The Local 1945 (PFA Firefighters) with partnership of the Kristi Visocky Memorial Foundation were able to provide 288 coats to our community this week. 258 of those went directly to PSD schools. The other....
Every day, children are born with muscular dystrophy and adults are diagnosed with ALS and other life-threatening diseases that take away their most basic freedoms - like walking, talking, eating, hugging, and ultimately life itself.
For more than sixty years, firefighters have been Filling the Boot on street corners (and I'll still be there!)- raising money to help MDA fight back.
On February 28, we learned that more than 25 members were exposed and subsequently quarantined in Washington state in relation to calls they ran to the nursing home where it has been confirmed that the first death from the coronavirus occurred.
Coming to terms with a traumatic event is always difficult. If you’re a fire fighter or paramedic struggling with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), you know that symptoms can interfere with your personal and professional life.
A new article has been published discussing the use of an app that may benefit firefighters throughout their careers. The app is called The National Fire Operations Reporting System (NFORS) Exposure Tracker and it allows firefighter to track their exposure to carcinogens in real-time while they are at work.
Click here to read the article and learn more about the benefits of the app.
PARKING LOT BEER FESTIVAL 12:00PM -3:00PM : We are hosting 14 breweries, including Weldwerks, Horse & Dragon, Cerebral, Outer Range, Odell & New Belgium just to name a few, to set up in our parking lot! Beers will be sold individually for $5 per beer, buy beer tickets, redeem tickets with the brewery for a full pour.