Mission: Fire protection programs: responded to approximatley 200 fire/rescue calls, including structure fires, brush fires, emergency medical services calls. Supported dozens of public education demonstrations, and special event stand-bys. Replaced worn our and damaged personal protective equipment, and purchased firefighter supplies, tools and equipment. Conducted weekly training of all volunteer firefighters, and reimbursed volunteers for advanced firefighter training. Maintained and repaired vehicles, equipment and facilities essential to our primary mission. Conducted a volunteer recruitment campaign. Supported our chartered boy scout and cub scout troop.
Programs: Purchased and maintained volunteer firefighter uniforms, protective clothing, tools, and equipment
conducted a volunteer firefighter recruitment program including a new recruitment sign, as well as a firefighter retention program including tuition reimbursement for targeting training, and rehabilitation supplies (drinks and food on fire scenes), and conference attendance.
fire station & vehicle maintenance and insurance, including fire station occupancy and supplies, and telephone/it expenses required to provide fire rescue services.
public eduction, and youth programs. Support to our affiliated boy scout troop and cub scout pack. Sponsored a firefighter holiday outreach program that reached over 600 children in our primary respinse area.
Four Communities Fire Dept has served their area since 1951. They need the support of the community with donations and volunteers to protect the area. I spent 20 years there a volunteer fire fighter and a board member. I had some of the most rewarding times of my life there. Wish I could still do it but can not because of health reasons but still support them and always will. Remember your life or your families may depend on on these dedicated VOLUNTEERS.
Four Communities Fire Dept has been protecting this area since the 1950's long before we had county fire stations. They continue to serve with out pay, putting in long hours, leaving their families to help others in time of need. I have seen first hand the great work they do fighting fires, responding to accidents and medical calls. They need all the community support that they can get. Many out here owe them for saving their property and their lives. There are true American Heroes that serve our area.