EMS Short Story Contest Hosted by Halifax, VT EMS
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Halifax, Vermont (June 3, 2008) – Halifax EMS announces that they will be hosting a nation-wide short story contest with a minimum prize of $1,000 for the first place story. This fund raising effort will split the proceeds between the authors of the top three stories and the newly-formed emergency medical services squad in rural Halifax, Vermont. Author, Chris Bohjalian, will serve as one of the judges.
Short stories must relate to EMS in some manner. Stories are solicited from anyone whether they work as a first responder or not. Stories must be well written and read well for a general audience. At the conclusion of this year’s contest, Halifax EMS will publish a collection of selected stories submitted during the contest.
Anyone interested is encouraged to visit www.HalifaxEMS.org to review the submission guidelines. All submissions must be posted on their website before 01 September 2008.
Halifax EMS is a not-for-profit rapid response medical team of trained and licensed volunteers. They have medical equipment, oxygen and essential tools to provide pre-hospital services to the community of Halifax, Vermont. Halifax is one of the oldest towns in Vermont encompassing approximately forty square miles on the eastern edge of the Green Mountains.
Christina Moore, Chief
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