Whitefield Fire & Rescue to host Recruitment Day and Open House

WHITEFIELD - There are so many ways to make a difference in your community. And joining Whitefield Fire & Rescue is one of those opportunities where you can make a positive impact. On Saturday, September 16, representatives of Whitefield Fire & Rescue will be looking to recruit new members at the Sheepscot General located at 98 Townhouse Rd. from 12:30-3 p.m. Reports have shown Maine’s volunteer fire departments increasingly are having a hard time finding enough people to fill their ranks, putting them in danger of being unable to respond quickly to calls.
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Search and Rescue Team Training

The next SAR training session will be held on October 2nd at Dodge Point in New castle. We will have a drone demonstration from Coutts Bros. we will also do searches with the drone. Training will start at 18:00, a meal will be provided. Sign-in to D4H. <a href="http://lcfca.me/Search Team Training">SAR Team Training Information and Location</a>
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ICS 300*

17th Oct at The Lincoln County 9-1-1 Center Conference Room 19th Oct at The Lincoln County 9-1-1 Center Conference Room 21st Oct at The Wiscasset Ambulance Department Training Room. *all 3 days must be attended to complete this class. (ICS 100, 200, 700 & 800 is needed to attend this class) https://www.lincolncountyema.net/up-coming-training
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ICS 400 - Wiscasset

Must attend both days to complete this class. The Lincoln County 9-1-1 Center Conference Room, 34 Bath Road, Wiscasset, Maine (Please use the entrance door in the lower parking lot) (ICS 100, 200, 700 & 800 is needed to attend this class.) If you are interested in attending this class or have questions, don't hesitate, make contact with Ken Desmond - kdesmond@lincounty.me - or contact him at the Lincoln County EMA Office @ 207-882-7559.
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Lincoln County Fire Chiefs

The members of the Lincoln County Fire Chiefs Association would like to take this opportunity to welcome you and your new business venture. You may be assured that your local emergency services will make every effort to assist you. To that end, we recommend that you contact your local fire chief. We believe it's important to have a solid relationship with your chief before you have an emergency. The County Fire Chiefs would very much like the opportunity to help you and/or your business be a success. We are pleased you are located in Lincoln County.