On Friday, October 25,2013 at 12 noon, Pink Heals Milwaukee will donate funds raised this year
Kristin Ciganek- Milwaukee Fire Department cancer survivor will make the presentation
Cooking Safety Tips
U.S. Grant Elementary School Does A
Fire Safety Song For Fire Prevention Week
"Fire Safety in the Kitchen"
Monday October 7th
Fire Prevention Week Kick off event at the Survive Alive House
Time: 10:00 am – 12:30 pm
The event will take place at the Survive Alive House, 2059 S. 20th Street on Monday,October 7, 2013.
Second graders from US Grant School will attend the Survive Alive Program from 10:00 am until 11:30. At 12:00 a press conference will take place. Upon completion of the press conference the children will enjoy a meal courtesy of McDonald's along with the appearance of Ronald McDonald.
Wednesday October 9th
Milwaukee Fire Department Fallen Firefighter Memorial
Time: 11:00 am
MFD headquarters/ Engine 2
759 N. James Lovell St
Thursday October 10th
Poster to Billboard Contest winners will have lunch with the Chief
Time: 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
Engine 2’s quarters
759 N. James Lovell St.
Friday October 11th
Project FOCUS (Firefighters Out Creating Urban Safety) with the Milwaukee Bucks
Time: 2:00 pm
Players from the Milwaukee Bucks will assist MFD members with smoke alarm installation.
Press conference at Engine 12 at 2:00 pm
1400 S. 9th St.
Saturday October 12th
Batteries Plus battery give-away
Batteries Plus will be giving free batteries for smoke alarms at two Milwaukee locations throughout the day.
5474 S 27th St
8377 N. 76th St
Click the link for the press release
DID YOU FORGET SOMETHING??
A HOT CAR CAN BE DEADLY!!
BEWARE OF THE DANGERS OF HEATSTROKE
IT CAN BE DEADLY
HELP REDUCE THE NUMBER OF DEATHS
FROM HEATSTROKE BY REMEMBERING TO
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The Milwaukee Fire Department 2012 Annual report
is now available for downloading
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Milwaukee Welcomes the Pink Heals
“Pink Heals Milwaukee” is coming to the Milwaukee Professional Firefighters Local215 Union Hall on Wednesday, July 17th from 1:00 pm to 6:00 pm. There will be a pink fire truck, food, entertainment, raffles and various items for sale including t-shirts.
Please stop by and help raise money for a great cause. The Pink Heals movement began back in 2007 as a way to help people battling cancer with a focus on women. The pink fire trucks tour the country helping to
raise money to support causes that directly benefit each community. All money raised at this event will stay in the Milwaukee area and benefit women’s cancer programs at the Froedtert Clinical Cancer Care Center.
Help Milwaukee Firefighters raise money to purchase coats for needy children in Milwaukee Public Schools
MFD Coats For Kids Donation
Mayor Tom Barrett and Fire Chief Mark Rohlfing
will honor the 10-year old who used her skills learned from the
Survive House to escape her house fire
10-YEAR OLD GIRL JUMPS FROM WINDOW
TO ESCAPE HOUSE FIRE
AUNT CREDITS MILWAUKEE FIRE DEPARTMENTS
SURVIVE ALIVE HOUSE
The Milwaukee Fire Department
12-10-12 Class of New Milwaukee Firefighters
The Milwaukee Fire Department is pleased to announce the graduation of 27 fire recruits. Each individual graduating spent the past 14 weeks preparing for this moment. The recruits were challenged both physically and mentally throughout their time at the Training Academy so that they would understand what it truly means to part of this great profession. When they report to duty in their firehouses they will represent 25% of that firefighting company. The end of this chapter as recruits leads them into the tremendous privilege and responsibility of being professional firefighters ready to serve the City of Milwaukee with Courage, Integrity, and Honor.
The ceremony was held Thursday March 14, 2013 at 7:00 pm at the Milwaukee Fire Department Training Academy, located at 6680 North Teutonia Avenue in the gymnasium on the first floor. Mayor Tom Barrett and Executive Director of the Fire & Police Commission Michael Tobin spoke in addition to Chief Mark Rohlfing and other Milwaukee Fire Department representatives. The new firefighters have been issued a new style of uniform that the Milwaukee Fire Department will transition to by January 1, 2014.
15-YEAR OLD SAVES MOTHER AND GRANDMOTHER FROM HOUSE FIRE