Last night’s meeting/training was packed FULL of information about Winter Fire School. Several of our firefighters were able to attend. A few of the breakouts covered were the 60 Things You Were Never Taught in Fire School, Hoarder Homes: Piles of Hazards for Firefighters, and The Art of Reading Smoke. As we get the printouts … Continue reading February 11th Meeting/Training Recap
The second meeting of January began with festivities! Junior Firefighter Alex received a cake from Chief Lane and the rest of the firefighters! After that, several firefighters were fitted for turnout gear, while others helped unpack the department’s new tables and chairs. The addition of these new tables and chairs will greatly expand seating for … Continue reading January 28th Meeting Overview
The volunteer firefighters of the WFPD started 2020 off with some great training on January 14, 2020! Our department received a shipment of composite bottles, which will supplement our supply of aluminum bottles for our SCBAs. Chief Rob Lane explained that these new composite bottles are lighter and will last longer than the aluminum bottles. … Continue reading First Training of 2020!
As part of our efforts to provide care to those we serve, the WFPD encourages all of our firefighters to pursue their CPR training and certification! Today, members of the WFPD headed out to Tightwad Fire Department to gain or renew this CPR certification! Working together, they practiced their skills and are proud to be … Continue reading CPR Certification for WFPD Firefighters!
Thanks in no small part to Debbie and Drew Stowe and the WFPD Board, the WFPD Christmas Banquet was a huge hit and was bigger than ever! With most of our firefighters and their families in attendance, a great location, and the perfect atmosphere, this year’s party was a fantastic experience! The evening began with … Continue reading WFPD Christmas Banquet Bigger Than Ever!
Hello, everyone! Sam here with the next installment in the “What’s In/What’s On” Series! In this series, we are telling you about our gear, trucks, and volunteers in the Warsaw Fire Protection District so you can get to know more about our resources and capabilities. We have had an overwhelmingly positive response to the series … Continue reading What’s on P/T #01?
As with every meeting/training night, we begin with a recap of events and calls the department has responded to since the previous meeting. This meeting covered two calls which no firefighter enjoys talking about (as evidenced in recent news reports). We will not go into detail about those calls on our website out of respect … Continue reading Highlights from Last Night’s Meeting