| Election Notice
Oct 27, 2013 (09:08:02)
BR ROBERTO FORTUNA
BR JOHN MCGILLIAN
· WHEN: TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12TH 7-9AM AND THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 14TH 7-9 AM
· WHERE: STATION 7
| Breast Cancer Awarness
Sep 26, 2013 (15:00:05)
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Pink Shirts are available at General Meeting on Oct. 1st and at station 6. The price for the shirts are $20 and can be worn on duty for the month of October.
October 7th: Gilda's Stair Climb
We are trying to organize a Local 274 team to take the challenge at Gilda's stair climb located at the Ritz Carlton. Post climb party will be located at 42 The Restuarant.
October 11th & 13th:
We are selling Local 274 pink shirts.
Oct. 11th: Lobby at City Hall 11am-1:30pm
Oct. 13th: Octoberfest- Front of Porter House.
October 19th: Pink Boot Drive
Time: 10:30am - 3:00pm
Location: Main St @ Mamaroneck Ave
ALL Members are needed to come out and support Local 274's effort to support Breast Cancer Awarness.
Contact BR's Junior 914-490-1982, Hickey 914-220-2558, D'Antona 914-494-2288
| 207-A APPLICATION
Sep 12, 2013 (19:59:00)
The 207-A application start date has been set for October 1st.
Any member, active or retired, hurt after 7/1/2010 should fill out the new application. You will have 30 days from the start date (Oct 1) to submit your application to Chief Lyman.
Any member injured in the future must fill out the 207-A application within 96 hours of the injury to be eligible for line of duty injury benefits.
Please contact Joe Carrier or Don Henry with any questions.
PFFA GML-207-a Application.pdf
| Thank You
Sep 04, 2013 (21:10:36)
To The White Plains Fire Department;
It has been over six months since Billy has passed and I am still struggling to find the words to thank all of you. You have all been part of my family and an integral part of our lives for the last 34 years and I sincerely do not know what I would have done without all of you.
You brought us endless amounts of food. You shoveled our walkways and stairs and cleared our driveway during snow that seemed it would never end. You provided transportation to my parents and father-in-law which was an invaluable act of kindness. You offered unconditional support, guidance and unwavering strength during an impossibly difficult time. You reminded us that one day everything would be alright. You did exactly what Billy would have done. You kept us all safe.
My family and I are also eternally grateful for your generosity following Billy's funeral. We cherish the celebration we all shared in his life that day. We look upon the axe and helmet every single day knowing how much Billy meant to all of you. We take comfort knowing you will honor his legacy.
We are all trying to find our footing on solid ground again. Billy meant so much to so many people and everyone has reminded us of that. I miss him every minute of every day and I know you all do too. On behalf of my entire family we would like to thank you, his second family, for everything you did to carry us through.
With much love and gratefulness,
Mrs. Joanne DeLanoy
"I would like to be remembered as a man who had a wonderful time living life, a man who had good friends, fine family - and I don't think I could ask for anything more than that, actually."
- Frank Sinatra