Through the Smith’s Food & Drug Inspiring Donations Program, everyone can help the new Nevada Fire Fighters Memorial located in Carson City, Nevada.
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On 2/10/19 the Nevada Department of Motor Vehicles will be replacing all existing Volunteer Fire Fighter Specialty License Plates with updated versions, replacing registration decals to match the customer’s existing expiration dates, as well as replacing certificates of registration for each customer possessing non-personalized Volunteer Fire Fighter license plates. Until 3/1/19 Volunteer Fire Fighter Specialty License Plates could show the license plate prefix “VF”; however, these plates will need to be researched using the new “FF” plate prefix.Continue reading “Are You Getting The New FF Plates?”
As many of you are well aware, the NSFA along with the Professional Firefighters of Nevada, are working diligently to complete the new Fallen Firefighter Memorial at the State Legislative Complex in Carson City.
The PFFN has sent out a statement asking for photos that depict all the work we do. These photos could be selected to be a part of the sold bronze relief panels on the back side of the wall that holds the names of our fallen Brothers and Sisters.
The photos they are looking for should be of Nevada emergency responders engaged all aspects of what we do including Haz Mat, EMS, Wild Land, Bomb Squad, etc. If a photo of yours is selected, you will receive a limited-edition Nevada Fallen Firefighters Memorial coin along with food and lodging for 2 day so you can attend the inaugural memorial service in Carson City.
If you have any photos that you would like placed on the wall, please submit them via email to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than February 28, 2019. By submitting photos, you give the PFFN full authorization for its use in this and any future projects.
The NSFA and PFFN thank every single one of you for your dedication to this project as we memorialize those we have lost.
President | Nevada State Firefighter’s Association
Make sure to stay safe out there and keep an eye out for fire dangers.
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Just a quick reminder to mark your calendar for the upcoming fire conference in Laughlin, NV from June 19th to the 22nd. We expect more information about what is going to be offered at this year’s conference to come out very soon. I believe this will be the most informative fire training conference’s put on by the NSFA. Dont forget, this year is not just going to be a training conference, it is going to be a family event; make sure to bring the whole family.
I would like to remind everyone that all applications for stipends and awards nominations must be received no later than April 15th. You can find the forms online at nsfa.org/forms or by clicking on the specific form name below.Continue reading “Letter from the President”
In an effort to continue to deliver benefits to our membership, the NSFA has begun on a mission to raise funds through marketing items to support the organization. 15 oz. ceramic mugs are now available for only $10.
It is with great sadness that our long-time friend and Fire Chief at Mountain Springs Station 79 passed away today. He was with his family and friends in the home of his sons. He was a true LEGEND and a fantastic friend. He will truly be missed. Keep Appy’s family in your thoughts and prayers. Think about all the good times. We love him and will miss him. We will update everyone on the services as information becomes available.
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