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Fire Chief Gary Russell

We have a lot to be thankful for living here in the Pacific Northwest. Beautiful scenery, mild climate, and friendly neighbors surround us in our everyday activities. So I encourage all of you to take a moment and enjoy what we all share with each other.

My hopes are that you have a safe and wonderful winter with your family and friends. We have a lot of new and exciting changes as our District continues to flourish.

I would personally like to thank all of our volunteers and career staff for their time, hard work and dedication. We could not do it without you.

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Whatcom County Fire District Seven pledges to provide trained personnel, apparatus, equipment and facilities to meet the publics request for fire, emergency medical services, hazardous materials and disaster response, and to promote fire prevention, safety, medical education and enforcement of life safety codes.

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Every 2nd Thursday at 3:00pm - St. 41, 2020 Washington St. Ferndale
When your trick or treating this year, don't forget to stop and visit with your local firefighters. We will be serving warm beverages, candy, and a safety gift for the kids. Station 43 on Northwest Road and Station 46 on Church Road will begin treating at 5 P.M.
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Join us Friday October 31st for hot beverages, candy, warm shelter from the night air, and a special safety gift (while they last)

Trick or Treat Fun  from  5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at  both Station 43  located at 5368 Northwest Drive, and Station 46 located at 6081 Church Road

We are very proud and excited to announce the arrival of our 2014 grant.

eDRAULIC Jaws of Life from Hurst

The newest technology in portable, electro-hydraulic rescue equipment. Our five new units offer improved safety to our patients and our crews. Each unit is cordless, self luminated for improved visibility, portable and designed to work in challenging environments. Additionally, the design promotes faster deployment, quieter operations, and exceptional performance. Our five new units will replace our vintage hydraulic tools over the next few weeks. Please read more at www.jawsoflife.com

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