Photos and text by Kendra Peek.
The Boyle County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy hosted a First Responder Thank You dinner Tuesday night, inviting first responders and their family members from around Boyle County.
About 140 people ate thanks to the event, held at The Showroom. Food was delivered to dispatchers, and to employees at the Boyle County Detention Center and the Emergency Department at the Ephraim McDowell Regional Medical Center. Those who ate also included law enforcement officers, firefighters, paramedics and EMTs, and other community members.
Kendra Peekfirstname.lastname@example.org Ann Nicols, Carla Baker, and Djuana Reed prepare food trays to be delivered to dispatchers, emergency room workers and jail employees during the first responder thank you dinner, help by the Boyle County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy.
Kendra Peekemail@example.com Alane Mills and Brent Blevins served food to EMT student Jimmy Carlton, left, Paramedic Justin Kendrick, EMT Daniel Pilcher, Paramedic Kay Roberts, and Capt. Jon Wesley with Boyle County EMS at the dinner to benefit emergency responders Tuesday night.
Kendra Peekfirstname.lastname@example.org Volunteers Tommy Flanagan, left, and Taylor Shaw, center, fix plates with the help of Patti Chidester, right.
Kendra Peekemail@example.com Ephraim McDowell nurse Fawn Jobe, Emergency Department Director Trina Clarkson, and nurse Crystal Webb at the ASAP Thank You dinner for first responders.
Kendra Peekfirstname.lastname@example.org The Boyle County Agency for Substance Abuse Policy held a “thank you” dinner for first responders Tuesday night at The Showroom on Lebanon Road.