We have tick spoons.  They are the greatest.  We can remove ticks without
stressing them.  That lessens the chance of tick borne diseases.


On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 8:39 AM, Amberly Brown <[log in to unmask]> wrote:

> Thank you for providing this valuable service for all Lilies attendees.
> One other service they can assist with: Tick removal. They have tweezers
> and steady hands! (past experience speaking. sigh.)
> Amba
> On Wed, May 24, 2017 at 3:18 AM, Gale Smith <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>> A reminder: at the First Aid Services Tent we also have ice, cold water
>> (both site and bottled), cooling cloths, four fans, and cots to lie down
>> upon.  We are located at the intersection of The High Road and Kings'
>> Highway.  You pass us on the way between Camp and Gate and Ice.
>> And, yes we have first aid supplies to treat injuries that do not require
>> advanced life support.  If you cannot come to to us we have a response van
>> that can come to you.  You can contact us in several ways. The first and
>> best way is by radio. There are radios at the First Aid Services Tent and
>> several members of the Lilies staff have radios.  If you cannot find a
>> Lilies staff member with a radio my (Owain, modernly Gale R Smith) cell
>> phone number is 402-310-8362 <(402)%20310-8362>.  If those two options
>> are not available to you, then you can send a runner to the First Aid
>> Services Tent.
>> Since the Board of Directors has disbanded the Chirurgeons and distanced
>> official SCA groups from first aid services, we can no longer receive funds
>> from any official SCA group, that includes Lilies War.  We have to rely on
>> donations to meet our costs.  Costs that are not covered by donations are
>> covered by members of the First Aid Services Team.  Any donation, great or
>> small, has our heartfelt thank yous.
>> in service,
>> Owain
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