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Maine Fire Rescue

for firefighters and EMS personnel from the pine tree state

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New Fire station

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45th Annual Firefighter's Convention

Started by Josh Martin Mar 16, 2008. 0 Replies

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Comment by robert webber on February 1, 2010 at 5:12pm
looking for maine tribal police-ems-fire dept patches.Also maine tribal wardens patches.
Comment by robert webber on June 3, 2009 at 11:58pm
CAN ANY HELP ME WITH A SET OF THE ANDROSCOGGIN REGION CORBA HAZ MAT PATCHES?

BOB
Comment by Dustin on May 24, 2009 at 9:19am
Whats going on Maine? Naval Air Station Brunswick here as well as a vollie for Cape Elizabeth FD.
Comment by limerick on May 17, 2009 at 2:56pm
anybody here from brunswick,, i just got accepted as a live-in student there and want to know any info that might help for a new guy to your dept.
Comment by rich smith on February 17, 2009 at 6:02pm
whats up mainers??
Comment by gregg robert on February 8, 2009 at 9:01pm
whats going on in 09?
Comment by Rusty R. on September 28, 2008 at 8:42pm
Southern New England F.O.O.L.S.
(FRATERNAL ORDER OF LEATHERHEADS)
2nd annual H.O.T. Weekend!
“Hands On Training”
October 24th, 25th, & 26th 2008
Old Wood School , 202 South Street, Plainville, MA 02762

TRAINING TOPICS:
Engine Company Operation
Vent, Enter, Search
Handling Your MAYDAY
Rope Assisted Search
Firefighter Rescue
Auto Extrication
Training provided by some of the best local and nationally recognized Fire Instructors
Full Course Descriptions - Click Here


TRAINING SCHEDULE:
Friday Night Seminar: Learning From Loss -
Presented by Chief John McLaughlin, Clinton, Mass. (1900-2200hrs)
Saturday: 8 Hours of Hands-On Training (0800-1700hrs)
Saturday Night: Brotherhood Bash (2000-???hrs)
Sunday: 4 Hours of Hands-On Training (0800-1200hrs)

COSTS:
Friday Night Seminar is only $25
Hands-On Training (for both Saturday & Sunday):
$150 for FOOLS members $175 for non-members
(Free Lunch provided both days)
Brotherhood Bash is free and open to all attendees
Lodging: Special room rates are available and reserved at the Holiday Inn, 31 Hampshire St., Mansfield, MA 02048. 508.339.2200 www.holidayinn.com/bos-mansfield
Book your room under Southern New England FOOLS


Register Now!!
Get your Registration Form and Waiver Agreement here!!
Pay your training fees, fast and easy, through our online store!!!
or
Please make sure to fill out both forms and mail them with payment to
the address listed on the waiver form.
Comment by Rusty R. on August 5, 2008 at 10:28pm
2nd Annual New England FOOLS Harbor Cruise

August 14th beginning at 1900 hours.

The boat is ALL OURS for two hours.

A night of FOOLishness on the high seas!

www.portsmouthharborcruises.com

We're limited, email PJ if you're planning on attending, tugjake@comcast.net.

$10 per person, payable to the Chapter.
Comment by Rusty R. on June 11, 2008 at 10:34pm
New England FOOLS Summer School 2008.

Single day applications being taken!

July 11-13, www.NEFOOLS.org for more!
Comment by Rusty R. on May 31, 2008 at 1:36pm
New England FOOLS
Summer School
2008

July 11th, 12th and 13th 2008


Friday July 11th 1900 hours

Saturday and Sunday, July 12th and 13th 0800-1700 hours


Fri night: Keynote speaker Lt. Dave Gallagher presents his Big Truck, Little Crew approach to short staffed companies at the Georgetown Country Club, Andover St Georgetown Ma

Sat/Sun: Hands-on at the acquired structure 20 Parish Rd, Georgetown Ma

Cost: $150 FOOLS Members, $175 non-members; lunch included both days

Friday Evening Lecture only: $25.00

So, you missed Spring Training again, eh? Heard about it from a Brother? Wanted to go to the April FOOLS training but just had to rearrange that sock drawer, or was it wash your hair? Well, just like 3rd grade you get a second chance!

Here is Summer School 2008. Join the Georgetown Fire Department and the New England FOOLS for skill stations and real-time evolutions in an acquired farmhouse that is sure to make for a weekend not to be missed! We know where they were in March;
Let’s find out yet again “where have all the firemen gone…”

• Vent/Enter/Search, what every big city and small town “truckie” should know.
• Forcible Entry means never having to knock twice.
• SCBA Confidence and Mayday recognition, you’ll be a-mazed what you don’t know!
• Firefighter Self-Survival Skills, so that Everyone Goes Home.

For further information and downloadable application visit www.NEFOOLS.org.

Application Deadline: July 4th 2008

Make checks payable to: New England FOOLS Inc.
Mail to: Summer School 2008
C/o New England FOOLS
P.O. Box 109
Georgetown, MA 01833
 

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