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Oct
24
Wed
7:00 pm Firefighter Retest Night @ BCESTC - Doylestown
Firefighter Retest Night @ BCESTC - Doylestown
Oct 24 @ 7:00 pm
Anyone that is interested in attending one of these retest nights, must contact either Kimberly Walsh @ 215-340-8422 or Kimberly.Walsh@bucks.edu  or Vinay Setty @ 215-340-8401 or Vinay.Setty@bucks.edu   No one will be admitted without prior approval[...]
Nov
14
Wed
7:00 pm Firefighter Retest Night @ BCESTC - Bristol
Firefighter Retest Night @ BCESTC - Bristol
Nov 14 @ 7:00 pm
Anyone that is interested in attending one of these retest nights, must contact either Kimberly Walsh @ 215-340-8422 or Kimberly.Walsh@bucks.edu  or Vinay Setty @ 215-340-8401 or Vinay.Setty@bucks.edu   No one will be admitted without prior approval[...]
Dec
19
Wed
7:00 pm Firefighter Retest Night @ BCESTC - Doylestown
Firefighter Retest Night @ BCESTC - Doylestown
Dec 19 @ 7:00 pm
Anyone that is interested in attending one of these retest nights, must contact either Kimberly Walsh @ 215-340-8422 or Kimberly.Walsh@bucks.edu  or Vinay Setty @ 215-340-8401 or Vinay.Setty@bucks.edu   No one will be admitted without prior approval[...]

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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.

Now Available for Purchase Online

2018 Scholarship Program

Bucks County Fire Chiefs and Firefighters Association 2018 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 2018. This program...

FDNY FF James Lee Jr Event

FDNY Firefighter James Lee Jr. On Wednesday Night, Sept 5th, 2018 at 1900 hours (Box Sandwich Dinner at 1800 hours) a very special presentation will be held at the Performing Arts Center at the Bucks County Community College, being arranged through the...

Smoke Detector Education & Information

Smoke Detectors Part 1 Our Problem Whenever firefighters are dispatched to a residential fire, our system has failed. Fire codes, fire officials, fire prevention efforts and a lot of individual homeowners have failed. Although all fires are not preventable,...

Bucks County Fire Service History Book ON SALE – $25

The History of the Bucks County Fire Service is a publication of the Bucks County Fire Chiefs and Firefighters Association. It contains 390 pages, including the written history, pictures and an all-time list of fire apparatus of each of the 62 county...

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Bucks County Chiefs and Firefighters Association would like to say a big Thank You to FDNY Lt. Jim Lee for a very good night of training.   Never stop training Image attachmentImage attachment

Bucks County Chiefs and Firefighters Association would like to say a big Thank You to FDNY Lt. Jim Lee for a very good night of training. " Never stop training " ... See MoreSee Less

 

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Excellent presentation and a great moderator Greg Jakubowski! Thanks!

Jim Lee

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Today is the final day to sign up. The presentation is next Wednesday night at the Community College in Newtown. www.buckscandff.com/fdny-ff-james-lee-jr/

Last day to register is this Wednesday

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Sad morningIt is with deep sadness that we announce the passing of Susquehanna Hose Company and Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services Fireman Nathan Flynn. Fireman Flynn became entrapped while battling a house fire in Howard County during the overnight hours, before succumbing to his injuries at the hospital. Nathan joined the SHCo in 2017 and was a 13 year veteran of the Howard County Fire Department. Our thoughts and prayers are with Nathan's family and friends and the Howard County Fire Department.

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

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