Glenville Volunteer Fire Company Inc

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Relay for Life 2016

Chief Hoha, Asst. Chief Furano & Lt. Caldwell walked a couple laps wearing gear in support of Relay for Life.

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Deadly Fire at Gulliver’s – Today in History: June 30

3rd. Lieutenant Steven Caldwell, June 30

In the early morning hours of June 30, 1974, a rock group called Creation was blaring away when the first wisps of acrid smoke drifted into Gulliver’s, a nightclub that straddled the Port Chester, New York, and Greenwich, Connecticut border. Then, according to one of the survivors, “smoke came in really quickly and there was almost a stampede for the stairway.”

Two Greenwich police, investigating ... (Full Story & Photos)

Firemen work to douse the last flames of a fire that swept through Gulliver's Restaurant, June 30, 1974 - © 2012 The Associated Press
Firemen work to douse the last flames of a fire that swept through Gulliver's Restaurant, June 30, 1974 - © 2012 The Associated Press

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Classroom presentation.
Classroom presentation.

What's going on in your part of Greenwich?

3rd. Lieutenant Steven Caldwell, June 26

GLENVILLE

A car has been involved in a serious accident with someone trapped inside in desperate need of help. Glenville Volunteer Fire Company firefighters race to the scene and pry open the vehicle with the jaws of life, rescuing the driver.

This exercise last week was a simulation conducted by the volunteer firefighters as part of a presentation to the community. Nearly 25 people came out Wednesday ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief James Heavey Graduates from FBI National Academy

3rd. Lieutenant Steven Caldwell, June 14

Two hundred and thirteen Law Enforcement Officers, including James J. Heavey, Chief of the Greenwich Police Department, graduated on June 10, 2016 from the FBI National Academy Program at Quantico, Virginia. The 264th Session of the National Academy consisted of men and women from 47 states. Included in the class are members of law enforcement agencies from the District of Columbia, 21 international ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Mike Hoha, District Chief, Glenville Volunteer Fire Company; Terry Betteridge, owner and CEO, Betteridge Jewelers; Sandy Kornberg, president, Glenville Volunteer Fire Company.
Mike Hoha, District Chief, Glenville Volunteer Fire Company; Terry Betteridge, owner and CEO, Betteridge Jewelers; Sandy Kornberg, president, Glenville Volunteer Fire Company.

Glenville Volunteer Fire Company to Honor Terry Betteridge

3rd. Lieutenant Steven Caldwell, June 09

The Glenville Volunteer Fire Company announces that Terry Betteridge, owner & chief executive officer of Betteridge Jewelers, will be presented with the David N. Theis Award at the Fire Company’s 2nd annual Cocktail Reception on Oct. 27, 2016, at Tamarack Country Club.

Proceeds from this year’s event will benefit the Glenville Volunteer Fire Company.

Greenwich residents Susan Bevan & Tony Daddino, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Memorial Day Parade and Service in Glenville Honors Those Who Have Sacrificed

1st. Asst. Chief Gino Furano, May 31

On Sunday evening, Glenville was the spot for a Memorial Day Parade and service to honor those who perished while serving in the country’s armed forces.

During the service, Eagle Scouts Trevor Webb and Elias Boyer read aloud all the names of those from Glenville who made the ultimate sacrifice for their country and the Glenville Volunteer company lowered the flag to half staff.

Between the parade ... (Full Story & Photos)

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