July 2014 Fire Dragon - It's Summer!
09/12/14 - Testing for Firefighters
The Highlands and Summit Fire Districts are accepting applications until October 13 to establish a joint eligibility list for the position of Firefighter. A Firefighter will perform duties related to fire suppression, fire prevention, emergency medical care, and other activities that support the protection of life and property. Work is subject to 48 hour shift assignments, 56 hour work weeks, and recall responses. The testing and evaluation process is scheduled for October 31 - November 2, 2014.
Firefighter Job Announcement
Firefighter Job Description
07/19/14 - Chief Bradley Retires
After 40 years working in the Fire Service, Chief Bradley is retiring. On July 19, friends and family came together to bid Chief Bradley farewell. There were moments laughter and many more moments of tears; it 's very difficult to see Chief Bradley leave HFD.
Chief Bradley accepts a retirement gift from the Highlands Firefighter Union.
John Aber, Coconino County Senior Planner and former Fire Board Director presents Chief Bradley a plaque of special recognition.
Chief Bradley addressing the crowd at his retirement gathering.
07/15/14 - New Chief Leadership:
Chief Foreman Takes Command
Congratulations to Highlands Chief Foreman for his promotion to Fire Chief on July 15, 2014 at our monthly Fire Board meeting. Our Honor Guard did a great job in presenting his new badge to him. Thank you to Chairperson Peter Kloeber as well for his warm words. Very honorable ceremony. Thank you everyone for the great turn out as well.
Chairperson Peter Kloeber, Fire Chief Dirch Foreman his wife, Susan, and son, August.
Highlands Fire Honor Guard in perfect form with Capt. C. Pond, Eng. C. Poggi-Jenkins, Capt. M. Lopez, & Battalion Chief T. Miller
At attention, Chief Foreman & family.
Susan pinning on Chief Foreman's badge.
07/06/14 - Pancakes!
Our Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, July 6, 2014 was a huge success! Thank you to all who came out and spent the morning with us. We served nearly 450 people and the money earned will go to Highlands Fire Charities. Did everyone get a chance to the see the new Social Media Banner that was created and hanging by the front entrance? We hope so.
Like us on FaceBook and follow us on Twitter.
The HFD Board of Directors now serving pancakes, eggs, hash browns, sausage & BACON! Yes, BACON!: Peter Kloeber, Chair; Jan Hirsch, Clerk; Brad Bippus, Bill Murphy, and Robyn Martin.
Chief Jim Pond (retired), Chief Mike Bradley (almost retired) & Linda Pond
Hello Engineer Chris Pond.
Captain Todd Miller loves our new menu item! Thanks Matt, great decision!
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