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    Giving Back | 41
November 2017
CANYON CITY VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
Est. 1888
123 S. Washington St., Canyon City, OR 97820 | 541-575-0509 | canyoncityfire@gmail.com
Sponsored by: Blue Mountain Chiropractic
Thank You to our families for all the support they give us.
It means a great deal, because we couldn’t do it without you!
Program Overview: Fully trained and
accredited through DPSST, longest running
certified fire department in the county
since 1992. Meet and exceed federal
mandates and standards. Assist any and all
other fire departments in the area. In house
training.
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the firefighters
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ere very proud
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Mission Statement: To provide fire
protection to Canyon City residents,
businesses, and to assist other local fire
departments.
Vision: Save lives and property, train up
the new recruits and continue giving fire
protection to our community.
Giving Opportunities: Humbolt
Halloween Night at the grade school,
handing out treats and fire safety material.
Volunteers are always needed!
We are always
in ne
of new volunte ed
ers!
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