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Thank you all who supported our Santa's Parade Toys-For-Tots Drive on Saturday 12/11. We collected 3 boxes full of toys and $184 in donations to Toys-for-Tots. We are sorry we could not drive down every street in the district, but due to time and weather, we had to limit to the 23 stops in the district.
If you wanted to donate and you missed us, donations can be dropped off at the Firehouse during our Monthly Breakfast on 12/12 from 7:30-11:30 AM. And Santa will be back on 12/18 for our kid's Christmas Party.
Congratulations to our recent BEFO Graduates
On June 26th, 7 of our members completed their Basic Exterior Firefighting Operations course. The first step to becoming interior firefighters! The course consists of 80 hours of classroom and hands-on skills learning. All of the members at Speigltown Fire want to congratulate you!
CONGRATULATIONS DEPUTY CHIEF BRAD MALONEY
PYX 106's February First-Responder of the Month!
We want to congratulate our own Deputy Chief Maloney who was selected as WPYX 106.5 (FM) Classic Rock radio station in Albany as their First Responder of the Month. Chief Maloney was nominated by his daughter Noelle.
The PYX 106 first responder of the month is sponsored by Community Resource Federal Credit Union.
You can listen to Pyx 106 hosts Quinn & Cantara, interview brad on their morning show Quinn & Cantara in the Morning
You can use this link to nominate a first responder on the Community Resource Federal Credit Unions website.
THANK YOU PAST CHIEF WILLIAM MALONEY!
After 8 years, Chief Maloney has retired from his position as the Chief of the Speigletown Fire Company. We want to offer him a huge THANK YOU and CONGRATULATIONS for his years of service.
We would also like to congratulate Chief Larry Funk and Assistant Chief Dean Rysedorph, and the new firematic and board officers of the Speigletown Fire Compay!
NEW FIREFIGHTING GEAR
Thanks to a grant obtained by Assistant Chief Funk, we have obtained new firefighting gear for all of our active members. New gear includes coats and bunker pants from Quaker, new Hoods, Gloves, Boots, and Helmets. This new gear replaces our gear that was 10+ years old and becoming unsafe to use in emergency situations. This new gear will continue to protect us as we serve the community. Thank you Chief Funk and the, and the committee that reviewed gear over the last 10 months!
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