Capes and Crowns Fun Run

I’m very excited to report that we’re hosting a Capes and Crowns 5K and 1K fun run and walk on Saturday, September 19. The event will be held at St. Bonaventure University and is designed to support all of our programs. We want this to be a fun celebration of the good work we do day-in and day-out with the community that makes it all possible. The cost is $25 per person. Teams of six or more can register for $20 per person. So form a team, come up with a team name (The Justice League is my favorite), and join the fun. All those dressed as a superhero or princess will be eligible for prizes. We’ve already received support from several sponsors. The Cutco Foundation is our Capes and Crowns Diamond sponsor. Silver sponsors include the Upper Allegheny Health System, The Iroquois Group and Mix 101.5. Bronze sponsors include Olean Medical Group, the Allegany County Office of the District Attorney, Reisner Law Group, Five Star Bank, Rick Bockman and Tasta Pizza. I want to thank all of our sponsors for helping us ensure we have a great event. Sponsors will be recognized on race day and in Capes and Crowns marketing materials. If you would like to become a Capes and Crowns sponsor please contact Traci Reed at (716) 372-0614 or at treed@sthcs.org. For more information on the Capes and Crowns fun run and walk, please visit our website at www.sthcs.org.

Trauma Class

We are offering a Chest and Abdominal Trauma Class for EMS providers on Tuesday, August 25, from 6 to 8 p.m. The class will be presented live at Olean General Hospital and through distance learning technology at ALSTAR EMS Training Center in Jamestown and Jones Memorial Hospital in Wellsville. New York and Pennsylvania continuing medical education credits (CMEs) are available for this class. Topics include understanding the importance of the mechanism of injury, the importance of a good primary and secondary survey in identifying chest and abdominal trauma and treatment options and goals. The class will be presented by Beth Moses, Trauma Injury Prevention / Education Coordinator at Erie County Medical Center. Please visit Southern Tier Emergency Medical System (STEMS) to register for the class.

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Capes and Crowns Fun Run
Trauma Class

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