As we pause this day to remember all of the victims of this horrific attack on our homeland keep those still affected in your hearts and prayers.
Remember those who sacrificed while helping others, especially the 343 FDNY firefighters and the NYPD and Port Authority officers who lost their lives.
All were husbands, fathers, brothers, sons and friends who thought of nothing but to help others. Those who lost their lives were doing what they do best, helping others.
Keep the families of the victims of the Pentagon and flight 77 and those on flight 93 who died as heroes in Pennsylvania. Those in flights 11 and 175 who were just going about their day. They were fathers and mothers, sons and daughters, husbands and wives, friends and loves of peoples lives.
Remember this day, do not forget, keep those in your hearts who still bears the scars of that fateful day.
The next board meeting of the NHSFA will be at 10 AM on October 20th at Harts Turkey Farm in Meredith. All members are welcome to attend. The NHSFA is looking for a member to serve as the Cheshire County Representative on the board. If you are interested please contact president@NHSFA.org
Welcome to the new NHSFA web site. Welcome. We hope you enjoy your experience here. We hope to be able to keep you updated on events and noteworthy issues to the NH Fire Service. Stay tuned for more information!
The next board meeting of the NHSFA will be at Harts Turkey Farm in Meredith at 10:00 AM on August 25th. All members are welcome to attend.
There has been much discussion recently about the NH Firefighter decal plate that was made available in July. The DMV has not yet “authorized” an official decal design. No firefighter decal is yet official for the plate, which means department decals are not yet permissible. If you have a plate now it cannot contain a 3″ x 3″ emblem until it is recognized by the DMV. An official emblem must be approved, discussions are in the works for an approved emblem. please see the legislation page for more information on the decal plate.
The New Hampshire Fallen Firefighter Memorial will be September 30th 2017 at 10:00 AM at the fire academy grounds. All emergency Service Personnel past and present and families are encouraged to attend. This event is open to the public. 2 names will be added to the memorial this 11th year of the memorial.
Honor Guards, pipers and drummers are requested to attend as well as uniformed personnel who would like to participate. Please contact Erl Lincoln at Earl Lincoln at firstname.lastname@example.org