Conneaut Lake Ambulance

Conneaut Lake Area Ambulance Service

Conneaut Lake Area Ambulance Service, more commonly known as "CLAAS", was started in 1977 by the Jayvees of Conneaut Lake. A small group of dedicated residence of Conneaut Lake underwent rigorous medical training and became certified PA First Responders and Emergency Medical Technicians. These committed individuals were trained to provide "Basic Life Support" emergency care. They proceeded to volunteer their time and skills at Conneaut Lake Area Ambulance. By 1980, Conneaut Lake Area Ambulance Service was able to provide Advanced Life Support which meant a patient received a higher level of emergency care that included pre-hospital EKGs, intravenous access, administration of life-saving medications along with other critical interventions. Today, Conneaut Lake Area Ambulance had three Advanced Life Support ambulances. Our primary coverage area includes Conneaut Lake Borough, Adamsville, Atlantic, Hartstown, Sadsbury Twp., Greenwood Twp., Fallowfield Twp., North Shenango Twp., and Vernon Twp. (east to Cutter Rd.) Conneaut Lake Area Ambulance also provides Advanced Life Support to all of Western Crawford County. Our service provides ALS assists to the BLS ambulances operated by the following volunteer fire departments : Conneautville, Cochranton, Jamestown, Linesville, Springboro, and Summit Twp. Our service also provides wheelchair van transport

To all of the Mothers out there, including soon to be Moms ~ Happy Mother's Day to all of you. We all hope your day is as special as you are.

Senator Michele Brooks

Here is a summary of the "red light, green light" system outlined by the governor, marking the timelines for reopening businesses safely.

In the red phase:

• Only life-sustaining businesses are open.
• Long-term care facilities, prisons, and other group-living settings have restrictions.
• All schools are closed for in-person classes, and most child-care facilities are closed.
• Stay-at-home orders are in place and large gatherings are prohibited.
• Restaurants are limited to takeout and delivery.
• Only travel if absolutely necessary.

In the yellow phase:
• Businesses that have to operate in-person can reopen with safety guidelines in place.
• Elsewhere, remote work should continue.
• Stay-at-home restrictions are lifted.
• Gatherings of more than 25 people are prohibited.
• Gyms, spas, casinos, theaters, and other similar health and entertainment establishments must remain closed.
• In-person retail stores can open but curbside and delivery shopping is “preferable."
• Child-care facilities can open with safety restrictions.
• Long-term care facilities, prisons, and other group-living settings still have restrictions.
• All schools must remain closed for in-person classes.
• Restaurants are still limited to takeout and delivery.

In the green phase:
• All businesses can open.
• There are no social or work restrictions.
• Individuals and businesses must still follow federal and state health guidelines.

U.S. Senator Bob Casey

Pennsylvanians, I never thought I’d need to say this, but just to be clear: please do not drink or inject bleach.

Knights of Columbus Council 6037

( News From the Knights Of Columbus # 6037)
Due to the stay at home orders The blood Drive for April 20, 2020 at Saint Philip's center is cancelled by the Red Cross due to lack of staff. The Knights want to thank Saint Philip's for offering their hall and the already 43 lakeland residents
who had already signed up to give blood. Our Next Drive will be June 15, 2020 God willing. To all please stay healthy Thank you

Thank you Stat MedEvac!

Eric Henry ; Crawford County Commissioner

As a reminder, the primary election is scheduled for June 2nd, 2020. Everyone does have the option to vote by mail. For more information, you can go to www.VotesPA.com or to fill out the on line application.

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[04/17/20]   Thank you Mrs. Egyud for the brownies! Our crew certainly appreciated the home made goodies!

North Shenango Fire Department

The “17 House” is excited to announce that Armstrong Cable has installed a FREE community wifi hotspot that can be used from the parking lot of our station. Please use the parking area between the fire station and the NS Community Center for the best signal. Also be sure to leave room for our responding firefighters to park near the building and please leave the area in front of the bay doors clear for responding apparatus.

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Hurting financially during the pandemic? State issues guide to breaks in Pennsylvania

post-gazette.com The state has released a guide to the many breaks and protections available to Pennsylvanians struggling during the pandemic.

We always say “thank you” to our dispatchers; tell them what a great job they do. Truly, we mean it when we say it. Our staff at Conneaut Lake Ambulance highly respects & sincerely care about our Crawford County Dispatchers.

They are people before dispatchers. People with family ties & who live in our community. Most have been or still are, members of a fire department, ambulance service or law enforcement agency. They understand what we do as EMS, fire & law because they have done it or are continuing to provide the same service when not at their 911 job.

Stay safe our awesome Crawford County Dispatchers; we truly appreciate you!

