Why did PSD Finn go to the Edmonton Riverhawks game? Because he heard someone was stealing bases.
The Edmonton Riverhawks hosted their annual First Responders Night against the Kelowna Falcons this weekend.
Before the game, fans could meet and greet several units outside of RE/MAX Field, like EDD Razz and PSD Finn from the Canine Unit, as well as DEOPS and the Historical Unit.
Inside the field, the EPS pipe band and Guard of Honour lead Acting Chief Warren Driechel and Edmonton Fire Rescue Service Chief Joe Zatylny to the mound to deliver the first pitch.
The EPS Choir sang a perfect pitch, Oh Canada, followed by a moment of silence for fallen EPS members Cst. Jordan and Cst. Ryan, as well as RCMP fallen member Cst. Dhami.
Air1 circled the field, and then it was game on until the mid-inning tug-of-war games began.
RTC 157 won against both Edmonton Emergency Medical Services and Strathcona Fire Services.
The Riverhawks won 6-0 to cap off the night.
Thank you to the Riverhawks for inviting EPS to play such a large part. See you next year!