CERT

The Community Emergency Response Team Program trains residents in basic disaster response skills, light search and rescue, and disaster medical operations.

CPR & FIRST AID

About 92 percent of sudden cardiac arrest victims die before reaching the hospital. Immediate CPR can double, or even triple, a victim’s chance of survival. Learn two easy steps that can save a life.

RESOURCES

Disasters, whether natural or man-made, can strike at any time. The impact can be reduced through a good understanding of preventive actions plus having the knowledge of certain life-saving tools and techniques.

FIRE SAFETY

Every year in America, over 4,000 people die and more than 20,000 are injured in fires. Find fire safety tips for your home and business.

IN THE NEWS

Harfst Swearing-In Ceremony

Press Release 4/23/14

Boles Fire Protection District
Chairman of the Board, Lloyd Harfst Swearing-In Ceremony

Lloyd Harfst

On April 9, 2014 Chairman of the Board, Lloyd Harfst, began his seventh consecutive term as a member of the Boles Fire Protection District Board. Harfst was one of the 3 original Board Members to create the Protection District in 1971. He has served the District for 43 years as a Board Member and Firefighter. He has also held positions of Deputy Chief, Assistant Chief, Captain, and Firefighter. Present at the Ceremony were Circuit Court Clerk Bill Miller, Vice Chairman Harvey Dubbs, Vice Chairman Eric Shoemaker, Appointed Secretary/Treasurer to the Board Donna Hrenak, and Fire Chief Jim Casey.

 

Photos included: 1: swearing in ceremony at Boles Fire Protection District Administration Station in Labadie MO. (Right to Left) Lloyd Harfst, Chairman; Harvey Dubbs, Vice-Chairman, and Bill Miller, Circuit Court Clerk.


UPCOMING EVENTS

Sep 20, 2014 - Firefighter Adventure Run

ABOUT THIS EVENT:  The Second Annual Firefighter Adventure Run will be a 5K, obstacle/fun run.  This event is a totally unique and fun 3-mile obstacle race and experience created by firefighters for EVERYONE (including a fun children’s area).  Participants will expect to get wet, muddy and have a BLAST!

 

PROCEEDS WILL BE DONATED TO THE MIGHTY OAKES HEART FOUNDATION  (www.mightyoakes.org)

The MIGHTY OAKES Heart Foundation is dedicated to providing financial support to families coping with the traumatic reality of congenital heart defects, the most common birth defects in the United States. In an effort to help improve the treatment of congenital heart defects, the foundation will also endeavor to identify leading research-and-development grant recipients.

 

 Second Annual Firefighter Adventure Run

 


 

 

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