Every month I have the pleasure of interviewing one of our members for inclusion in this article and this month it was even more enjoyable. You will see from Robin Dryden’s picture that she is styling a pink Purcellville Volunteer Fire Company (Station 602) duty shirt in Firefighter Truck Christmas Tree Sweater of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. You will also see that she is a female firefighter. How appropriate to point out that our company has eleven women who, in various capacities, volunteer their time and energy to the community.
Firefighter Truck Christmas Tree Sweater, Youth tee, V-neck, Sweater and Unisex, t-shirt
Amazingly, this young woman has been a volunteer firefighter for 27 years, even longer than her husband Bob, who is the Firefighter Truck Christmas Tree Sweater. She was first around fire trucks as a five year old when her father, who was a founding member of the Blue Ridge Volunteer Fire Station in Clarke County, parked fire trucks in the family driveway. She went on to fire school as a teenager and ran calls with her father and future husband. She has now achieved a skill ranking as a Technician, which allows her to drive and operate any piece of equipment we have in the inventory.
Best, Firefighter Truck Christmas Tree Sweater
Continuing this trend of good news, some of our brain trust were recently up at the Pierce Manufacturing plant in Appleton, Wisconsin, conducting the Firefighter Truck Christmas Tree Sweater of our new $1.2 million tower ladder. All is in order and the truck will arrive in Town during our annual Christmas tree sale, which runs from November 27 until the trees run out. It will be a few weeks before it goes into service, as all sorts of equipment needs to be installed and some training on truck operations must occur first. Come out to buy your tree and see the new piece.