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      Last Call Foundation

      Dover L-1312 member Derick Schrempf will be running his first Boston Marathon to raise money for a fallen hero, Boston fire fighter Michal Kennedy. Derick has committed to raising $5,000 by May 1st for the Last Call Foundation. A fundraiser will be held at the Thirsty Moose in Dover at 8:00pm on 04/10, proceeds will benefit the Last Call Foundation.

      Can you help the son of Hudson L-3154 Member?

      The nine year old son of a Hudson L-3154 member was recently diagnosed with Type I diabetes. Right now he is at the age where he wants to play outside and visit friends, like any other kid, including sleepovers. These things can’t happen due to his need to have his blood sugar closely watched.

      2015 MDA Boot Camp

      2015 MDA Boot Camp on May 11th registeration & information
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      MDA Trans-NH Bike Ride

      Take The Fire Fighters Challenge! 28th Annual Trans-NH Bike Ride June 26th-28th
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      Firefighter Cancer Awareness Program

      This short segment is a video we are using as a part of the cancer program developed for firefighters. I hope you enjoy it the New Hampshire Fire Academy & Emergency Medical Services produced this. To get the program to your department please the website and fill out a course request.


      In Honor of The Charleston 9: A Study of Change Following Tragedy is based off of the best-selling book with the identical name, which includes doctoral research that will help all organizations, whether public, private, for-profit, or non-profit to determine whether organizational change is needed in their respective organization. Students are taken on an emotional ride from the dark days of fighting fire in Charleston, SC, where nine firefighters perished in the line of duty, through today where the organization is now a national model for change. All organizations need to learn the lessons from Charleston to ensure that they do not experience this type of tragic incident. This course utilizes never before seen video footage from June 18, 2007, as well as the radio traffic that coincides. It was developed and is presented by the first due pump operator/engineer on the scene of this multiple line of duty death incident.

      The event will be held at the Lakes Region Community College,  Route 106 in Laconia on May 18, 2015. Class starts promptly at 9 AM. The price is $75.00 per person. Coffee breaks and lunch are included!

      Pre-registration is recommended and can be completed at Lakes Region Mutual Fire Aid at www.lrmfa.org. Application is included.

      Any questions call Laconia Fire at 524-6881.

      Dr. David Griffin is a captain and training officer with the City of Charleston Fire Department in Charleston, South Carolina. He was the operator of the first due engine on June 18, 2007 when nine of his fellow firefighters perished in the line of duty. He has a Bachelor of Science in education from The Citadel, a Master of Science in executive fire service leadership, and a Doctorate of Education in organizational leadership and development. He is the author of the Best Seller In Honor of The Charleston 9: A Study of Change Following Tragedy, a global speaker and instructor, a certified Fire Officer with The Center for Public Safety Excellence, is currently in the Executive Fire Office Program at The National Fire Academy, and owner of On a Mission, LLC at drdavidgriffin.com.


      Download: Laconia In Honor of the Charleston 9 Seminar Registration 05.18.2015.pdf

      Download: Exeter Golf Tournament Registration 06.05.2015.pdf

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