Line of Duty Death Service for Randy Piticco

To IAFF affiliates and friends, Re: Line of Duty Death Service for Randy Piticco January 24th, Bell Performing Arts Centre (procession march begins @ 3pm).  It is with deepest regret and sorrow that we report the line-of-duty death of Retired Captain Randy Piticco (61), Surrey, Britis
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Tree Chip January 2, 2016

Since 1988, The Surrey Fire Fighters Charitable Society have organized the Annual Tree Chip atNewton Athletic Park.  Each year, over forty fire fighters volunteer at the event to remove the trees from the citizen’s vehicles, and toss them into the chipper. Trees are accepted with a sm
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Passing of Retired Captain Randy Piticco

IAFF Affiliates, It is with great sadness and heavy hearts that we announce the passing of retired Captain Randy Piticco.  Randy passed away peacefully on December 22, 2015 with his family at his side.  He fought a courageous battle against lung cancer over the past several months.  R
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Inaugural legacy award presented to Surrey engineering student

Surrey firefighter Todd Schierling looks on as SFU student Samia Kamal chats with South Surrey-White Rock MP Dianne Watts.  — Image Credit: Tracy Holmes Photo by  Tracy Holmes – Peace Arch News posted Nov 24, 2015 at 10:00 AM An SFU student eying a career in biomedical engineeri
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Goodwill Basketball January 5-9, 2016

15th Annual Senior Girls Goodwill Basketball Classic January 5-9, 2016 at Lord Tweedsmuir Secondary Presenting Sponsor Click Image for details   Map View Larger Map
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Thank You Coastal Pacific Xpress

On behalf of the Surrey Fire Fighters’ Charitable Society, we thank Coastal Pacific Xpress for their support to our Mental Health Initiatives through the Annual Break the Ice Hockey Tournament.
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Remembering Those Who Served Our Country

On November 11th, 2015 our Surrey Fire Fighters be joining the following brothers and sisters of the Royal Canadian Legion’s in laying wreaths for those who served our great country.  Join us in remembering those who served our country and made the ultimate sacrifice. Lest we fo
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Halloween Safety Tips

For Immediate Release October 24, 2015 Surrey Fire Fighters Give Life Saving Tips for Halloween Surrey, BC – By making small adjustments to costume and decoration choices on Halloween, danger and risk to public safety is easily decreased.  “It is important for people to take basic pre
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DEALING WITH TRAUMA

DEALING WITH TRAUMA Learn what caused the wound in order to begin recovery By Matthew Johnston September 2015 Have you ever found yourself at a social event and sparked up a conversation with a random person that went something like this: Random person: “So what do you do for work?” Y
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Boot Drive, Sept. 25-27, 2015

Every year the Surrey Fire Fighters ‘shake the boot’ to collect donations from the community in support of the BC Burn Fund and Muscular Dystrophy Canada. This year our Boot Drive is September 25, 26, 27  Click this LINK to go to our Boot Drive page. We’ll be ‘shaking the
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