Alderson Energy Express had an exciting third week. On Wednesday, July 20, the Alderson Volunteer Fire Department and EMS came to visit. Michelle Galford read the children a story featuring Winnie the Pooh and his friends rescuing a dying tree during a drought. Then, Galford and her partner, Brandon Jones, showed the children of Energy Express the ambulance. The kids were allowed to climb inside the ambulance, scope it out and ask questions. Alderson Energy Express is still looking for volunteers. Call Anna at 304-660-5453 for more information.
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