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Events

"Life in Full Color": Open House and Fun Run

Date

August 3, 2024

Fun Run

8:30-10 a.m.

Open House

10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Location

Citizens EMS Station

Address

911 S 1st W, Bldg A, Clyde

Register

More Info

Registration is at 7:30 a.m., the race starts at 8:30 a.m., and the Open House is from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Citizens EMS will hold a Fun Run and Open House, during which the community will be able to tour the station and the organization's brand new 2023 ambulance. Citizens EMS will also offer free wellness checks and food by donation.

We will have our Silent Auction Items available to bid on in person for those who cannot participate on our Facebook page. The auction begins August 1. Winners will be announced on August 3 after 3 p.m. Auction items include:

  • Raising Canes - Gift Basket
  • Abuelo's - Gift Card
  • Six Flags Over Texas (Arlington) - 2 One-Day Admission
  • Tito's - Gift Basket
  • Harbor Freight - Gift Card
  • NRH20 (North Richland Hils) - 2 one-day admission tickets
  • Gene and Jerry Jones Foundation (Dallas Cowboys) - 4 count AT&T Stadium VIP Tour Passes
  • BarkBox - Gift certificate for (one) the Super Chewer box includes 2 super tough toys, 2 bags of treats, and 1 surprise item
  • Texas Rangers - Jersey pennant signed by Josh Smith
  • Mister Car Wash - 4 Titanium Exterior wash passes
  • Clyde Super Clean Car Wash (Clyde) - 2 ($60) wash and vacuum passes

About Citizens EMS:

Situated just 20 minutes east of Abilene, Texas, Citizens EMS began as a volunteer service, attaining non-profit status in 1998. Evolving into a paid employee ambulance service, we now serve our rural community with dedication. With 8 full-time and several part-time employees, we cover over 700 square miles of Callahan County. Responding to a variety of emergencies from motor vehicle accidents to medical crises, our service extends along Interstate I-20 and multiple state highways.

Beyond emergency response, our commitment to community health and safety is unwavering. Employees volunteer at local events, offering wellness checks and health information. Stop the Bleed training equips staff and local school personnel to aid students before EMS arrival. Through collaboration with our RAC, we promote bicycle safety and provide free helmets to children and parents.

As a non-profit, privately owned entity, funding can be challenging. Annual events like our Fun Run and Open House help sustain our service. Proceeds support station maintenance, ambulance upkeep, and equipment acquisition, with any surplus directed toward enhancing employee resources for better community service.

The community's generosity has already made a difference, enabling the purchase of portable radios and contributing to an emergency generator project in partnership with the City of Clyde.

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An educational event presented by the Abilene Regional Growth Alliance.

Pet Adoption Event

A program organized by All Kind Animal Initiative.

Vaccine Clinic for Dogs and Cats

A program organized by All Kind Animal Initiative.