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Greenville Fire Fighters
IAFF Local 1976, Greenville, PA
May 31, 2016
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Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery
               Greenville Firefighters Offer Help to Change Smoke Alarm Batteries Daylight-savings time ends Sunday November 1, and marks the 28rd anniversary of the Change Your Clock Change Your Battery program. Read More...
Smoke Detectors Available
Free Smoke Alarms to be Available for Greenville Borough Residents. Greenville Firefighters IAFF Local 1976 is partnering with the Red Cross to provide and install free smoke alarms to Greenville Borough residents as part of the Home Fire Safety Preparedness Campaign launched Nationally by the Red Cross last year. Read More...
Download: Greenville Smoke Alarm Registration Form.docx
Fire Protection Referendum Yard Signs
Greenville Firefighters will be distributing yard signs to any borough resident or business that would like to show support for the upcoming Fire Protection Tax Referendum that will be on the May 19th ballot.  If you would like a yard sign for your residence or a window sign for your business please call the Fire Station at 724-588-3111 and get placed on the list. Read More...
2014 Local 1976 MDA "Fill The Boot" Day

          On Friday, August 29th, 2014 from 8am til 6pm, Greenville firefighters held thier annual “Fill The Boot” campaign to raise money for MDA. Firefighters were located at Main St. & College Ave (near Sheetz) with boots in hand.  Due to the generous contributions of the public and a Donation by Greenville Firefighters IAFF Local 1976 we were able to raise a total of $5,000 for MDA.  We would like to thank all that contributed and a Special Thank You to Pizza Joe's in Greenville for providing lunch.  

Greenville FD 2013 Annual Report
Click on link to view a detailed annual report for 2013 Read More...
Download: Greenville FD 2013 Annual Report.docm
Greenville Firefighters Conduct Operation Warm
Greenville Firefighters Warm the Hearts of Needy Children with New Winter Coats
Greenville, PA – On Saturday November 9th, Greenville Firefighters will provide brand-new winter coats to over 50 children in Greenville in partnership with the Salvation Army of Greenville and Operation Warm, a national non-profit dedicated to warming the hearts, minds and bodies of children in need. The collaborative, community-based program has impact far beyond Greenville. Read More...
IAFF Motocycle Group NW Ride
IAFF Motocycle Group, Pa Chapter Northwest Ride for Breast Cancer Research on Sept 21, 2013 at Allegheny National Forest.       Logging is available at the Hampton Inn in Warren Pa (814)723-2722, when calling request rates for PAMC Ride Group. The Hampton Inn has blocked off rooms for us at a reduced rate. Read More...
Download: PANWRIDE.jpg
Benefit Dinner for Sharyn Hellman
Sharyn Hellman is the wife of Greenville Police Officer Jim Hellman.  Please come out and show your support for Sharyn. Read More...
Download: sharyn hellman.pdf
Greenville FD 2012 Annual Report
Download: 2012 GFD Annual Report.doc
Another Busy Year for the Big 96
For the fourth year in a row, the Greenville Fire Fighters of IAFF Local 1976 broke the previous years run record. In 2012, our members ran a total of 994 responses compared to 988 responses in 2011. A special thanks to all the members for their hard work and dedication for protecting the residents of the Borough of Greenville and surrounding areas when called upon. Read More...
Urgent Call To Action
CALL TO ACTION:  The Greenville Firefighters are asking that you stand with us and call Senator Robbins office and voice opposition to SB 1321 , printer number 1750 if it does not contain the ammendments offered by the Fraternal Order of Police and the Pennsylvania Proffessional Fire Fighters. His office number is as follows:
Harrisburg: (717) 787-1322
The Pennsylvania Professional Fire Fighters Association (PPFFA) would respectfully request that you stand with our organization and oppose SB 1321, printer number 1750. The PPFFA has worked in conjunction with the state lodge of the Fraternal Order of Police in developing meaningful and equitable amendments to this piece of legislation.
SB 1321, printer number 1750 virtually eliminates all collective bargaining in Act 47 communities.
The  proposed PPFFA amendments provides mechanisms for Act 47 municipalities to insulate themselves fiscally and bring about financial solvency without severely compromising the collective bargaining rights of those first responders who protect our citizens with their very  lives every day.
The PPFFA is available to expound on our position in regards to SB1321 at your convenience.
Please stand with your hometown heroes in opposition to SB 1321 if it does not contain the right amendments.
Thank you for your support.
Art Martynuska
Greenville Professional Firefighters
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