Gamewell Volunteer Fire Department
1:00pm till 4:00pm
Fire Truck Rides and Displays
Free Hotdogs and Drinks
And other prizes
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Open House Gamewell Volunteer Fire Department2806 Morganton Blvd., Lenoir, NC Sunday October 13, 20191:00pm till 4:00pm Sparky the Fire Dog, Freddie the Fire TruckFire Truck Rides and DisplaysFree Hotdogs and DrinksAnd other prizes
FIRE AND RESCUE GRANTS AND RELIEF FUNDSFor Immediate Release Contact: Marla Sink(919) 807-6017December 15, 2017$10,317.50 Grant Awarded to The Gamewell Volunteer Fire Department,Inc.Department of Insurance Sends Award Check for New EquipmentRALEIGH - Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Mike Causey announced thatthe The Gamewell Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. was awarded a $10,317.50 grantthrough the 2017 Volunteer Rescue/EMS Fund from the State of North Carolina.The check will be mail...
We received a FEMA Grant for $115,000.00 to assist with the purchase of a new brush truck. Conngressman Mark Meadows stopped by the station to deliver the check to us. Thankyou Congressman Meadows
Hibriten Firefighter Academy Cadets Smoke the CompetitionStudents from the Hibriten Fire Fighter Academy Captain Preston Hawkins of West Caldwell High School; Captain Brice Bennett, South Caldwell High School; and Firefighter Hunter Vines also from West Caldwell win three of the Top 5 spots in the North Carolina SkillsUSA firefighting competition.Preston Hawkins (student volunteer firefighter at Gamewell Fire Department) won the Intermediate Firefighting Competition at the statewide competition ...
For Immediate Release Contact: Colin Day(919) 807-6014December 15, 2016$12,800.00 Grant Awarded to The Gamewell Volunteer Fire Department,Inc.Department of Insurance Sends Award Check for New EquipmentRALEIGH - Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Wayne Goodwin announcedthat the The Gamewell Volunteer Fire Department, Inc. was awarded a $12,800.00grant through the 2016 Volunteer Rescue/EMS Fund from the State of North Carolina.The check will be mailed to Rescue Chief Keith F Owens to be...
The following members received awards for years service and other awards:25 Years of Service: Captain Kenny McCall, 30 Years of Service: Lt. Todd Staton, Firefighter of The Year: Tracy Hawkins, First Responder of The Year: Jessie Price, Officer of The Year: Lt. Greg Bohler, Howard Kincaid Award; Chief Keith Owens,
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