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DR. ROBERT SCOTT, LAFD Psychologist, FHMTC SUNDAY, JULY 15, 2015


Frank Hotchkin Memorial Training Center 7250 World Way West, Los Angeles CA Luncheon: 11:30 AM - 1:30 PM


Catered Taco Bar - $20 includes food & gift


Call Gwen Duyao - (909) 560-6573 or email gigid1217@yahoo.com 23 years of service rescuing the rescuers


BRIAN ALLEN, Captain, FS 80-B SUNDAY, JULY 19, 2015 Fire Station 80 (LAX)


7250 World Way West, Los Angeles CA Social Hour: 1:00 PM


Lunch: 2:00 PM


BBQ Lunch - $20 includes food, drinks & gift There will also be a breakfast served (Free) from 7 AM to 9 AM


Call FS 80 - (213) 978-2180 or email williamtwick@gmail.com or firerider48@yahoo.com. RSVP by July 1, 2015. Casual Dress.


CRAIG FUJIMOTO, Fireboat Pilot, FS 49-A SATURDAY, JULY 25, 2015 Fire Station 49


400 Yacht Street, Berth 194, Wilmington CA Social Hour: 3:00 PM Dinner: 4:30 PM Hawaiian Style Food


Call FS 49 - (310) 548-7549 or text (949) 322-0374 or email: houses2902@mypacks.net


MARK KLECKNER, Captain I, FS 8 WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 19, 2015


Disabled American Veterans #73 6543 Corbin Avenue, Woodland Hills, CA


Social Hour: 6:00 PM - 7:00 PM Dinner: 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM Chicken & Tri-Tip (Stonefire) - $50 per person includes tax, tip & gift Call Sean Kleckner (son) - (818) 522-9847


MIKE JACALONE, Captain II, FS 39-C FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 2015 Malibu Wines


31740 Mulholland Hwy, Malibu CA


Social Hour: 5:00 PM Dinner: 6:00 PM BBQ Buffet - Cost per person TBD


Call FS 39 - (818) 756-8639. RSVP by Sept 6. Hawaiian Attire


What Is The...


Extinguisher Fund? The brain child of Ted Bailie, re-


tired from the LAFD and LAFRA, your station’s Extinguisher Fund is a simple way to collect donations for the Wid- ows, Orphans and Disabled Firemen’s Fund. Ted saw the accumulation of change that the cook dumped into the mess fund box each shift and had a better idea. If this change was instead collected for the WODFF he figured it could really add up. With an average of 50 cents per day per station, in a year there would be . . . well, you can do the math!


So take your turn in the cooking rotation and remember to drop all your change into your station’s extinguisher. There should be one in every firehouse. And any loose change in your pockets, any that you find in the TV chairs, or hoarded in the “ashtray” of your vehicle can be thrown in for good measure. The Widows, Orphans & Dis-


abled Firemen’s Fund is the heart of the Relief Association. This fund pro- vides assistance to our firefighters and families who are faced with personal difficulties and tragedies. Donations are the sole means of support for this Fund. Firefighters risk their lives to daily


protect the community on a


basis. Thus, they and their families can be comforted in knowing that the “Fire Department Family,” supported by the Widows, Orphans & Disabled Fire- men’s Fund, is there for them in times of need.


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