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The Mid September, 2012 edition of Warren County Report

The Mid September, 2012 edition of Warren County Report

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Published by Dan McDermott
Warren County Report is the most-read newspaper in Front Royal and Warren County Virginia
Warren County Report is the most-read newspaper in Front Royal and Warren County Virginia

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It’s back – a new solar proposal
USO dance & Air Show a hit
Sours sworn in asRevenue Commissioner
Testing yourself atFR Karate Club
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 Volume VII, Issue 19 · Mid September, 2012
 Warren
County Report
 
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Page  • Warren County Report •Mid September, 01Read all issues in their entirety FREE on www.WarrenCountyReport.com
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By Carol BallardWarren County ReportMembers o the combined re de-partments o Warren County gath-ered on Aug. 31 or a celebration inthe new Public Saety Building tohonor volunteer and career reght-ers and EMs or their accomplish-ments in 011.Awards were presented by FireChie Richard E. Mabie, County Ad-ministrator Douglas P. Stanley andSouth River District Supervisor Lin-da P. Glavis.“Tis is our rst event in the new Public Saety Building. We’ve movedrom 410 square eet to about ,000,”noted Chie Mabie.He went on to especially thankDouglas P. Stanley, the Board o Su-pervisors and Warren’s Sheri DanielMcEathron, or pushing the projectorward. He also hal-seriously re-minded the reghters present to beready to take calls i they came in.“Some have said I’ve started actinglike a real re chie,” he joked.He went on to stress that it is very hard to decide who will be chosen towin, then called the reghters upto received their awards. He recitedeach man‘s accomplishments andsome o the reasons why they werechosen.Dedication to the department-many o them going way beyond thecall o duty on and o the job-washigh on the list- and he praised themor being very busy people.He also thanked and recognizedtheir amilies.“Tis job takes a toll in time and e-ort, sometimes 4 hours at a time,”he said.Notable praise went to Fire Mar-shal Gerry Maiatico, recipient o theFire Chie’s Award or helping gainsupport to establish the re marshal’sposition.Others honored at the ceremony along with their companies includ-ed: Wyatt Strickland o ShenandoahShores, volunteer reghter o the year; Jay Moore o Front Royal, vol-unteer EM o the year; Larry Olivero Front Royal, volunteer ocer o the year; and the Linden VolunteerFire Company, company o the year.Career members o the departmenthonored were: Lt. Mickey Sirna, re-ghter o the year; Lee Gibson, EMo the year; and Capt. Ray Cross, o-cer o the year.Tree career reghters promotedto lieutenant were: Zach Burrows o Rivermont Station ; Kermit Gaithero South Warren Station 3 and Mick-ey Sirna.Chie Mabie ended the meeting by thanking the sta and a asking or aprayer or the members’ saety.Ater the meeting, Chie Ma-bie said how happy he is to have anEmergency Operations Center in theacility – a room dedicated to takecare o the county’s disasters-typi-cally winter weather and oods.Te room will be equipped withinormation boards, televisions andlaptops, and in case o extraordinary events, like hazardous material spillsor airborne threats, when state orother agencies would be called in,all technology and resources will beavailable to them as well.“We’ve never had a room dedicat-ed just to that,” he said.For inormation, visit www.warrencountyre.com, or nd themon Facebook at https://www.ace-book.com/warrencountyre
A 9/11 remembrance
Found on Warren County Fire andRescue Facebook page on 9/11/1:“oday is a dicult day or many people, let’s take a moment and re-member all the victims and theiramilies on this day along with therst responders. ake a second tobe thankul or everything you haveand do something nice or someonewhether it’s a “pay it orward” act o kindness, check in on your neighbors,thank someone or their service, visita nursing home, make a donation toa charity, etc.”A nice thought guys, and a greatway to remember all who were lost,including your brothers at FDNYCwho died trying to save others.
County Fire and Rescue celebrates sta, volunteer contributions
Warren County Administrator Douglas P. Stanley con-gratulates, from left to right, Lieutenant Zack Bur-rows, Lieutenant Mickey Sirna, and Lieutenant KermitGaithers on their promotions as Fire Chief RichardE.Mabie looks on.2011 Volunteer and Career Award winners look likethey enjoy being in their spacious section of thenew Public Safety Building . From left to right: Wy-att Strickland of Shenandoah Shores, Volunteer Fire-
ghter of the Year; Jay Moore of Front Royal, Volun
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teer EMT of the Year; Lee Gibson, EMT of the Year;Lt. Mickey Sirna, Fireghter of the Year; Fire MarshalGerry Maiatico, Fire Chief’s Award; Larry Oliver of Front Royal, Volunteer Ofcer of the Year; Fire Chief Richard Mabie and Capt. Ray Cross, Ofcer of theYear.FDNY Memorial courtesy
of the Warren County Fireand Rescue Facebookpage
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