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by:Awards Medal     2020-01-08
GRAVENHURST -
Twelve Greenhurst people have decided to join the queue for Community citizens.
\"The mascoka fire captain Association has joined forces and they run a mascoka-
Recruitment plan.
\"There are 52 recruits coming from grayhearst, brachbridge, Lake mascoka, Bay Lake and Huntsville,\" said training officer Tracy Jocque . \".
\"As a fireman, everyone doesn\'t have us and them, it\'s a US, it\'s a team, I think this team here, they have a good relationship and they work together very well. \"She said.
\"It\'s really nice to see them working on the phone now.
The graduation ceremony was held on Friday, November.
A new recruit from the fire department of grevinhurst, Terry Fox auditorium, 29 th Century Center.
These are volunteers who start serving the community after completing the first phase of training.
\"Just because you celebrate your graduation tonight doesn\'t mean your training has stopped,\" grevinhurst Fire Captain Larry Prasad told them . \".
\"Your training will never stop.
For me, 39 years have passed and I study every day.
\"The new firefighters exchanged yellow recruitment helmets for black and brown helmets, just like the helmets worn by other troops.
\"The tradition of yellow helmets is actually only about three years old,\" Jocque said . \".
\"We are changing the bunker gear, so the gear we are wearing now is black and brown.
It was yellow before.
So when new people came, we gave them yellow gear.
The recruits were measured as bunker gear earlier, but still wearing yellow helmets, unlike experienced people, Jocque said. “(So it’s a)
It\'s a very proud moment for them, from the new recruits helmet to the traditional black helmet, \"she said.
The graduates were sworn in at the ceremony led by Rev. Dr. James Sitler, (
Firefighters too)
And received a challenge coin marked with vows circled by the words \"integrity\", \"courage\" and \"sympathy.
\"Carry it with you at any time.
\"It\'s not just when you come out to train, seven days a week, where you go, this coin will go with you,\" said Sitler . \".
There is also the Maltese cross on the coin. “The eight-
Malta Cross station is an international symbol of the willingness of the fire department to make great sacrifices to protect others from the ravages of fire.
Sidler said: \"The Maltese cross is a symbol of protection and a symbol of honor, marking the work of firefighters in courage . . . . . . There is only one step away from death . \".
\"You won\'t be a fireman if you don\'t care about others.
We do it because of us.
Care for others.
We care for each other and show kindness, compassion and compassion in doing what we do.
Bill boucable, Donald Groves, John Haines, Mitchell Hull, Robin Jonson, art Thesen, Thomas Nicol, Andrew redredman, richard Rick Sanders and Kyle Thompson are the latest firefighters in grevinhurst. GRAVENHURST -
Twelve Greenhurst people have decided to join the queue for Community citizens.
\"The mascoka fire captain Association has joined forces and they run a mascoka-
Recruitment plan.
\"There are 52 recruits coming from grayhearst, brachbridge, Lake mascoka, Bay Lake and Huntsville,\" said training officer Tracy Jocque . \".
\"As a fireman, everyone doesn\'t have us and them, it\'s a US, it\'s a team, I think this team here, they have a good relationship and they work together very well. \"She said.
\"It\'s really nice to see them working on the phone now.
The graduation ceremony was held on Friday, November.
A new recruit from the fire department of grevinhurst, Terry Fox auditorium, 29 th Century Center.
These are volunteers who start serving the community after completing the first phase of training.
\"Just because you celebrate your graduation tonight doesn\'t mean your training has stopped,\" grevinhurst Fire Captain Larry Prasad told them . \".
\"Your training will never stop.
For me, 39 years have passed and I study every day.
\"The new firefighters exchanged yellow recruitment helmets for black and brown helmets, just like the helmets worn by other troops.
\"The tradition of yellow helmets is actually only about three years old,\" Jocque said . \".
\"We are changing the bunker gear, so the gear we are wearing now is black and brown.
It was yellow before.
