David Nix reported that the Phi Beta Chapter of EOSC needs help on Nov. 16th at 10 a.m. to give
a fire safety program for third, fourth, fifth and sixth graders. Topics discussed were fire hazards,
escape plans and stop-drop-and-roll.
Fire Reports: Ash Creek - 0; Cravens - 2; Veterans Colony - 4; Wilburton - 5; Red Oak - 4
Development of a newsletter was discussed by David Nix and Chris Fiedler.
President Wood reported on several items of interest. He is trying to get support for legislation
that would allow firefighters to run flashing lights, blue and amber, on personal vehicles. Neal
also reported that it looks promising that we will receive the money for a training facility. He
needs a list of available equipment from each department.
Agricultural Rescue, through OSU
Emergency Vehicle Operations
Emergency Medical Technician
Chris Fiedler reported that the Web Page (Angelfire) is going to require advertising (not free).
Chris has some ideas of ways to maybe generate income for the association through this. Chris is
going to re-design the web page. He also reported that he has been in contact with Sooner
Emergency of Muskogee with hopes of securing a donation. David Nix mentioned that he is
keeping a training file on all firefighters and that he needs copies of all training records.
Meeting was adjourned at 8:15 p.m.
Training on SCBA maintenance followed.