Info for Joining
Click on below link for application
Why do we need Volunteer Firefighters or Emergency Medical Technicians?
Many small towns rely on volunteers to provide the fire and Ems services. Our town, thru the Promised Land Volunteer Company and Ambulance Corps, relies on volunteers to provide these services at a moments notice. Whether its a neighbors home on fire, a car accident, a hiker lost in the State Park, a neighbor feeling ill, or a host of other types of incidents, the pager will go off this year 250 - 300 times. A prompt response by trained volunteers to put that fire out, rescue a trapped person or treat and transport the sick is essential to our town.
If one of these calls was for you or your family, wouldn't you want someone to show up. With an increase in more homes, more full time families, more tourism and expanded responsibilities of the fire company and ambulance corps, more volunteers are needed. That's why "WE NEED YOU". Without your help, there could be no one to respond. Become a member of that special group of volunteers who have worn the gear of a firefighter.
Civic pride in helping your community.
Instant pride in a job well done helping a neighbor.
Valuable training which may lead to careers in either Fire or Medical areas.
Prior career skills you possess that are needed in you community.
Learn skills that you can use to help your family and friends.
Retired or bored sitting at home looking for something to do.
Looking for more "Excitement" than Wii or Playstation can offer.
Who can Volunteer?
18 yrs old and above for active firefighter or emergency medical technician.
14 - 17 yrs old for junior firefighters.
Social member, 18 yrs old and above.
How can I Join or find our more info?
Stop by Firehouse on Rt 390 every Thursday about 7 pm. Drill Night.
Stop by Firehouse on Rt 390 every 2nd Wednesday of the month about 6:30 pm. Meeting Nights.
Print Below application, fill it our and bring it with you.
Call (570)676-3818 and leave a message. We'll get back to you.
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