CRWF Celebrates National First Responders Day

Pamela Krausz, former 4th VP and the director of community outreach, along with Camarillo Firefighters

On National First Responders Day, October 28, 2021, Pamela Krausz, former 4th VP and the director of community outreach, along with her team of volunteering members at Camarillo RWF initiated and led a community effort expressing appreciation and acknowledgment to the first responders through serving them with fresh homemade cookies at their station and their houses. Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs), paramedics, firefighters, and police officers are the key elements of a safe neighborhood with happy residents and business owners.

Crime free communities, gang free schools, and safe roads are the result of having hard working first responders among us who take their jobs seriously and risk their lives.     Members at CRWF pay close attention to our heroes and have always kept the law enforcements and their families close to their hearts knowing they will   be there for them and will run first to save whomever asks for their help. It is our obligation to value them and take some time out of our busy day to knock on their doors to say thank you. 


In 2022, Terri Conlee, the upcoming community outreach director, will lead this devine mission hoping to once again recreate a team of volunteers who wish to send thanks.



  • Giving back to the community
  • Being a mentor to the young generation to appreciate those who keep us safe
  • Acknowledging their dedication to keep us safe
  • We are all a family 


Join us to send our thanks together!

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