By Michael Contaxis
1st Assistant Chief Warwick Fire Department
The Warwick Fire Department (WFD) has responded to 323 calls for service to date.
The WFD participated in a retirement walk out for Town of Warwick Police Officer Kevin Terry. Congratulations Officer Terry and thank you for your years of service to our community! We will always miss your dedication and professionalism in the field but we will always be your friends. Thank you to the Town of Warwick Police Department for always keeping our community safe.
Thank you to the Warwick Valley Central School District Mechanics for always being on top of your game keeping the WFD Fleet maintained and to the WVCSD.
The WFD is currently raffling off a 65″ Philips ROKU TV at $5 a chance. For the link to pay send an email to t firstname.lastname@example.org. Pick up only or local delivery. The raffle is limited to the first 500 chances.
Fire Prevention Team
Fire safety begins with everyone. Many home fires are preventable. Always remember to keep the community Warwick Fire Safe. Fire Prevention is easy and right from a smart phone and tablet by visiting www.NFPA.ORG, www.community.nfpa.org or the children’s interactive site at www.sparkyschoolhouse.org.
Please use caution while driving on roadways especially in wet weather with wet leaves and slippery surfaces.
Join the Fire Department
For those who are 16 years of age or older who want to give back to the community, join the Warwick Fire Department. Those who are interested can stop by any of the firehouses in the evening to speak with a Fire Officer, especially on Mondays at 7 p.m. or the first Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. For more information call 986-3473 or send an email to email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Congratulations to Town of Warwick Police Officer Kevin Terry on his retirement. He is pictured with his family.