Banquet Meal Update

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Per the host company for this years convention the banquet meal will now be cold cuts and pasta salad and any individuals already paying will have their money returned as their will be no cost for the banquet.

CCVFFA FDNY & GROUND ZERO BUS TRIP

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Cumberland County Volunteer Firefighter’s Association FDNY & GROUND ZERO BUS TRIP Sunday November 8, 2015 Trip will include stops at the FDNY Fire Museum, Ground Zero, and FDNY Boat “343” which was named for and dedicated to the 343 emergency responders that perished on 9/11/01. You will have some time to visit local station on your own. Price: $75.00 per person Price includes:

Round trip transportation to and from NYC, admission fees to FDNY Fire Museum, Ground Zero, Ground Zero Museum, snacks and non-alcoholic beverages on the bus, along with a bag lunch.

07:00am Bus leaves from East Pennsboro Township Bldg. 98 South Enola Drive, Enola PA 17025

09:00pm Return to East Pennsboro Township Bldg. We will be stopping at Clinton Station Diner (www.clintonstationdiner.com) for dinner or the way home.

To R.S.V.P please send your CHECK OR MONEY ORDER ONLY! made payable to CCVFFA to: CCVFFA FDNY Bus Trip Attn: Curtis Alleman, Trip Coordinator 717 Market Street Suite 418 Lemoyne, PA 17043

Transportation being provided by D.B. Fisher Motor Coach with Driver Duane Trautman, Lebanon City Fire Commissioner.

****Only 47 seats are available and all seats are first come first served bases on when your payment is post marked and received. Dealine to R.S.V.P is October 15, 2015

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Is your business or department looking for a way to give back to your dedicated volunteers in Cumberland County? If so consider sponsoring one of our awards being presented at this years Cumberland County Convention Banquet on Thursday September 10, 2015. Please see our letter below for additional information on how you can help sponsor one of these important awards presented to our very loyal and dedicated members.

Sponsorship Letter

Sponsor for the Valor (Group) Award/Unit Citation

The CCVFFA officers and membership would like to welcome Health & Safety Solutions, LLC as our new sponsor for the Valor (Group) Award/Unit Citation. In additional to the awards that are presented yearly Health & Safety will also be offering a free Professional CPR class with class book to the award recipient. Please check out Health & Safety Solutions, LLC at www.healthandsafetyllc.com

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2015 CCVFFA Meeting Schedule

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Here is the 2015 Meeting Schedule for Cumberland County Volunteer             Firefighters Association

January 8th = Hampden Twp (Good Hope Road)
March 12th = Yellow Breaches EMS (233 Mill St. Mt. Holly)
May 14th = Lower Allen Twp (2233 Gettysburg Road, Camp Hill)
July 9th = Newville FD (15 East Big Spring Avenue, Newville)
September 10th = West Fairview (CONVENTION)
November 12th = Upper Allen Twp FD (104 Gettysburg Pike Mech)

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86th Annual Convention Parade Winners

Here is a list of winners from the Convention Parade held in Mechanicsburg.

2013 Cumberland Convention Award Winners

Most Functional and Best Appearing Engine 2013-2006
1st West Shore Bureau of Fire Engine 2-13
2nd Cumberland Valley Engine 53
3rd Monroe Fire Co. Engine 25

Out of County
1st Jonestown Engine 10  ================================================
Most Functional and Best Appearing Engine 2005-2000
1st Union Carlisle Engine 141
2nd Silver Spring Engine 31
3rd Shiremanstown Engine 22 ================================================
Most Functional and Best Appearing Engine 1999-1990
1st New Kingstown Engine 133
2nd Goodwill FC Engine 16
3rd Penn Twp Engine 150

