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Memorial Stair Climb on 9-9-2017


Celebrating 40 Years of Fire Protection
Please join us to honor the Volunteers who started it all... Dale White, Fred Casselius, Gaylen Lundquist, Jack Bose, Chuck Kitterman, John Kratz, Dave Tennant, Bob Tousley, Weaver Simonsen, John DeWilde, Bill Palmer, Joe Palmer


On Saturday, September 5, 2015, 5 members of the Valley Center Fire Department ascended 110 floors in full firefighting gear while participating in the San Diego 9/11 Memorial Stair Climb. This annual event is sponsored by the San Diego City Firefighters Association to benefit Firefighter-Aid, a San Diego based 501(c)(3) that cares for Firefighters and their families in time of crisis and need. Donations from this event will also benefit these three other amazing charities, The National Fallen Firefighters Association, Psych-Armor support systems and the Firefighter Cancer Support Network. Valley Center Firefighters are committed to the community we serve and will never forget our brothers and sisters who lost their lives on September 11, 2001.

Congratulations to our Valley Center Firefighters who met their goal of raising $1000.00 to support San Diego local charities and doing their part to honor the memory of those members of public safety who paid the ultimate price on 9-11-2001.
On March 29, 2015, Scout Troop 619 stopped by VCFPD Station 1 to achieve their "Redi-man Badge". Joe Basinski gave a 1.5 hour first aid program that included treatment of bites, stings, splinting, burns, choking, unconsciousness, and CPR (performed by Malcolm Baum with Ben Thompson supervising). The kids were rewarded with 20 minutes in a "bounce house", followed by a picture in front of E1611.

  



On March 24th and 25th firefighters from the Valley Center Fire Protection District (VCFPD) visited the students and staff of the High Sierra Academy to discuss fire safety. Firefighters presented age-appropriate information about a variety of topics including 9-1-1, "Stop, Drop and Roll", and what children should do with found matches and lighters.

Providing public education is an important component of the Fire District's services. Fire safety knowledge, planning and preparation truly saves lives and minimizes heartache.

For more information about VCFPD public education or to schedule a demonstration for your organization, please contact the District Office @ 760-751-7600.

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