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Sun. Jul 5th 2020
DUE to COVID -19 the Canaan Railroad days committee with deep regret has announced it is going to cancel the 2020 events. If there happens to be any changes to where or when then can do events later i...
Sun. Jul 5th 2020
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The Canaan Fire Company is proud to announce we have been chosen to be the host community for the 2021 Connecticut State Fireman's Convention and Parade. This will be the 2nd time Canaan has been ...
Sat. Dec 8th 2018
At the 2018 Annual dinner for the Canaan Fire Company, There were many awards presented to members. Highlights of the evening were:Top Responder awards went to top three
members that responded to th...
Sat. Dec 8th 2018
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On Friday December 7, 2018 at the annual dinner of the Canaan Fire Company they saluted Past Chief Rick Weaver
for completing 50 years of active membership. At the dinner Rick
accepted his plaque...
Tue. Jun 12th 2018
It is that time of year to think about being part of the John F. Foley Lone Oak Challenge Annual Golf Tournament Event to Benefit the Canaan Fire Company. The Tournament will be held at the Egremont C...

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Dear Friends & Neighbors,

The members of the Canaan Fire Company provide a safe and rapid response to any request for help and assistance 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Our training and experience in handling these incidents ensure the safety of the residents of North Canaan and beyond.

2020 has proven to be a difficult year for everyone. Volunteering during a pandemic has put a strain on our members and forced them to train for new situations and have a detailed eye on their safety and responses to every emergency. New personal protective equipment needs, sanitizing options and training have been implemented across our membership.

Another challenge is fundraising efforts. Due to the constraints of social distancing we are unable to hold any of our regularly scheduled fundraising events. The cancellation of events includes selling fried dough, our golf tournament, boot drive and annual raffle. We are looking at lost revenue tallying $60,000 for the year. Our members pride themselves in our ability to work to raise funds to keep this company going, and this year our hands are tied.

We are reaching out tot he community for support. Today, while it is fresh in your mind, we ask that you consider making a tax deductible donation to support us. Remember that you will never receive a bill for our services. We recognize how difficult these times are for everyone and appreciate any contribution you can make at this time.

When making your contribution, please remember that your call for help is answered by your friends and neighbors who volunteer. Your donation directly assists The Canaan Fire Company in providing better service and protection to our community.

Donations can be mailed to

Canaan Fire Company

PO Box 642

Canaan, CT 06018

We, the members of the Canaan Fire Company, thank you for your continued support.

Sincerely, The Canaan Fire Company

Jason Zucco                     Isaac Freund                       Brian Allyn                  

President                                 Vice-President                             Chief

 

 

Who Is A Volunteer Firefighter?

 

Volunteer firefighters are your neighbors. Mothers and fathers, husbands and wives, sisters and brothers, and uncles and aunts. Landscapers, students,pilots, plumbers, CEOs, doctors, attorneys, engineers, contractors, paramedics, career firefighters, dog trainers, homemakers, accountants, electricians, IT specialists, administrators, bankers, graphic designers,sales representatives, teachers, business owners, and more ..

 

We are always looking for new member's! Please stop by the Canaan firehouse on any Tuesday night to see what we do and you might be able to help

 

 

 

 

 

  When You See a Blue Light, Pull to the Right. Volunteer Firefighters are required to display a flashing blue light to warn motorists while responding to emergencies in their personal vehicles. Although Connecticut Motor Vehicle Law does not require motorists to pull to over to the right, be courteous and let them pass.

 

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