The Blodgett-Summit Fire Department always needs more volunteers! There’s no minimum time commitment to volunteer. You can help your neighbors directly as a fire fighter or emergency medical responder, or support the department at work parties.
Emergency medical responder and EMT certifications require training hours every 2 years to remain current, which the department’s routine medical training meets or exceeds.Medical drills are generally 7-9pm on second Tuesdays, plus quarterly Physician’s Review.
Water training is generally 2-4pm on the third Sunday of each month and 7-9pm on the first Tuesday. Stay tuned to the email list for changes and additional details.
Additional fire fighting training, including FF1 certification, is available annually at times TBD.
Contact Fire Chief Dave Feinberg (bldgttdave at aol dot com) to join!