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Firefighter Day Set to Wrap Up Fire Prevention Week This Saturday

Firefighter Day Set to Wrap Up Fire Prevention Week This Saturday

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EVENT POSPONED! This event has been postponed due to expected weather and has been rescheduled to Nov 4th, 2023. Photo provided by Randolph County Association of Fire Chiefs via Facebook ASHEBORO N.C. – Sunday marked the start of Fire Prevention Week, and departments throughout Randolph County will be posting information about fire safety leading up to the annual Firefighter Day this Saturday. The Randolph County Association of Fire Chiefs will be hosting its annual Firefighter Day this Saturday, October 14th, 2023, from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM at the Randolph County Courthouse parking lot, located at 176 East Salisbury Street in Asheboro. Most fire departments that serve Randolph County will be present with information about fire safety, a chance to meet your local Firefight...
Randolph County Association of Fire Chiefs Hosts Firefighter Day

Randolph County Association of Fire Chiefs Hosts Firefighter Day

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ASHEBORO, N.C. (RAMSEUR FD) – The Randolph County Association of Fire Chiefs is kicking off the 2022 Fire Prevention Week by hosting an annual Firefighter Day on October 8th , 2022. The event will be held in the Randolph County Courthouse parking lot at 176 East Salisbury Street in Asheboro from 9am – 4pm. The majority of fire departments that serve Randolph County, along with Ash-Rand Rescue Squad and EMS will be present with informational displays, apparatus and personnel. North Carolina Forest Service, Smokey Bear and Sparky the Fire Dog will also be in attendance. Fire prevention materials and three hundred smoke alarms will be given away to attendees. Drop tank operations will be held throughout the day to demonstrate how firefighters haul large volumes of water to the more...
Local Fire Departments Announce Awards and Promotions

Local Fire Departments Announce Awards and Promotions

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Level Cross Fire Department Please join us in congratulating Stephan Arnold for being promoted to the rank of Lieutenant.Lt. Arnold has been with Level Cross Fire Department since February of 2019. During his time here, he has done many great things for our agency. A few of the things he has done has been taking on the training officer role, assisted in implementing updated and efficient response plans, and investing a lot of time into getting Rescue 43 ready and in service. Lt. Arnold has shown his love for the fire service by being a great brother, friend, and leader.Congratulations Lieutenant!!!Facebook Ramseur Fire Department Monday night we had our annual awards banquet. Josie Parrish was voted Most Improved Firefighter by the department’s officers. Josie was also se...