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2014 PFFN conference

The 2014 PFFN conference will begin on Wednesday, April the 9th  2014.  The East Fork Professional Firefighters are honored to host this year’s conference and would like to invite members from all Nevada locals to join us the day before the conference.

On Tuesday April 8th 2014, EFPF will be hosting all local members for a meet and greet, gather and mingle.

Tuesday April 8th 2014

1000hrs - Golf at Genoa Lakes Golf Course; Cost - $50 per player, to be paid to EFPF
Genoa Lakes Course details  Club rentals available for those coming in from out of town

1900hrs - Poker in the Carson Valley Inn Poker Room. Tables will be reserved on a first come basis. A minimum of $20 to buy in, with limit play until tables are empty.

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Our Association hall will be open most of the day, but specifically after golf and before the poker room opens.  For those staying at the CVI, our hall is within walking distance (about 2 blocks) from the hotel.
EFPF L-3726 Association Hall is located at 1606 US HWY 395, Minden Nv. Above Fire Station #1

To reserve your spot at either the golf course and\or in the poker room, please contact us at P.O. Box 994 Minden, Nevada 89423 phone: 775-238-3726 www.efpflocal3726.com

(Entrance is around back, upstairs. Parking is limited, please park across the street around Minden Park)

IAFF 3726 Involved in our community

By Walt Kesteloot, Public Affairs Chairman

The East Fork Professional Firefighter’s Association, IAFF Local No. 3726, is composed of the men and women who are the career firefighters and paramedics that respond to calls for service each day in the East Fork Fire District. They are highly visible, and occasionally very loud, as the red and white fire engines and rescue units respond throughout the Carson Valley, Topaz, and eastern Alpine County to answer your emergency calls.

However, your firefighters are just as active, quietly, in the community behind the scenes. The East Fork Professional Firefighter’s Association (EFPFA) has adopted several local and national causes for which the firefighters actively participate and/or raise money to support. Members donate their time to programs for children with Muscular Dystrophy, Autism, in addition to coaching local children’s sporting teams. Each year food and cash donations are made to our local food bank.

IAFF Local No. 3726, participates in the Carson Valley Days and Candydance events. The fund raising drive for the Muscular Dystrophy Association (MDA) is our most visible event with the IAFF’s National “Fill the Boot” campaign. Yet, each October our members wear Pink uniform shirts and raise money and awareness for Breast Cancer. Our award winning firefighter stair-climb team, “Bellona’s Breathers,” competes each year in Reno and Seattle, to raise money for the American Lung Association. November brings awareness for men’s cancer issues with my wife’s least favorite event, “Mo-vember,” where moustaches are the theme.

Our firefighters are also members of local committees, organizations, fraternities, and churches, in which their time is spent in service building a better tomorrow – giving back as grateful members of a community that recognizes and wholeheartedly supports its’ firefighters. We thank the citizens of Douglas County for this honor to serve you each day both professionally and personally.

Firefighters Wearing Pink

East Fork Firefighters wore pink for the month of October in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Each firefighter wore pink shirts and pink medical gloves on EMS calls in to whos our support and bring awarness to the cause.

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Firefighters defend stair-climb title

A team of local firefighters successfully defended the title of “Fastest Firefighting Team” for a fifth straight year in a row at the American Lung Association’s Fight for Air Stair Climb event on April 21. Dressed in full structure firefighting gear, firefighters from the East Fork Professional Firefighter’s Association, IAFF Local No. 3726, raced up 36 floors in the stairwell of the Silver Legacy Hotel Casino. Firefighters Nick Summers (6 minutes), Dave Norvell (6:23 minutes), and Mike Hackler (6:27 minutes) were the fastest firefighters and East Fork swept first, second, and third places.

Méschelle Kesteloot“Bellona’s Breathers” 2013 – Fight for Air Stair Climb at the Silver Legacy in Reno.

Méschelle Kesteloot “Bellona’s Breathers” 2013 – Fight for Air Stair Climb at the Silver Legacy in Reno.

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