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27 September, 2020
NJ Fire Museum and Fallen Firefighter Memorial - 2020 Open House
September 27, 2020 Allentown, NJ

Sunday, September 27, 2020
4 Polhemustown Road
Allentown, NJ

Join us for a day with the family. See firsthand the history of the NJ Fire Service and honor NJ Emergency Responders.

-Fallen Firefighter Memorial Service at 1PM
-Kids activities
-Photo opportunity
-Reference and historic material library

(A joint effort of The New Jersey Division of Parks and Forestry and NJ Fire Museum)

Phone: 732-446-3728
Contact Person: Judy Carr
4 October, 2020
2nd Annual Fire Service Seminart
October 4, 2020 Jackson Township, NJ

2nd Annual Fire Service Seminar - Featuring 2 Seminars
Sunday, October 4, 2020 in Jackson Township, New Jersey

SESSION 1: Presented by FDNY Battalion Chief Christpher Eysser & FDNY Lieutenant William Hickey
This presentation is an interactive discussion on tower ladder placement. Through discussion we review how to prepare, rehearse, and execute tower ladder placement. Included in the discussion are considering building construction, occupancy, placement obstructions and overall objectives. The course is for all firefighters and ranks.

SESSION 2: Presented by FDNY FF Paul Hashagen, Rescue 1 (retired)
The fireground can be a chaotic place for even the most seasoned firefighter or fire officer. What can happen? Things overlooked. Things misunderstood. Lessons NOT learned. Bad attitudes. Weak training. Letting your guard down. They can all lead to “Firefighter Chaos”! This program will discuss ways to get it right. An outstanding program from all ranks.

Two great training sessions being presented by an amazing lineup of three seasoned instructors from the FDNY.
Don't miss this great training opportunity on October 4, 2020 in Jackson, NJ.

Price: $45.00 per person

Register at:

Email questions at:


Firefighter Paul Hashagen is a 40-year veteran of the fire service. He retired from the Fire Department of New York (FDNY) after 25 years of service, with 20 of those years in Rescue Company 1. Hashagen is a former chief of the Freeport (NY) Fire Department and is still an active member of Truck Company 1. He has written several books and numerous stories on the history of the fire service including Fire Department City of New York: The Bravest; An Illustrated History 1865-2002; and One Hundred Years of Valor: Rescue Company 1 New York City Fire Department Rescue 1915-2015.

Chief Christopher G. Eysser has been in fire service since 1991. He has been a member of the FDNY since 1995 and is currently a Battalion Chief assigned to Battalion 50. His previous assignments include Captain of Ladder Co. 120 (Watkins Street), Lieutenant in Ladder Co. 124 (Tonka Truck), and Firefighter in Ladder Co. 111 (The Nuthouse). He serves as an adjunct instructor for the FDNY fire academy. He also serves as an Instructor at the Nassau County Fire Service Academy on Long Island NY. He is a member of the Syosset Fire Department Ladder Co. 2 in Nassau County, NY and is a member of NFPA Committee 1971 & 1851.

Lieutenant William Hickey is a 20 year veteran of the FDNY. He is currently assigned to Ladder Company 155 “The Vipers Nest” in Division 13, Queens. Previous assignments included Engine 231, rotation firefighter at Tower Ladder 105 on 9/11, and had served as a chauffeur in Ladder Company 120 for 13 years. Will is part of the CTTF team and a proud member of the Lt. Thomas F. Healy Foundation “Helping FDNY Families With Cancer”.

Event Sponsors:
Pin The Q
Firefighter Proving Grounds
Gettin Salty Apparel
Fire Books of New York
Shut Up and Train

Phone: 732-502-8060
Contact Person: Donald Colarusso
30 October, 2020
Firehouse Expo Conference and Exhibition Moves to October 2020!
October 30, 2020 November 1, 2020 Nashville, TN

Firehouse Expo 2020

Location: Music City Center in Nashville, TN

Contact Person: Firehouse Expo
5 December, 2020
Putnam Lake Volunteer Fire Department's 14th Annual Holiday Parade & Tree Lighting
December 5, 2020 Patterson, NY

Putnam Lake Volunteer Fire Department's
14th Annual Holiday Parade & Tree Lighting

Saturday, December 5, 2020 (Snow date, Sunday, December 6, 2020)

Take the entire family and join us in bringing in the Holiday Season. There will be a parade of lights with fire trucks, floats and much, much more ...
Tree Lighting
And of course...Santa
Please bring a non-perishable food item for the New Life Christian Church Food Bank which serves our community.

Contact persons: Ladies Auxiliary of PLFD
Co-Chairperson Dr. Lucinda Johnson at 1-845-270-1029
Co-Chairperson Barbara Ras at 1-845-309-2853

Peggy Burns at 1-845-279-9259 and email at and Firefighter Krystal Doyle at email

Contact Person: Peggy Burns
20 February, 2021
Long Island's Fire, Rescue & EMS Mega Show
February 20, 2021 February 21, 2021 Brentwood, NY

Suffolk Community College

Saturday 10am-4pm
Sunday 10am-4pm

Contact Person: Suffolk Community College Brentwood Campus
3 August, 2020
Pike County Emergency Management - Upcoming EMT class
August 3, 2020 January 16, 2021 Lords Valley, PA

Pike County Training Center, 135 Pike County Boulevard, Lords Valley

The Pike County Training Center will offer an Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) course from August 3, 2020 through January 16, 2021, with most classes held on Monday and Wednesday evenings. The cost is $650 per student, with no charge for Pike County responders who belong to an agency.

Individuals seeking to become a member of a local agency may be eligible for scholarship assistance through the Pike County Emergency Services Initiative Fund administered by the Greater Pike Community Foundation (GPCF). This fund was made possible by founding gifts from the law firm of Weinstein, Zimmerman & Ohliger; William Lovejoy; and individuals who generously supported the recent NEPA Gives day of philanthropy. Gifts to the fund can be made online at or checks can be made payable to GPCF/PCESI and mailed to P.O. Box 992, Milford, PA 18337.

"This course is a good opportunity for someone who has been considering becoming an EMT to sign up now. Hopefully, the scholarships available from the Pike County Emergency Services Initiative Fund (PCESI) will attract new volunteers and create a stronger support network of emergency responders at a time when these services are particularly important in our County," says GPCF Executive Director, Jennifer Hamill.

The upcoming EMT course will include 189 hours of training covering segments including: Foundation, Medical, Trauma, Capstone, and National Preparation. Maximum class size is 20.

Registration and orientation is Monday, August 3, at 6:30 p.m., at the Pike County Training Center, located at 135 Pike County Boulevard, in Lords Valley. The full course schedule can be obtained by emailing Director of Operations Jordan Wisniewski at

Contact Person: Jordan Wisniewski