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Explorer Logo EXPLORER POST MISSION STATEMENT

To educate young adults in and around the Bowmansville Fire Protection District in the protection of life and property from the rages of fire. To train the explorers in the use and purpose of the tools of Fire Fighting and First Aid. To instill in their minds the desire to help their fellow man in their time of need.

To prepare the young adults in and around the Bowmansville Fire Protection District to become limited active members if they so desire. Upon their 16th birthday, the Explorer Post Advisors may recommend to the Bowmansville Vol. Fire Assoc. Chief, President, First Aid Captain and Membership Investigating Committee.

To prepare the young adults in and around the Bowmansville Fire Protection District to become active members if they so desire. Upon their 18th birthday, Explorer Post Advisors may recommend to the Bowmansville Vol. Fire Assoc. Chief, President, First Aid Captain and Membership Investigating Committee. Or they may stay with the Post as an Explorer until they are 21 years of age.



2017 Explorer Officers

Evan MacPeek, President; Abby Schroeder, Captain; Lauren Pfohll, Lieutenant;
Athena Mohamed, Lieutenant; Eric Taylor, Safety Officer


2017 Explorer Members During Routine Training
2016 Explorer Members Take a Break rom Training



Training Drills 2017
Training
Training Group
Training
Training Group
Training
Team Building
Training
Team Building
Training
Team Building
Training
Training
Training
Training
Training
Training

2016 Explorer Members at Montour Falls
2016 Explorer Members at Montour Falls


Current BVFA Explorer Members
Madalyn Cronan
Janel Koeth
Evan MacPeek
Matt Mendola
Lucas Ott
Lauren Pfohl
Abby Schroeder
Eric Taylor
Matthew Wall


Requirements
  • Ages 14-21
  • Training
  • Compliance with BVFA By-Laws/SOGs
  • Compliance with Learning for Life regulations


    Benefits
  • Free Training
  • Free Uniforms
  • Free protective equipment
  • Make new friends
  • Advancement opportunity
  • Community service & self satisfaction


  • For more information, call 683-9811 or stop by Station 1 on Mondays 9-11 am or 7-9 pm.








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