We often hear the firefighters quote "my mind will never forget what my eyes have seen" and this remains true for all firefighters including Bozeman's.
As much as we see daily we find ourselves unknowingly relying on our fire family for comfort, then at home we look to our loved ones for the same.
This weeks fire was no different.
Montana State Council and Montana State Firemen's Association
August 2-5 2016
All Convention Sessions at the Big Sky Resort
50 Big Sky Resort Rd.
Big Sky, MT 59716
Big Sky Firefighter’s Local 4732 and Central Valley Firefighter’s Local 4939 are honored to be hosting the 2016 State Convention.
Bozeman FireFighters have a team of 6 set up for the Scott Fire Fighters StairClimb for Leukemia and Lymphoma in Seattle Washington! ALL PROCEEDS go directly to the LLS DONATE HERE THANK YOU!!
Some fun facts: In 2014 Bozeman Fires team finished in 5th place overall in team time, and in 2015 finished 3rd per capita in fundraising.
Bozeman fire calls expected to hit all-time high
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The Bozeman Fire Department is dealing with a big increase in emergency calls. Based on the city's growth rate, the fire chief said he expects to see an all-time high for calls by the end of 2015.
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Buffalo Restoration is teaming up with Kenyon Noble and the Bozeman Fire Department to make sure emergency personal can find your house if you should call them for help during an emergency situation.
"Filling the Boot" is not only an Bozeman Fire tradition but one the IAFF started and has supported for over 60 years! Where does the money go? Many places including a week long camp for these kids! Let me personally tell you I attended the Muscular Dystrophy Association of Montana Camp Make-A-Dream this year it was a week for these kids to simply be kids, some for the first time.
Bozeman Fire participates in first annual national night out
Updated On: Aug 06, 2011
BOZEMAN, Mont. -- The rain might have put a damper on the evening but for those who turned out for Bozeman's National Night Out, there was certainly plenty to do and learn.
"I think it's great you can get all the different entities out here and demonstrate what they are, what they do, how they serve the community and how everything comes together," says attendee, Richard Dortch.
From the Gallatin Valley Sheriff's Department and their Search and Rescue team to the Gallatin National Forest, representatives were there to provide information and safety tips.
"We can teach people some of the good things they can do to protect their very own national forest," says the Gallatin National Forest's Marianne Baumberger. Of course, the event would not be complete without a visit from one of kids' favorite safety mascots. "We met Smokey the Bear," says attendee, Kennedy Dortch.
Adults and teens, like Amy Poole, were able to browse through a number of resources regarding home, internet and personal safety. "The self-defense table...I got to kick a lot of stuff," says Poole.
Perhaps, the highlight of the evening was the Bozeman Fire Department's demonstration."The demonstration was using some of the tools the fire department has, either the Bozeman Fire Department or some of the rural fire departments, to be able to extricate somebody out of a vehicle that's either damaged or can't move," explains Bozeman Police Department's Sgt. Travis Munter.
It was such a hit the first time, they did a second demonstration with a different volunteer. As nerve racking as it may have been, the team certainly showed the people of Bozeman they have what it takes to get the job done.