So when new people came, we gave them yellow gear.
The recruits were measured as bunker gear earlier, but still wearing yellow helmets, unlike experienced people, Jocque said. “(So it’s a)
It\'s a very proud moment for them, from the new recruits helmet to the traditional black helmet, \"she said.
The graduates were sworn in at the ceremony led by Rev. Dr. James Sitler, (
Firefighters too)
And received a challenge coin marked with vows circled by the words \"integrity\", \"courage\" and \"sympathy.
\"Carry it with you at any time.
\"It\'s not just when you come out to train, seven days a week, where you go, this coin will go with you,\" said Sitler . \".
There is also the Maltese cross on the coin. “The eight-
Malta Cross station is an international symbol of the willingness of the fire department to make great sacrifices to protect others from the ravages of fire.
Sidler said: \"The Maltese cross is a symbol of protection and a symbol of honor, marking the work of firefighters in courage . . . . . . There is only one step away from death . \".
\"You won\'t be a fireman if you don\'t care about others.
We do it because of us.
Care for others.
We care for each other and show kindness, compassion and compassion in doing what we do.
Bill boucable, Donald Groves, John Haines, Mitchell Hull, Robin Jonson, art Thesen, Thomas Nicol, Andrew redredman, richard Rick Sanders and Kyle Thompson are the latest firefighters in grevinhurst. GRAVENHURST -
Twelve Greenhurst people have decided to join the queue for Community citizens.
\"The mascoka fire captain Association has joined forces and they run a mascoka-
Recruitment plan.
\"There are 52 recruits coming from grayhearst, brachbridge, Lake mascoka, Bay Lake and Huntsville,\" said training officer Tracy Jocque . \".
\"As a fireman, everyone doesn\'t have us and them, it\'s a US, it\'s a team, I think this team here, they have a good relationship and they work together very well. \"She said.
\"It\'s really nice to see them working on the phone now.
The graduation ceremony was held on Friday, November.
A new recruit from the fire department of grevinhurst, Terry Fox auditorium, 29 th Century Center.
These are volunteers who start serving the community after completing the first phase of training.
\"Just because you celebrate your graduation tonight doesn\'t mean your training has stopped,\" grevinhurst Fire Captain Larry Prasad told them . \".
\"Your training will never stop.
For me, 39 years have passed and I study every day.
\"The new firefighters exchanged yellow recruitment helmets for black and brown helmets, just like the helmets worn by other troops.
\"The tradition of yellow helmets is actually only about three years old,\" Jocque said . \".
\"We are changing the bunker gear, so the gear we are wearing now is black and brown.
It was yellow before.
So when new people came, we gave them yellow gear.
The recruits were measured as bunker gear earlier, but still wearing yellow helmets, unlike experienced people, Jocque said. “(So it’s a)
It\'s a very proud moment for them, from the new recruits helmet to the traditional black helmet, \"she said.
The graduates were sworn in at the ceremony led by Rev. Dr. James Sitler, (
Firefighters too)
And received a challenge coin marked with vows circled by the words \"integrity\", \"courage\" and \"sympathy.
\"Carry it with you at any time.
\"It\'s not just when you come out to train, seven days a week, where you go, this coin will go with you,\" said Sitler . \".
There is also the Maltese cross on the coin. “The eight-
Malta Cross station is an international symbol of the willingness of the fire department to make great sacrifices to protect others from the ravages of fire.
Sidler said: \"The Maltese cross is a symbol of protection and a symbol of honor, marking the work of firefighters in courage . . . . . . There is only one step away from death . \".
\"You won\'t be a fireman if you don\'t care about others.
We do it because of us.
Care for others.
We care for each other and show kindness, compassion and compassion in doing what we do.
Bill boucable, Donald Groves, John Haines, Mitchell Hull, Robin Jonson, art Thesen, Thomas Nicol, Andrew redredman, richard Rick Sanders and Kyle Thompson are the latest firefighters in grevinhurst.
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