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Community Opioid Crisis Forum

Please join local leaders and subject matter experts as we come together to examine the Opioid epidemic both at a national and local level. The forum will feature Keynote speakers: Dr. Caleb Banta-Green of the University of WA Alcohol and Drug Abuse Institute, and Dr. Diana Yu, Health Officer with Mason County Public Health. Breakout […]

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Burn Ban Lifted

Effective 8:00 a.m., Friday, October 6, 2017 — Until Further Notice The Mason County Community Development Director, as acting Fire Marshall, and in partnership with the Mason County Fire Chiefs’ Association, has determined the current weather conditions within Mason County, the near term forecast, and the recent “fall like weather” we have been having allows […]

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Robert Collamore Honored by North Mason Kiwanis

Joined by volunteer and career members of the Fire Authority and his parents, Community Outreach Coordinator, Robert Collamore was presented with an award for Outstanding Service by members of the North Mason Kiwanis during today’s North Mason Chamber membership meeting held at The HUB Senior Center, Belfair. Collamore has been with the Fire Authority since […]

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AmeriCorps Members and Firefighters Association Chili Cook-off

Calling all Chili and Salsa Lovers! June  marks the Third Annual Chili and Salsa Cook-off held in conjunction with the North Mason Eagles Club. Proceeds from the cook-off benefit the Firefighters Association Disaster Relief Fund. Click Here for the Chili and Salsa Cook Off Flier 2017 Click Here for the Chili and Salsa Cook-off Registration Form […]

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2018 Budget Hearing to be held November 14th at 5:00pm

On Tuesday, November 14th the North Mason Regional Fire Authority Board of Commissioners will hold a Budget Hearing to review the 2018 Budget Draft. The hearing will take place at 5:00 pm at Station 21 (460 NE Old Belfair Hwy, Belfair). Following the hearing the Board will hold their normal Commissioner Meeting. We invite the […]

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EpiPen usage in the North Mason Community

Over the past few days we have watched in frustration as the story involving the lifesaving EpiPen has unfolded.  The EpiPen is a mechanical device that administers the drug Epinephrine to individuals who experience a life threating allergic reaction to an allergen, such as a peanut or a bee sting.  A severe allergic reaction to an […]

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Fire Authority Members Return from Wildland Deployment

Wildland students Trevor Swetkovich and Tucker Johnson along with Student Firefighter Micah Coolidge recently returned from a nine day dispatch to three Eastern Washington fires. The strike team initially responded to the North Touchet Fire in Dayton. From there, they were reassigned to the Snake River Fire in Whitman County.  And while on their return, were diverted to the Lower Crab […]

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Annual Safety Days!

North Mason Fire Authority along with our partners from the Mason County Sheriffs Office, MACECOM – 911, PUD #3, Belfair Water District, Red Cross, Central Mason Fire & EMS and AmeriCorps over a two day period provided a fun and interactive day of learning to over 900 students at Sand Hill and Belfair Elementary. This […]

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Congratulations to Stephanie Criess

Members of the Fire Authority gathered this afternoon in celebration of Volunteer Firefighter and Administrative Assistant Stephanie Criess. It has always been Stephanie’s goal to become a paramedic. Nine months ago she began that journey at Tacoma Community College. Today, she accomplished her goal. In addition, Stephanie was awarded the “Student of the Year” for […]

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Christ Lutheran Quilters – Quilt Presentation

Today Chief Bakken was presented with seven handmade quilts made by members of the Christ Lutheran Quilters. These beautiful quilts will be given to families in need by our firefighters following an emergency. We wholeheartedly appreciate the Christ Lutheran Quilters and their generosity.  

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