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Driven Coffee is helping BSBRA by hosting a coffee and more fundraiser.
Please use our special link to purchase coffee, tea, hot cocoa and snacks to help support your local frontline heroes!
Money raise will go to Bay Shore Brightwaters Rescue Ambulance
High Water Rescue
On the Evening of Saturday, March 3rd 2018, the Bay Shore-Brightwaters Rescue Ambulance Inc. was requested to respond to assist in EMS operations by the Bay Shore Fire Department during a High Water Rescue at the Lakehouse Restaurant on Maple Ave in Bay Shore.
For the afternoon of Saturday November 11th, 2017, the Bay Shore Brightwaters Rescue Ambulance along with the Bay Shore Fire Department, West Islip Fire Department, Great River Fire Department, and among others, took part in honoring United States Armed Forces, both past and present, with the Brightwaters Village. The Ceremony took place at the Brightwaters Canal on Montauk Highway where a stone head was placed at the flag pole to honor and serve as a reminder that the men and women of our countries armed forces sacrificed and continue to sacrifice so much for our great nation. Among the BSBRA volunteer crews that attended the Ceremony was Captain Anthony Garcia Jr., Ex Assistant Chief Noah Fisch, Ex Captain William Lutz, Crew Chief Holly Maiforth, Paramedic Steven Fishman, EMT Jesi Hart and Auxiliary Member Bryant Ortiz. We thank them for representing BSBRA and honoring our nations Veterans.