Firefighters are by nature drawn to light. Whether it is the glow of a structure fire as we race down the highway, or the sterilizing backdrop of an emergency room, light is an inherent part of what we do.Read This Article
Firefighters face many daily uncertainties. All too often, media coverage of a fire call or accident causes us to re-live the traumas we have witnessed, making it impossible to enjoy a normal and healthy life while off duty and away from the hall. We focus on topics surrounding travel, entertainment, transportation and the lighter side of firefighting (humor, camaraderie, and secrets of the trade).
By: David Cossitt President TPFFCS, Ambassador CFFF “As the days flew by, donations continued to come in alongside complementary meals which showed the team how big and supportive their community truly was.“ With last year’s 2020 ride shortened due to the pandemic, athletes in the TPFFCS Memorial Ride to Ottawa were bound and determined to …Read This Article
You probably recognize Steve Lemme from the mega successful "Super Troopers” movies and the 90s comedy “Puddle Cruiser”. Even though he’s never set foot in a fire academy, he has become the face of firefighting for viewers across north America.Read This Article
When Maureen (“call me Mo”) Stoecklein spoke to CRACKYL about a life that combines her two great passions, firefighting and nutrition, she was in the quiet bay of the fire station in Canton Township, Mich. Mo reflected on a life where work and personal interests merge.Read This Article
Within the first year of launching “Food On the Stove”, Tate’s team visited local firehouses to cook a healthy meal for each firefighter. Thanksgiving 2018 saw turkeys delivered to every firehouse in Washington, D.C. – 34 in all. Those who received the free, healthy meal were then asked to pay the favor forward to other firehouses. Word spread, as did interest in healthier meal choices.Read This Article
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