The staff of Conneaut Lake Ambulance wishes everyone a safe, Happy Easter. We thank & applaud everyone who is wearing a face mask when in public as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control & the PA Department of Health.

🇺🇸A very special "Happy Easter" is sent to our dedicated persons in public safety (EMS, Fire, Dispatch, Law) & in the healthcare profession (CNA, LPN, RN, Physician, Respiratory, Lab, Pharmacy). We can’t forget the other people who make “it work” in the healthcare systems: environmental services, registration, building maintenance, store rooms, medical supply, trucking & delivery. It takes everyone’s effort to provide care in both ordinary times & such as the current world situation. So “Happy Easter” & stay safe!🇺🇸

Be sure to “like” & share ... community spirit from Ray’s Market. Ray’s Market is a small home town grocery store that is locally owned and serves the Pymatuning area.

Update 4/11/20
Thank you all for entering !
Ham winners pick up at Rays anytime today we close at 8 pm and closed tomorrow. Pick up by Tuesday next week please.

Winners
Dianne Snow
John Myers
Linda Sanner
Barb Moore
Dede Deross

I have noticed a lot of business doing giveaways so I have decided to join the fray !

I have 5 Applewood Smoked Hams to give away tomorrow (Saturday) just in time for Easter.
Great ham! Petite 3lb average size.

Anyone can enter!

To enter: Just Like And Share this post and we will pick 5 random winners tomorrow at 9am.
I will announce the winners here. If you win just come to the store and pick up you ham!

Everyone be safe!

Knights of Columbus Council 6037

Mark your calendars for this important date in June.

( News From the Knights Of Columbus # 6037)
Due to the stay at home orders The blood Drive for April 20, 2020 at Saint Philip's center is cancelled by the Red Cross due to lack of staff. The Knights want to thank Saint Philip's for offering their hall and the already 43 lakeland residents
who had already signed up to give blood. Our Next Drive will be June 15, 2020 God willing. To all please stay healthy Thank you

The Easter Bunny wishes everyone a happy, safe Easter! Bunny says to remember your masks & precautions. So, hop to it, folks! Happy Easter!

Thank you to ALL health care providers!

It’s National Public Health Week. There has never been a more fitting time to acknowledge the work of public health and healthcare professionals than in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The nation’s health is PUBLIC HEALTH.

Thank you to the anonymous donor for the home made masks!

Josh Shapiro

Some important new dates in Pennsylvania 👇

From Senator Brooks...

Many elder Pennsylvanians have been reaching out to me to find out if they will get a federal stimulus check even though they don’t file a federal return:

The US Treasury has again reversed course and decided that Social Security recipients DO NOT have to complete a short form tax return to receive their stimulus check. This means Social Security Recipients will automatically receive Economic Impact Payments. So, Social Security beneficiaries who are not typically required to file tax returns will not need to file an abbreviated tax return to receive an Economic Impact Payment. Instead, payments will be automatically deposited into their bank accounts. The IRS will use the information on the Form SSA-1099 and Form RRB-1099 to generate $1,200 Economic Impact Payments to Social Security recipients who did not file tax returns in 2018 or 2019. Recipients will receive these payments as a direct deposit or by paper check, just as they would normally receive their benefits. Questions? Please visit Treasury.gov. or IRS.gov,/coronavirus

Please see the great collaborative effort from local businesses: Acutec Precision Aerospace, Allegheny College, Area Tool, C&J Industries, Laser Tool, Kuhn Tool & Die, Mahoney Tool & Plastics, NuTec Tooling Systems, Pasco Tool Plastics, Starn Tool & MFG. Thank you for your hard work & contributions in keeping our health care providers safer.

The first of many shipments to come from our big-hearted Crawford County manufacturers and Allegheny College, for our unselfish, hard-working medical staff at Meadville Medical Center. This is what defines our community during tough times: When one of our neighbors needs something, there is always someone nearby to deliver. Thank you for this extraordinary act of kindness!

Please read...

Gov. Wolf has recommended that all Pennsylvanians wear masks when out in public. Instructions for making a mask at home are available at http://health.pa.gov. Scarves and bandannas are acceptable. When you are alone, no mask is needed.

Senator Michele Brooks

The Governor and Dept. of Health implore all PA residents: Please only go out for essential items, such as food, medicine and doctors’ visits, for the next 30 days to contain the spread of COVID-19.

Pennsylvania Department of Health

If you don't have to leave home, don't.

Stay home, PA.

[03/31/20]   The "HIPPA" class scheduled for Monday, April 6, 2020 at the Springboro VFD has been postponed. Both the Springboro Fire Department & the instructor are taking all necessary precautions to help reduce the risk of the Corona Virus. We do not have a date yet, but will post when we do. Please take all recommended precautions to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. Stay safe.

