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15 October, 2021
EMS Council of NJ plans in-person October 2021 symposium & trade show
October 15, 2021 October 17, 2021 Parsippany, NJ

Save the Date!

After COVID-19 forced cancellation of our annual convention in 2020, the EMS Council of New Jersey is planning a return to our full, in-person event Oct. 15-17, 2021 in Parsippany, NJ.

WHO: EMS Council of New Jersey

WHAT: Annual Symposium & Trade Show, with CEU classes & presentations, vendors, awards banquet, antique ambulances, tricky tray auction, Toys for Tots collection

WHEN: Friday, Oct. 15-Sunday, Oct. 17, 2021

WHERE: Sheraton Parsippany Hotel, 199 Smith Road, Parsippany, NJ 07054

Room registration is open. Be sure to specify you are part of the EMSCNJ convention.

Contact Person: Sylvie Mulvaney
17 October, 2021
10th Annual Tyler Rush Memorial Scholarship Fund Car & Truck Show, presented by Live Oak Engine Co. #1
October 17, 2021 Tarrytown, NY

Sunday October 17th 2021
Rain date Sunday October 24th
660 White Plains Road
Tarrytown, NY 10591

Show hours 8AM-3PM, Judging ends at noon
Registration begins at 8am
$20 per vehicle, all years & makes welcome
Spectators free

Westchester's largest big rig show!
Over 100 trophies, including people's choice!

-Live music
-Food & Drinks

*Please no pets or alcohol!

Phone: 914-760-4315
Contact Person: Tony
23 October, 2021
Bay Shore-Brightwaters Rescue Ambulance Youth Squad Pancake Breakfast Fundraiser
October 23, 2021 Bay Shore, NY

Come out and support your future EMTs with a delicious stack of pancakes, sausage, bacon, fruits, juice, coffee and tea!

Adults: $10 (11 years +)
Veterans & Seniors: $8 (65 years +)
Children: $8 (10 years and under)

Location: 911 Aletta Place, Bay Shore, NY 11706

*Breakfast boxes to go available*

Phone: 631-525-1808
Contact Person: Matt Phillips
2 November, 2021
Taking Care of Our Own LODD Class
November 2, 2021 Beavercreek, OH

The National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and the Ohio Federation of Fire Chaplains are teaming up to bring us this training program to help fire chiefs and chaplains prepare for the worst: a line-of-duty death or serious injury. Developed by fire service personnel and families who have lost a firefighter in the line of duty, the class covers pre-incident planning, survivor notification, family and co-worker support, and benefits and resources available to the families. You’ll go home with specific ideas, practical information, real-world insights, and valuable materials. The class is FREE, but seating is limited. Visit to register.

Phone: 937-426-0973
Contact Person: Chaplain Dave Williamson
27 November, 2021
Wallington Fire Department 2021 Holiday Parade
November 27, 2021 Wallington, NJ

The Wallington Fire Department is announcing the return of its Holiday Parade on Saturday, Nov. 27, 2021 at 6 pm. This 2-mile parade is America’s oldest nighttime firefighter’s holiday parade of lighted and decorated fire trucks and floats, featuring 2,500 participants and over 250 fire trucks from the Tri-State area, which weaves through the streets of Wallington where many residents kickoff the Holiday Season with front yard tailgate parties with family and friends.

The pandemic has affected everyone in one way or another and we hope the return of the Holiday Parade will continue to pave the road back to normalcy. It has been two decades and right after 9/11 since the concept of ushering the holiday season was conceived. Marking these solemn milestones of the 20th anniversary of 9/11 and the Wallington Fire Department’s first major event since the beginning of the pandemic, we hope all can reflect on how our society has changed and remember all of the loved ones lost.

Richard Pelcher, the parade’s Co-Chairman states, “The original idea was to lift the spirits of everyone post-9/11 and it echo’s similar sentiments today post-pandemic. We want to bring the spirit of the holidays back for everyone and most importantly the children of our community that have become accustomed to this tradition for many years.”

To all our communities, especially Wallington residents, we, the Wallington Fire Department is well aware of our recent floods due to Hurricane Ida, and we wish you a quick a full recovery. To lift your spirits we hope you and your families join us as spectators and/or participants in celebrating a much needed CELEBRATIONS OF THE HOLIDAYS.

The parade begins at the intersection of Mt.Pleasant and Azalea Avenues, and concludes with our post parade celebration of refreshments, music and the awarding of our parade trophies.

Any organization, business, or community member who wishes to participate in the parade is encouraged to register, but must decorate their floats with themes that celebrate the holiday season.

For Photos or more information please email or call the below contact.

Wallington NJ is situated about 2 miles west of MetLife Stadium in lower Bergen County, NJ.

Phone: (973) 473-7612
Contact Person: Rich Pelcher
27 November, 2021
2021 Holiday Parade Hosted by Totowa & West Paterson Fire Departments
November 27, 2021 Totowa, NJ

Starting at 515 Union Blvd. in Totowa and ending at 1070 McBride Ave. in Woodland Park.

Kick off the holiday season with a spectacular parade of lights with a special guest appearance by Santa Claus!

For registration and further details please follow us on Facebook at "Totowa & West Paterson Holiday Parade" or contact us via email.

Children toys will be collected along the parade route and donated to Hackensack Meridian Health Joseph M. Sanzari Children's Hospital.

Contact Person: Totowa & West Paterson FDs
5 February, 2022
21st Annual Lt. Andy Fredericks Seminar
February 5, 2022 Tarrytown, NY

Hosted by the Elmsford Fire Department

Saturday, February 5, 2022
Westchester Marriott Hotel
670 White Plains Road (Route 119)
Tarrytown, NY 10591

Registration, refreshments & exhibits begin at 7:30am

Program: 9am-1pm

“The Initial Response Procedures to Elevator Emergency Management”
Presented by Firefighter Mike Dragonetti, Stamford, Ct. Fire Dept., “Dragon Rescue Management”

“Firefighter Safety, From Start to Finish”
Presented by Captain Jim Walsh, FDNY, Retired, Former DES Battalion 14 Deputy Coordinator, Former Dobbs Ferry FD Chief

Proceeds donated to:
-Lt. Andrew Fredericks Scholarship Fund
-Lt. Tyler Rush Memorial Scholarship Fund
-Firemen’s Home, Hudson, N.Y.
-Chief Bob Schnibbe Scholarship Fund

Pre-registration: $35; at the door: $40

Phone: (914) 490-1981
Contact Person: Syd Henry