Randolph Fire Fighters will be supporting the Town of Randolph for the 2014
Night B4 the Forth Fireworks Show. We will again be selling raffle tickets to assist the town in the cost of the Fireworks.
Tickets will soon be available from members of the Randolph Fire Department and at the Town Managers Office at Town Hall.
Use the link below for updated information. Again Thank you for your support for this event.
Randolph Firefighters Local 1268 is asking for help
to participate in our 6th annual cell phone drive for the registered non profit charity
Cell Phones for Soldiers.
Cell Phones for Soldiers core mission is to provide
a means for our military personnel to call home at no cost. This is accomplished by collecting and recycling unwanted cell
phones, chargers and accessories. The proceeds from these items are used to purchase pre paid calling cards for our troops
serving overseas. Local 1268 is extremely proud of its association and support of this fantastic charity.
To date we have collected and shipped 4600 cell
phones and accessories worth over $23,000 in prepaid calling cards for our men and women in uniform. This holiday season
is fast approaching and many of our military heroes will not be home in time to be with their families. By taking the time
to donate to this cause you will be promoting CPFS goal of keeping our military families in touch with each other this year.
Any make or model cell phone, cell phone battery, pager, charger, PDA or accessory in any condition will be accepted
for this incredibly simple and successful cause.
Donations may be left at Central Station, 10 Memorial Parkway, Randolph, MA or call 781
961-0991 for other arrangements or information.
Thank you to all the Locals, Departments, businesses,
civic organizations and citizens who continue to support our troops and their families at this time of year.
Patrick Connors, Randolph Firefighters Local 1268
Randolph Firefighters become SafetyNet Certified.
When someone you love is affected by autism, Alzheimer's,
Down syndrome, dementia or other cognitive conditions, the chance of him or her wandering and becoming lost is potentially
high, and may lead to tragic consequences.SafetyNet™ by LoJackŪ helps find and rescue your loved ones quicker.Randolph
Fire and Police Departments, in collaboration with the Norfolk County Sheriff’s Department, are proud to bring the SafetyNet
by LoJack service to Randolph, offering peace of mind for caregivers of people at risk of wandering. Working
hand in hand with public safety agencies, the SafetyNet service helps quickly find and bring your loved one home, providing
you with additional protection and peace of mind. Enroll
your loved one in the SafetyNet service by 9/30/2011 and get six months at absolutely no cost (while supplies last).
Fast and easy enrollment is now available online at www.safetynetbylojack.com or call 1-877-434-6384. The Randolph Fire Primary contact
for information on this program is Joe Messia at 781 961 0991
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RECRUIT FIREFIGHTERS ARE REQUIRED TO SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETE.