This Week Is Designated As Fire Prevention Week!
In reality we should practice Fire Prevention every day to protect ourselves and loved ones. Below are some important tips we can use in our daily lives.
1. One of the most important tips to save lives is to have a properly functiong smoke and carbon monoxide detectors. ...
(if they're over 10 years old, replace them)
2. Don't Smoke In The House!
3. Keep matches and lighters away from children.
4. Don't leave fires unattended, including candles.
5. Make sure the stove is turned off.
6. Have fire extinguishers handy and know how to use them.
7. Don't overload electrical outlets or use extension cords together.
8. Remove ashes from stoves and fireplaces and place in approved containers AWAY FROM THE STUCTURE.
9. Teach children the importance of fire safety.
10. Have an emergency plan that you practice.
Check your smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors frequently!
NORTH WARREN VOLUNTEER
FIRE & RESCUE
Proudly serving our community through the joint effort of
volunteer and career personnel.
The purpose of North Warren Volunteer Fire & Rescue of Warren County Virginia is to provide emergency and public services to any resident within Warren County, visitor to our county, or any mutual jurisdiction requesting assistance. These services may include but are not limited to fire prevention, suppression activities, emergency medical service, rescue, or education and public services.
Celebration/Meeting Hall Available
We have a beautiful hall for all of your events.
Click On "Celebration/Meeting Hall" Tab On Left For Further Details
Practice Fire Safety With Your Family - Have An Escape Plan In Place
The sad state of affairs the volunteer fire & EMS companies are facing in the United States and
Our crew attending the 2019 Fire Academy
FRIENDS, NEIGHBORS, CITIZENS OF WARREN COUNTY! Recruitment Flyer
The North Warren Volunteer Fire and Rescue Needs You!
The North Warren Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company is looking for additional help in providing
Emergency services to our community. The NWVFR responds to over 1700 request for help each
year. The North Warren District has seen much growth in retail and industry as well as residential
homes in the last few years. This puts great demand on the volunteer fire companies in
WE NEED YOUR HELP!
This is your way of giving back to the community. It’s also a unique way of protecting
your loved ones and your home.
If responding to emergencies is not your interest you could help on the support side by assisting
with fund raisers and special functions.
"NWVFR Is An Integral Part Of The Warren County Fire And Rescue Services".
Ambulance and Fire training is provided locally.
WHAT’S IN IT FOR ME?
Excitement, Camaraderie, Satisfaction of helping others, social activities the whole family can
be involved in.
Benefits of Becoming a Volunteer:
· Free gym membership.
· Warren County sponsored tax credit for being a Volunteer.
· Training and equipment at no cost to you.
· Heritage and camaraderie that is a tradition in the fire service.
· Excitement that comes with running emergency calls.
· Learning leadership skills.
· Resume Builder.
“HOMETOWN HEROES” benefits. (Discounts at various businesses locally)
Come by the station and talk to one of the members and pick up an application. Take a tour
of the station! If no one’s at the station at that particular time you can print out an application
Fire & Rescue office at 200 Skyline Vista Dr. (across from high school) WCFR
Be of good moral character. Applicant must have no conviction for arson, controlled substance,
theft, or robbery within ten years prior to applying for membership. Applicant must have no
prior convictions for sex offenses and if required a DMV report must be submitted prior to the
applicant being voted on for full membership.
Must get fingerprinted per state law.
To all our friends and supporters of North Warren Fire and Rescue,
the board of directors has decided not to hold our July and August pancake breakfasts.
This decision was made after evaluating related income versus expenses which revealed
very little profit the first half of this year. We will be discussing the status of this and
other fundraising efforts at our next membership meeting. As always, we greatly appreciate
the community's continued support of our organization as we move forward.
THE CALL - Portrait of American Volunteer Firefighters
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Chief - Reggie Fritts
President - Ray Warriner
Vice President - Dave Moler
Secretary - Jennifer Urfer
Treasurer - Jennifer Horne
BOD: Reggie Fritts,
If you have used our celebration/meeting hall we would welcome any feedback you may have. In 2019 we are making changes so the hall has multifunctional use. This includes weddings and receptions, dances, business meetings, training classes, banquets, dinners, and more. This year there are plans to upgrade the bathrooms, curtains, new paint and maximize use of the commercial kitchen. The rental hall is a major fund raiser for NWVFR as we prepare to replace the Rescue/Engine next year at a cost of over $500,000. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org with any feedback that will allow us to serve you better.
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