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Vischer Ferry Fire Company names boy as Honorary Firefighter
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Dear Friends and Neighbors,
       As we entered into 2019 this marks our 72nd Year of Emergency Service in our community.
The Vischer Ferry Volunteer Fire Company covers 15 Square miles of southern Saratoga county.  Our 56 members answered 229 calls for help in 2018.
Who are the members of the Vischer Ferry Volunteer Fire Company?
We are friends and neighbors who come from all kinds of backgrounds. One thing the members all have in common is that we have a desire to serve and protect the residents in our community.
Our members also enjoy supporting our community with the town of Clifton Park 4th of July parade, teaching fire prevention to the elementary students in our school district, and our neighborhood Halloween parades.
For the past several years we have called upon your financial support, and the members would like to ask for your financial support again this year. Some of our uniforms are not funded by your tax dollars, but by your generous donations during our annual fund drive.
Vischer Ferry Volunteer Fire Company is 100 percent volunteer and we are always seeking new members. We welcome you to stop at any one of our three stations any Wednesday night and see what it’s all about, or just stop in and say hi to any one of our members.
I would like to say thank you in advance for your generous donation. I hope to meet some of you as you apply for membership to the Vischer Ferry Volunteer Fire Company.
Kenneth K. Bowman
Donations can be made by credit card on the company website using the donate button at:
By mailing a check to:
Vischer Ferry Fire Company
360 Riverview Rd.
Rexford, NY 12148
Thank you for your continued support!


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