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Much of Oregon is seeing drought conditions. Do your part to prevent a wildfire. If you are camping this weekend, make sure your campfire is out, cold to the touch before leaving. #WildfireAwarenessMonth
Hey, High School Seniors! Do you have an interest in helping people? Are you looking for a great career where everyday is both challenging and rewarding? Then reach out to us as we are accepting applications for our Resident Volunteer Program! Contact us today, 541-433-2466 and ask about our program!
We know it’s still March, but there were several fires yesterday in Central Oregon. Please, prepare your homes now and not when fire is at your doorstep. If your burning, call Walker Range for up to date burn information.
We are very excited to get our new ambulance on the road, just waiting on a few more pieces of equipment and then it will be in service. But for now, here is a sneak peak at our newest addition.
Wednesday nights are for volunteer training. Our volunteers spend countless hours keeping up on their skills to better serve you. If you have an interest in helping your community, get ahold of us and find out how you can become part of our great team!
Do you have a passion for helping people, being apart of a team and working towards a common goal; all the while serving your community?
If so, we have a spot for you! We are actively searching for new members and invite you to join our team! Send us a message or call us today to learn more.
Our crew returned home safe from the 242 fire on Tuesday afternoon. From the initial attack to the our demobilization, we worked with the Klamath County Taskforce to protect structures, reduce fire growth and establish containment lines. 
Thank you for your thoughts and prayers during this incredibly challenging fire season.
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