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Stay Safe This Winter – Follow These Home Heating Guidelines to Prevent Fires

It’s the first day of winter, which means ice and snow may soon be on the way—as well as an increased risk of fires caused by home heating, warns Gloucester Township firefighters. According to the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA), heating fires—the second-leading cause of house fires—are most prevalent in December, January, and February as people try to keep themselves …

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Give Back This Holiday Season: Become a Volunteer Firefighter in Gloucester Township

GLOUCESTER TWP, N.J. – During the holiday season, people often look for ways to serve their community. One way to give back is to become a volunteer firefighter in Gloucester Township. The Glendora, Chews Landing, Blenheim and Erial companies began a coordinated recruitment campaign at www.FirefightersofGloucesterTwp.org nearly two years ago. The campaign is at no cost to taxpayers, funded by …

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Gloucester Twp Fire Companies Salute Firefighting Dads and Kids

Firefighting brings fathers and kids together. More volunteers are needed.Training & gear are free. Start a family a family tradition! Firefighting Families Celebrate Father’s Day by Protecting and Serving Together Gloucester Township–Serving as firefighters brings fathers and their children together. This Father’s Day the Firefighters of Gloucester Township, a recruitment initiative run by Glendora, Chews Landing, Blenheim and Erial fire …

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Resolve to Volunteer with Firefighters of Gloucester Township in 2020

Tis the season for eating good food, spending time with family and friends and setting resolutions for the new year. With 2020 right around the corner, why not consider a new year’s resolution that will impact your life and the lives of others? Volunteering with your local fire department is a great way to start the new year. The need …

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Volunteer Firefighters Connected by Passion for Service to the Community

It’s been said becoming a firefighter is like joining a brotherhood. And in the case of Nicholas Woods and Aaron Holcomb, it’s true, as the two men are a lot alike.  They’re both volunteer firefighters at Glendora Fire Company. They’re roughly the same age and both graduated from Triton Regional High School. They had the same dreams of joining the …