Cypress Creek EMS Debuts New Trucks - By Satara Williams
June 15, 2011
On June 9, Northwest Houston residents joined Cypress Creek EMS for a dedication ceremony, welcoming three new emergency trucks before they to take to the roadways.
“It’s a good time for the community to come out and see the vehicles that we’re using and where all their tax dollars and donations are going,” paramedic Graig Temple, who spearheaded the event, said.
Members of the community braved the heat for the celebration as it took place in the CCEMS parking lot, 7111 Five Forks.
In addition to hearing from the executive director of Cypress Creek EMS Brad England, attendees were treated to a speech by Harris County Judge Kent Adams.
“It’s a privilege to be here and actually congratulate this great group,” Kent said. “
Pastor Jay Van Hooser then led the community in prayer, placing a blessing on the vehicles and all those who will enter the trucks in the future.
At the conclusion of the event, residents convened indoors for desserts, refreshments and all-around merrymaking.
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Cypress Creek EMS debuts new trucks
Cypress Creek EMS staffers join at the center, located at 7111 Five Forks, to celebrate the arrival of their new emergency trucks. (photo by SATARA WILLIAMS/THE SUN STAFF)