Out of County
1st Fairview Twp Engine 68
2nd Franklintown FC Engine 65 ================================================
Most Functional and Best Appearing Engine Pre-1990
1st Hampden Twp. Engine 330
2nd Citizens Mt. Holly Engine 236 ================================================
Most Functional and Best Appearing Rescue Pumper
1st Northeast Fire & Rescue Engine 20
2nd West Shore Bureau of Fire Engine Sq.13
3rd New Kingstown Fire Co. Engine 233

Out of County
1st Duncannon Engine/Rescue 2 ================================================
Most Functional and Best Appearing Aerial Ladder/Platform
1st Shippensburg Truck 53
2nd Lower Allen Twp Truck 12
3rd Midway Fire Co. Tower 117 ================================================
Most Functional and Best Appearing Rescue
1st Carlisle Fire & Rescue Rescue 45
2nd Lower Allen Twp Sq.12
3rd Silver Spring Rescue 31 ================================================
Most Functional and Best Appearing Squad
1st Carlisle Fire & Rescue Air 45
2nd Shippensburg Air 53
3rd New Kingstown Sq. 33 ================================================
Most Functional and Best Appearing Tanker (Elliptical Tank)
1st New Kingstown Tanker 33
2nd West Pennsboro Tanker 46
3rd Silver Spring Tanker 31

Out of County
1st Duncannon Tanker 2 ==================================================
Most Functional and Best Appearing Tanker (Square Tank)
1st Upper Frankford Engine 248
2nd Silver Spring Tanker 31 ====================================================
Most Functional and Best Appearing Mini Pumper
1st Monroe FC MP 25
2nd Silver Spring MP 31
3rd Friendship Hose MP 47 ==================================================
Most Functional and Best Appearing Brush Truck
1st Northeast FC Brush 20
2nd Carlisle Union Brush 41
3rd New Kingstown Brush 33 ==================================================
Most Functional and Best Appearing Traffic Control Unit
1st New Kingstown Traffic 33
2nd Silver Spring Traffic 31
3rd Hampden Twp Traffic 130 ==================================================
Most Functional and Best Appearing BLS Unit
1st West Shore EMS Ambulance 63
2nd Upper Frankford QRS 48
3rd New Cumberland QRS 10 ==================================================
Most Functional and Best Appearing ALS Unit
1st West Shore EMS ==================================================
Most Functional and Best Appearing Special Service Unit (Utility, Foam, Air, Other)
1st New Kingstown Spill Trailer 33 ==================================================
Most Functional and Best Appearing Fire Company (Three or Less Apparatus)
1st Newville Friendship Hose Co. ==================================================
Most Functional and Best Appearing Fire Company (Four or More Apparatus)
1st New Kingstown Fire Co.
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Best Marching Unit
1st   New Kingstown Fire Co.
2nd   New Cumberland Fire Co.
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Longest Distance
1st   Jonestown Fire Co.
2nd  CV Hose Co. Shippensburg ==================================================
Best Appearing Hand or Horse Drawn (Must be pulled by Hand or Horses)
1st   Newville Friendship FC  #47
2nd  New Cumberland FD  #10
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Best Appearing Antique Motorized Apparatus- Fire Company Owned
1st   Cumberland Valley Hose Co.  #53
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Best Appearing Antique Motorized Apparatus- Private Owned                                 (1970-1987)
1st   Tim Nissley  1970 Mack Engine
2nd  David Howard  1970 Am. LaFrance Engine
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Best Appearing Antique Motorized Apparatus- Private Owned                             (Pre-1970)
1st   Jim Atkinson 1941 Mack Hose Wagon
2nd  Tim Jones  1937 Seagrave Engine
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Special Judges Awards (Picked by the Convention Committee)
Life Lion Medical Helicopter   (Leading the Parade)
Duncannon Fire Co.    (Coming to Convention after 4am fatal fire)
Stoney Miller     (Coming with Antique Apparatus)
Cutting Edge Judging   (Crew that did our Judging)
Bob Buhrig     (Our MC of the Convention Parade)
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Special Award
Jim Salter ( Most active Committee Member)
Curtis Alleman (His Assistance from the Association)