DARIEN — Members of the Chamber of Commerce had the opportunity to take a closer look at the Darien Emergency Medical Service Thursday evening, as well as the chance to brush up on some CPR.

“It’s such an important part of the Darien community,” said Chamber President Susan Cator, whose daughter participates in the volunteer service. For members, she said, the visit is also a networking opportunity.

Founded in 1970 in cooperation with the Boy Scouts of America, the unique service continues to be run by a team of 100 volunteers, including more than 50 high school students.