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Posted on Oct 17, Read more Helping the YMCA. This morning we celebrated! Clubs from South Burlington, Burlington Sunrise, Burlington, Essex, and Colchester-Milton banded together and wrote a grant to recognize the needs of children and families in our area. As Kyle described it, the building will be state of the art, housing a new pool, fitness facility, gym, track, studios and 10, square feet of much needed early education classrooms. He shared how the Y impacts the communities we represent, and told stories of how everyone is welcomed at the Y. This long standing organization is deeply rooted in our community and brings people together- much like Rotary.
It is great when we can help one another better serve our neighbors.
Thank You Firefighters! Kyle Nichols, Rotary President Elect did a great job on the Organizing committee and it was great that our current Rotary President hosted the Rotary table. Welcome Andrew! Our new member Andrew Swift was welcomed on October 4, Watch for him to at our next Rotary event. Members responded to 45 calls for service on Thursday and 53 incidents on Friday; that is over twice the daily average of responses.
Strong work by dedicated professionals. Update of Cell Phone Issue - The problem has been identified and vendor is working on a repair. It may take several more hours to fully restore cell service. Please use a landline or WiFi calling in case of an emergency. We are aware of an ongoing issue affecting Verizon cellphone coverage in the City of Burlington. We are working with both Verizon and the State to determine the extent of the outage.
In case of an emergency please use a landline or enable WiFi calling on your device. Great two days of leadership training for the officers of the department. Many thanks to Colonel Gates and Captain Clark for sharing their thoughts on the topic. As you decorate, pick out pumpkins to carve and decide on what you want to dress up as this Halloween, please remember to keep safety in mind.
We want you to enjoy this Halloween and many more in the years to come. Be sure to use battery-operated lights or glow sticks to illuminate your carved pumpkins instead of traditional candles to avoid creating a fire hazard.
Costumes should provide excellent visibility for the person wearing it. Whenever possible, costumes should be brightly colored so they may be visible to drivers on the road. If the costume design calls for darker colors, be sure to have a flashlight so drivers can clearly see you at night. Equally important, if not more important, be sure to look both ways before crossing the road, even on crosswalks! It is the responsibility of the pedestrian AND the driver to make sure everyone gets home safely. If you are collecting candy and other edible treats, be sure to check them thoroughly before consuming them.
It is often encouraged to have two separate bags: one for candy from those you know, and one from hosts that you are not as familiar with.
If you see something, say something. While you are out and about and you see something wrong and someone needs help, report it such as a violent act, structure fire, and so forth. No matter your age, please travel with at least one other person, and preferably two or more.
There is safety in numbers, and even college students are no less at risk of harm from others; Sadly, history has proven that. Leaders lead from the front! Whether it's pulling a hoseline through a fire, throwing a ladder to building, or doing CPR on a patient, there are a wide variety of situations where our job can prove to be taxing.
As such, our physical fitness is very important, and can always be improved upon! This past week, the committee executed a department-wide fitness assessment based on the new Army Combat Fitness Test. These members performed 6 tests, along with a full assessment of mobility and flexibility. Despite the fact that these chief officers are administrative and not frontline personnel, they recognize the importance of physical fitness in the fire service and were happy to don their gym clothes and test alongside the men and women they lead.
In addition to the Bar-b-que, visitors had a chance to talk with the Vermont State Police and see their vehicle with pink decals, meet members from UVM Rescue, talk with folks from Real Men Wear Pink RMWP , and try their hands at various firefighting skills wearing fire gear, pulling a fire hose, moving a ladder, swinging a sledgehammer, and carrying 2 35 lbs weights a distance of 50 feet whi It was a good beginning to what we hope to be an annual event towards our commitment in fighting cancer.
We certainly appreciate all those that helped to put this event together, as well as those that came out to participate in this endeavor! People from all around and many services stopped in to donate blood.
In all the American Red Cross was able to received 53 donations! In general job applications and other information submit to Customers are controlled and managed by the Customer the potential or current employer who sent or deployed that job solicitation. Our legal obligations as a processor are set out in our Customer contracts, policies, or via internet privacy frameworks.