Sag Harbor Fire Department Juniors Program Looking for New Members

Posted on 15 July 2014

On Monday, July 14th, members of the Sag Harbor Fire Department Juniors Program members R.J. Ules, Emma Romeo, Wade Lahrman, Jake Kushner, Dylan Willingham, Joseph North and Sami Duchemin met with John Lussa, President of the Suffolk County Volunteer Firefighters Burn Center, to present him with a check for $1,500.00 in donations that they had raised through pancake breakfasts. The ceremony was also attended by the wardens of the fire department, as well as chiefs Jim Frazier, Tom Gardella and Bruce Schiavoni. Photo by Michael Heller.

On Monday, July 14th, members of the Sag Harbor Fire Department Juniors Program members R.J. Ules, Emma Romeo, Wade Lahrman, Jake Kushner, Dylan Willingham, Joseph North and Sami Duchemin met with John Lussa, President of the Suffolk County Volunteer Firefighters Burn Center, to present him with a check for $1,500.00 in donations that they had raised through pancake breakfasts. The ceremony was also attended by the wardens of the fire department, as well as chiefs Jim Frazier, Tom Gardella and Bruce Schiavoni. Photo by Michael Heller.

By Michael Heller

The Sag Harbor Fire Department Juniors Program is looking for new members. In addition to satisfying high school community service requirements, members learn firefighting techniques, teamwork, life skills and enjoy the camaraderie of being a part of cherished and respected part of the community. There are no prerequisites; any kids who have finished 9th  Grade are eligible to join. For further information, contact the Sag Harbor Fire Department at 725-0252 or visit their headquarters on Brick Kiln Road.

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