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Bucks County Fire Service History Book

This book contains 390 pages, including the written history, pictures and an all-time list of fire apparatus of each of the 62 county volunteer fire companies in full color.

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FALL 2019 PECO Training

PECO Electric and Gas Training information for fall 2019 was send via email to Bucks Fire Chiefs.  Training will be held during the beginning of October & November.  All information is in the PDF link below. FALL 2019 PECO Training Information

2019 Scholarship Program

Bucks County Fire Chiefs and Firefighters Association 2019 Scholarship Awards Programs “This is a great benefit of membership”The Bucks County Fire Chiefs & Firefighters Association is proud to announce the Scholarship Award Program for 2019. This...

Association Challenge Coin

The Bucks County Fallen Firefighters Memorial Committee has created a challenge coin to commemorate the tenth anniversary of the first memorial ceremony in 2004. The cost of each challenge coin is $10.00 and all proceeds will be donated to the Bucks County...

Next Steps for State Fire Commission Bill

From: McGarvey, Chief Charles <CMcGarvey@lowermerion.org> Subject: Next Steps for the State Fire Commission Bill All: Please see the email below.  As you are aware I have asked my local Senator to sponsor legislation for the State Fire Commission. ...

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I have to quote Past Chief Chuck Fox, this group is becoming nothing but a free meal once a month. Again and not the first time we had 3 sitting Chiefs at the meeting. I'm sure I will hear feedback but why do you and your Company join if you don't want to take part? Our Association used to be highly respected and our input on many activities in the County were requested and taken at one time. Without attendance of current Chiefs we are losing that Respect. With over 500 members and only 35 showing up for a meeting this Respect is going away. If you truly care about the Fire Service in our County Come To The Meetings! ... See MoreSee Less

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I understand it was a lively meeting focused on FEMA AFG grant

Maybe you should rotate what day of the week you have your meetings on.

Congratulations to all the Firefighters who completed the requirements for certification in Firefighter 1 while attending the summer 2019 session at the Lower Bucks County Emergency Services Training Center.Image attachment

Congratulations to all the Firefighters who completed the requirements for certification in Firefighter 1 while attending the summer 2019 session at the Lower Bucks County Emergency Services Training Center. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations. Stay safe.

CONGRATULATIONS TO YOU ALL

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Bucks County Chiefs & Firefighters Association
1760 S. Easton Rd.
Doylestown, PA 18901

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