Brookline Fire Company #3 Station 35

"Proudly Serving our Community Since 1914"

2019 Dues Drive Letter

Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Recently we wrote to you asking for your support of our annual Dues Drive campaign. The dues we receive help in the ongoing training of our volunteers and the purchase and/or maintenance of our equipment; the same volunteers and equipment that are at your service twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.

If you have not done so already, please click here to pay your tax-deductible dues today. We need your support. The amounts listed below are recommended amounts. We ask you to contribute any amount that you can afford, and are comfortable with, based on your particular circumstances.

Thank you for your support,
The Officers & Members of the Brookline Fire Company

Brookline Fire Company #35 Service Area Map

Click below to pay your tax-deductible 2019 dues online with PayPal.

Tonight members traveled to our training center review and run scenarios on ladder company operations. Crews went through search and rescue, ladder placement, ground ladder throwing, and roof operations.

Once at the station Firefighter Chris Cahill was able to remove his blue (probationary) stripes, and place his yellow stripes on his helmet to signify an interior certified firefighter. Congrats again Chris!
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The Brookline Fire Company Annual 50/50 Fundraiser is officially underway. The drawing will be September 9th, 2019. Please see any member for tickets, stop in the station on Monday nights, or send us a message if you would like tickets. They will also be at our 4th of July rides too. ... See MoreSee Less

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Congratulations to Montgomery County Fire Academy class 1805, which included Brookline Firefighter Chris Cahill. He was also presented with the "Highest Grade Interior Firefighter Award." He completed the 188 hour Firefighter 1 certification over the last few months, and graduated Wednesday night. ... See MoreSee Less

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