Rockaway Neck gives lesson about ambulances to St. Peter’s Little Peanut Play group

PARSIPPANY — Parsippany-Troy Hills Rockaway Neck Volunteer Ambulance Squad gave a basic overview of the ambulance to students at St. Peters Little Peanuts Play group.

Sister Sylvia Berzinski coordinated the group of children to learn about Rockaway Neck Volunteer Ambulance Squad.

The lesson was on Ambulances and EMT’s helping our community. The members gave the kids and parents a basic overview of what Rockaway Neck Volunteer Ambulance Squad does on a daily basis. They also demonstrated the use of the equipment.

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The St. Peter’s Peanut Playgroup is for preschool children and their parents/guardians. Its purpose is to teach children to interact with each other and act as an emotional support for parents. The group meets every Tuesday from 10:00 a.m. until 11:30 a.m. in the Church Hall. It is open to all children of the parish from birth to age five. Parents must accompany and supervise their children. There are some outings, such as pumpkin picking in October, and occasionally other trips. All parishioners are welcome to join us with their children each week.

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