Hartford County Hoseline

October 2006 Issue


NATIONAL FIRE PREVENTION WEEK

October 8th thru October 14th marks the date for “National Fire Prevention Week” in the USA. During this time many memorial services, fire awareness programs and activities will be held throughout CT.

The Hartford County Fire Emergency Plan 56th Annual Memorial Service honoring deceased firefighters will be hosted by the North Thompsonville Fire Department on Sunday, October 1. 2006. This year’s service will be held at St .Adalberts Church on Alden Street in Enfield, CT.

A procession of firefighters will assemble at the corner of Alden Street and Enfield Street (Rt. 5) at 18:00 hours and proceed to march to the church where a memorial service will begin at 19:00 hours. There is a Ed Stebens Glass business on the corner of the street to be used as a landmark and there is also a traffic light. There is plenty of parking.

Directions to NTVFD: Take I-91 north to exit 49 at the end of the exit take left on to US RT. 5 (Enfield Street), the station is ½ mile on the left at the traffic light on the corner of Brainard Road.

Following the Memorial Service refreshments will be served at the North Thompsonville Fire Department.

HELP!!! is still needed from all Departments Chiefs and members of the HCFEP.
To make this year’s memorial service a huge success,
we need your presence at the service.

NATIONAL FIRE PREVENTION WEEK - OCTOBER 8th - 14th

October 8th marks the start of National Fire Prevention Week throughout the U.S. This year’s theme focuses on “Prevent Cooking Fires - WATCH WHAT YOU HEAT”

Based on a NEPA survey (www.nfpa.org) did you know that:

SAFETY TIPS:

ALSO:

NEWS FROM AROUND HARTFORD COUNTY

Rumors have been spreading amongst HCFEP members that Chief DiPace and his crew from the Avon Fire Department have been on the lookout for the turkeys that are enroute to arrive at the Avon Fire Dept. on Wednesday November, 15th. The rumor is true, and the Avon Fire Dept. Will be hosting the Annual Thanksgiving Dinner and the planned meeting that night. So mark your calendar ahead of time and plan to attend the planned meeting and dinner. More details will be available in the November Hoseline.

FROM THE DESK OF THE SECRETARY JOHN COELHO

To all County Chiefs, Training Officers and House Captains, if there are any changers or information about your department that needs sharing, please let me know ASAP, so that I can include it in the next print of the Hoseline. If there has been a line of Duty Death, a department member has answered his or her last alarm, please let me know as soon as possible so that I can make sure that their name is added to the list and not forgotten at the Annual Hartford County Memorial Service which is held in October during National Fire Prevention Week. Also if someone is sick or in or in the hospital please forward me their names so it can be read off at the board meetings and plan meetings. You can e-mail me at johnsechcfep@yahoo.com or mail the information to me at PO Box 447, Plainville, CT. 06062 or you can fax me at 860 747-2137 or call me on my cell phone at 860 573-5641.

 

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2006 FIREFIGHTERS MEMORIAL SERVICE EVENTS

OCTOBER 1, 2006 HARTFORD COUNTY FIRE EMERGENCY PLAN

The Hartford County Fire Emergency Plan 56th Annual Memorial Service is scheduled to be held on Sunday, October 1, at St. Adalberts Church in Enfield. This year’s service sponsored by the North Thompsonville Fire Department and will begin at 18:00 hours at the corner of Alden and Enfield Street (RT.5) The memorial service at the church will begin at 19:00 hours.

 

OCTOBER 6,7,8 NATIONAL FIRE ACADEMY, EMMITTSBURG, MD.

The National Fire Academy at Emmittsburg, MD. will be having their Twenty-Five Annual Fallen Firefighters Memorial Service starting on Friday, October 6, and ending on Sunday, October 8, 2006. A reading of names of the firefighters that have die in the LINE OF DUTY and this year’s list has 107 of firefighters in the US.

 

OCTOBER 15, 2006 CONNECTICUT FIRE ACADEMY

On Sunday, October 15, at 14:00 hours a Memorial Service will be held at the Firefighters Memorial at the Connecticut Fire Academy, Firefighters Memorial Drive ( Perimeter Rd.), Windsor Locks, CT. Refreshments will be served following the service.

 


PLEASE NOTE:

All of the above services require Class A uniforms (if possible)

To make these memorial services one of the best yet, we need your help. Please Make an effort to show your support and attend these services and bring along Your family members as well. They are always welcome.


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