placed individually as follows:

MEN AGE 10 – 14 CLASS – 481 MEN FINISHERS

JACOB JOHNSON PLACED 3RD IN CLASS AND 29TH IN INDIVIDUAL MALE FINISHERS

LUKE CHURCHWELL PLACED 4TH IN CLASS AND 34TH IN INDIVIDUAL MALE FINISHERS

JESSE KUCK PLACED 6TH IN CLASS AND 44TH IN INDIVIDUAL MALE FINISHERS

MATTHEW BLAND PLACED 8TH IN CLASS AND 60TH IN INDIVIDUAL MALE FINISHERS

KYLE YOUNGBLOOD PLACED 9TH IN CLASS AND 77TH IN INDIVIDUAL MALE FINISHERS

WOMEN AGE 10 – 14 CLASS – 486 FEMALE FINISHERS

EMILY YOUNGBLOOD PLACED 1ST IN CLASS AND 5TH IN INDIVIDUAL FEMALE FINISHERS

JULIETTE STEVENS PLACED 2ND IN CLASS AND 12TH IN INDIVIDUAL FEMALE FINISHERS

 

HEARTLAND congratulates Coach Cranford, the runners and their parents for an outstanding performance. First place
as a team; five top ten performances by the men in class; and first and second places by the women in class. It looks
like a bright future for the running Royals!


 

 

 School Clubs and Activities

  • Bleckley Football