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News : Firefighters Collect For Muscular Dystrophy
Posted by Randy on 2013/9/3 9:57:06 (216 reads) News by the same author

Firefighters and Fire Explorers collected more than one thousand dollars ($1,027.32) for the Muscular Dystrophy Association over the Labor Day weekend.

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Volunteers contributed a total of 12 hours by conducting a Boot drive at selected intersections in Trenton. The fire department extends a special thanks to everyone who donated and to those who assisted with the collection. Lieutenant Jeremy Summers and ten other persons participated in the annual boot drive collection.

Lt. Jeremy Summers
FF. Robert Romesburg
FF. Jacob Hickman
FF. Chris Bummer
FF. Brendon Cosgrove
FF. Taren Treasure
FF. Klayton Munden
Explorer Capt. Truman Elbert
Explorer Lt. Kelsy Bummer
Explorer Lt. Trevor Johnson
Explorer Eric Schieb


The Trenton Fire Department is once again taking applications for Reserve Firefighters.
Applications can be picked up at the Trenton Fire Department at 17th and Harris. They are to be turned in by Friday September 13th by 5 pm. Testing is Saturday September 14th at 8 am. The testing will be in the Training Room downstairs of the Fire Department. It includes a written exam, a candidate physical ability test and an interview with Fire Department Officers and the Fire Chief.

Any questions regarding the Reserve Firefighter opening or the Testing involved may contact the Fire Department at 660-359-5552

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