Local 875 Scholarship Recipients
Two students from Ashland High School were chosen for scholarship recipients on 05/24/2017 at 6 pm at the Ashland High School. From left to right front row; Sarah Gierczic and Elizabeth Webb. Presenting these awards are Matthew Spangler and Dusten Hilgendorf. Both students will be receiving a $1750.00 From the Local Professional Firefighters 875 of Ashland WI. One of the requirements to receive these scholarships is continuing education in the medical field. The Ashland Fire Department Local 875 would like to thank the local businesses for donations to the 8th edition of the local 875 calendar in which all donations go to this scholarship. The Ashland Fire local 875 would also like to thank retired FF/Paramedic Brian Marko, FF/Critical care paramedic Tony Feiter, and FF/Critical care paramedic Dusten Hilgendorf for their hard work on this calendar.
Excellence in Trauma Care
On April 18th,St. Luke's recognized four firefighters (from left to right) Lt. Stuart Matthias, Clay Kautzer, Leaf Mahoney,and Tony Feiter from the Ashland Fire Department for their efforts rescuing a motorist on Hwy 63 during the floods in 2016. Hard work and training pays off! Great work guys.
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"Batteries should be treated like medicine and locked away"
Members of the Ashland Fire Department have put together some of our favorite recipes, which are now available in this fine cookbook. Copies are available for $12/each, we will use the funds to purchase equipment. Contact Barb Henry at (715)682-7052 between 8 am and noon Monday through Friday; or send her an email at email@example.com for more information. These are also available from any member of the Ashland Fire Department.
06/14/2016. Members from Shift 2 enjoyed having lunch and assisting with live fire extinguishing demonstrations with Rescue Divas. Rescue Divas is a five day residential camp experience, focusing on educating and exciting middle school age girls about careers (or volunteer positions) in Emergency Medicine. Throughout the week, girls will participate in exploratory, hands-on activities that focus on a variety of skills and knowledge needed in Emergency Medical careers.
Members from Shift 3 delivered pizza to the first graders at LSE on April 26th.
City Newsletter 06/2016