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Ambulance service given helping hand

The Bermuda Power Boat Association showed their appreciation to St Johns Ambulance by donating $2000 to the charity.

On the donation, BPBA Commodore Robert Cardwell said: “The Ambulance crews working on our sidelines are part of the BPBA executive team and are always the constant professionals. “Safety for our participating race teams is paramount and always at the forefront of every decision.

“This $2,000 donation to St Johns is a sincere thank you for all the support BPBA has already received and will receive in the future facilitating off shore power boat racing in Bermuda.”

Helping hand: BPBA Rear Commodore Andrew Cottingham, left, St John's Deputy Commissioner Jeffrey Borges, BPBA Commodore Robert Cardwell, BPBA Deputy Commodore David Selley, BPBA Flag Officer Henry Talbot and BPBA Treasurer Richard Davidge

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Published January 09, 2020 at 5:37 pm (Updated January 09, 2020 at 5:37 pm)

Ambulance service given helping hand

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