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October, 2017

1ST Responder Newspaper - NY

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56-24 on their way to taking the "Best Engine in the County" award at the DCVFA parade.

TODD BENDER

Re-Dedicated Engine Wins Big in Millerton Millerton, NY - The Salt Point Fire Company in Pleasant Valley, NY recently re-dedicated one of their engines, 56-14 to honor the 24 charter members of their department. The rig was re-dedicated as 56-24 in June to coincide with the department's 70th anniversary. The lettering was done with the assistance of Valley Custom Sign Shop. The rig is adorned with a plaque as well as the names of the 24 members that formed the department. On August 12th, the members of the department marched with 56-24 at the Dutchess County Vol-

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unteer Firemen's Association parade that was hosted by the Millerton FD. The parade also helped Millerton celebrate 125 years of saving life and property in the Town of North East. Salt Point piloted 56-24 right to the top, taking the award for "Best Engine in the County" at the parade.

Firefighters from Buffalo Ladder Co.6/4th Platoon F.A.S.T. Team at a recent two-alarm fire on 18-22 Summit Ave.

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FDNY and NYPD officers at the 9/11 Memorial in Staten Island.

The names of the 24 Charter Members are on the rig.

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STEVE WHITE

Fairview firefighters posed for a group photo at the end of the "RA Academy" at Marist College, held in August. TODD BENDER

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1st Responder New York October Edition  

1st Responder New York October Edition