When a close friend was having a cardiac emergency, Jane Gallagher called 911. We were one-tenth of a mile from the Louisa Rescue Squad. That unit was already on a call. It took 20 minutes for a rescue squad to reach the scene. This prompted Jane to investigate rescue coverage for the homes along the Kentucky Springs/New Bridge Road corridor. She found over 2,300 homes outside of the 5-mile radius of any EMS station. As a registered nurse, she knew quick response times = better patient outcomes.
Grant Writing - Judy Belluomini
Special Projects - Helen Bolton
Fundraising - Michelle Mohl, Carol Dezorzi, Judy Klingenhofer, Joel Kendall, Linda Pousson, Kathy Zeiler, Laura Watts, Nancy Moser, Wade Hardman, Tonja Couch, John and Lori Pope, Brian Gilbreth, Lloyd Runnett
Event Support - Bob Klug, Roger and Suzy Barker, Dan Brown, Tammy Clegg, Jeff and Melody Unger, Steve Grill, Debbie Busby, Chip Bumgardner, Gary Crider, Jim and Becky Biche, Lin Kogle, Bruce Flenard, Iris Hyde, April and Mike Jones, Tracy Hale-Clark, Ronda Guill
In the past, fire and rescue facilities in Louisa County were built by local communities through fundraising. With this in mind, a nonprofit foundation was established and a commitment made for $100,000 of the cost of the New Bridge Rescue Station to be raised by citizens and businesses.
While Louisa County included this project in the Capital Improvements Plan and appropriated $800,000 for construction in FY21, county revenue is projected to be impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, the New Bridge Rescue Station will be competing with other budgeted capital improvement projects for funds. We want to stay at the top of the list by raising the $100,000 "seed money" as quickly as possible.
Or send checks to:
Foundation for Lake Anna Emergency Services
P.O. Box 1021
Louisa, VA 23093