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This weekend, we will be hosting a recruitment event with Spring Brook Fire District #1, Blossom Fire Company and Elma Fire Company. Bring your family for demonstrations by our members, along with a Mercy Flight landing and the opportunity to talk to firefighters. The event will be at Spring Brook Fire District on Saturday 4/23/2022

Our Summer 2021 Sportsman Raffle will take place via Facebook Live on Saturday, July 31, 2021 at 7:00 PM. Please contact the Jamison Road Volunteer Fire Company Facebook or Instagram pages for tickets, or stop at the hall on a Thursday after 7:00 PM.

Every year men and women of Jamison Road VFC look forward to hosting our loyal supporters at our Spring Raffle. However, given the growing concerns around COVID-19 and following CDC & NYSDOH recommendations, we’ve made the difficult decision to postpone our 2020 Spring Raffle. This was a tough call to make, but the health and

On Saturday, November 25th, nearly 190 fire companies gathered in Lancaster for their annual Christmasville parade. This year, Jamison Road decorated their rescue truck with a “Christmas in the Caribbean” theme, along with showing off our new ambulance!  

(From the Elma Review) The Jamison Road Volunteer Fire Company collected 90 unused fire/rescue/EMS department shirts and will send them to volunteers and their families in Texas. The shirts will provide the families with something new to wear after losing many of their belongings in the flooding from the hurricane. Brian Nolan Sr. said 80 percent

On Thursday, May 25th, firefighters from Elma Volunteer Fire Company and Jamison Road Volunteer Fire Company met at a training house owned by Twin District Volunteer Fire Company in Lancaster.  Together, they practiced their skills in ladder operations, using thermal imaging cameras, and  search and rescue techniques.  Although situations where these skills are needed don’t arise

When firefighters at Jamison Road Volunteer Fire Company walked into drill on February 23rd, they were expecting an Interior Qualification drill.  This would consist of an obstacle course designed to simulate potential environments in a fire setting, such as hanging wires, crawling, and dragging a dummy. However, Chief Brian Nolan, Jr. surprised the crew with

When you visit the standing structures that represent a fire company, many feature not only a truck garage, but also an area dedicated to its members.  This is typically some sort of an entertainment area.  However, at the Jamison Road Fire Hall, you will find a fitness room. In January 2017, member Brian Nolan, Sr.

On January 14, 2017, members of the Jamison Road Volunteer Fire Company, Benevolent, Ladies’ Auxiliary, and special guests from the community gathered to celebrate another year of service for the fire company and to install officers for the upcoming year.  The event, taken place at Kloc’s Grove, was evening full of gathering of friends, laughter, and

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