2022 was a pretty average year for the Cherry County Hospital Ambulance Service. Cherry County EMS was called out to 560 calls for service, which would include anything from Football and Rodeo standbys to patient transfers and 911 calls. This continuing education trainings and courses. Cherry County EMS serves eastern Cherry County to about Eli, with mutual aid calls made to western Cherry County, northern Brown and western Keya Paha counties, plus mutual aid into South Dakota for the Rosebud Ambulance Service. Cherry County Hospital Ambulance Service currently has 27 members on its roster. At last months meeting, EMS members voted on positions for Presidents, Safety Officer and Driver Trainer. Elected Driver trainer for the next two years, Sam Day, Safety Officer Kay Reese, Secretary Bobbie Jo Roshone and President Duane Lamb, for two year terms. Service recognition awards were also presented to Sam Day for 10 years of service, Kay Reese and Vicki Carini, 15 years, Shirley Kroeger for 20 years of service, Doug Kroeger for 30, and John Hanzlicek for 35 years of service to the area with the Cherry County Hospital Ambulance Service.