Loutzenhiser Funeral Homes

Prayers to the family & friends of Roy Ritter, Hempfield VFD, Greenville, PA. Chief Ritter was an incredibly dedicated member of the fire department and honorably served his community well. Thank you Chief Ritter for your many years of sacrifice. Special thanks to your family who served with you & supported your endeavors. Rest in peace. You will not be forgotten.

Roy H. Ritter, age 95, formerly of E. Greenville Dr., Hempfield Twp., passed away Monday afternoon, March 30, 2020 in St. Paul's Senior Living Center. Arrangements are incomplete and will be announced by Loutzenhiser-Jordan Funeral Home and Cremation Services, Inc., 366-368 S. Main St., Greenville.

Senator Michele Brooks

As the COVID-19 crisis strains our pocketbooks, our health and our way of life, please know that NO Pennsylvanian can be evicted from their homes or apartments at this time. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ordered courts closed to eviction proceedings due to the state of emergency. The Court’s order is applicable to all Pennsylvania property owners, managers, and landlords, as well as mortgage brokers and lenders.

If you believe that you have been wrongfully evicted from your home or wrongfully had your property foreclosed, you can file a complaint with the Office of Attorney General at https://www.attorneygeneral.gov/submit-a-complaint/.

We will get through this together!

Please read this regarding mixing chemicals.

As many are working to make sure homes, vehicles, offices and stores are clean - please remember some combinations of cleaners can produce toxic fumes and could cause respiratory issues as well as other issues.

#washyourhands #practicesocialdistancing #safelycleansurfaces

From the UPMC system....

Get the facts about COVID-19. For the most up-to-date information from UPMC, visit https://upmc.me/2Qadg66

Margaret Shontz Memorial Library

Please read & share...

No library card? No problem! Crawford County Federated Library System wants everyone to be able to access its online resources during this difficult time! Click on the link to find out how to register for a temporary card, and please share widely!

To get started, click on the link. In the upper right hand corner of the screen, click Log in to your account. A box will appear. At the bottom it will say Don't have an account? Register here. Click on that link and follow directions.

🇺🇸Thank you to all of our Vietnam Veterans; you are not forgotten. 🇺🇸

A great big thank you to Emma Ziegler of Conneaut Lake for her kind and thoughtful donation of 45 homemade masks for our crews! We thank you for thinking of our health and safety and the health and safety of others during this difficult time. Our crews appreciate your kindness! Thank you!

Senator Michele Brooks

The Dept. of Health has answered some important questions for those who are involved with home health care agencies and hospice care. Thank you to those special people who devote their lives to this transformative profession.

CDC

Social distancing is important in help preventing the spread of COVID-19. BUT, it doesn't mean you can't communicate with your loved ones & friends. Calling, face time, facebook & texting are all ways to stay in touch with your loved ones.

Everyone has a role to play to reduce and slow transmission of COVID-19. Social distancing is one way to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This means avoiding crowded places and maintaining distance from others. More prevention tips: https://bit.ly/2QbLFkW

Pennsylvania Department of Health

While we continue to be concerned about the spread of COVID-19 to seniors, a preliminary analysis from the CDC shows that 20% of all hospitalized patients in the US are between 20 and 44 years old.

In other countries nearly 50% of all confirmed cases were in people younger than 54 and almost 40% of hospitalizations were in that age bracket.

We're seriously concerned that individuals in the 20 to 44 age range are not heeding the message to stay home and are creating an unnecessary risk to themselves and others.

Please STAY HOME.

Our Story

Conneaut Lake Area Ambulance Service, more commonly known as "CLAAS", was founded in 1977 by the Jaycees of Conneaut Lake. A small group of dedicated residents of Conneaut Lake underwent rigorous medical training and became certified PA First Responders and Emergency Medical Technicians. These committed individuals were trained to provide "Basic Life Support" emergency care and faithfully volunteered their time and skills at Conneaut Lake Area Ambulance.

By 1980, Conneaut Lake Area Ambulance Service was able to provide Advanced Life Support which meant a patient received a higher level of emergency care including pre-hospital EKGs, intravenous access, administration of life-saving medications along with other critical interventions.

Today, Conneaut Lake Area Ambulance has three Advanced Life Support ambulances.

Our coverage area includes Conneaut Lake, Conneaut Lake Borough, Adamsville, Atlantic, Cochranton, Fallowfield Twp, Greenwood Twp, Hartstown, Jamestown, Sadsbury Twp., North & South Shenango Twps., and Vernon Twp. (east of Cutter Rd.) and we provide Advanced Life Support to all of Western Crawford County.

Our service provides ALS assistance to the BLS ambulances operated by the following volunteer fire departments : Conneautville, Linesville, Springboro, and Summit Twp.

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290 S 4th St
Conneaut Lake, PA
16316