Opportunity to become a Keremeos firefighter

Department seeks new recruits

  • Sep. 7, 2011 5:00 p.m.

The Keremeos Volunteer Fire Department (KVFD) is actively seeking new recruits.

Previous training or experience in emergency response is not required as every new recruit brings valuable previously acquired skill and enthusiasm to the team.

Firefighters are given training in a variety of skills and tasks, many of which contribute to their personal life and careers.

Being a Keremeos volunteer firefighter is a unique and worthwhile experience. If you are interested in contributing to your community in an exciting and positive way contact any firefighter or drop by on Tuesday practice night.

Application forms can be picked up at Keremeos Village Office, during office hours. Forms can also be downloaded at the KVFD website (see under Membership). The KVFD website is www.keremeosfire.ca

For further information, phone the Keremeos fire hall and leave a message (250-499-2200).


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