Santa is visiting kids and their families in local neighborhoods from 6:00-8:00pm in the evening. If he doesn’t make it down your street, you can also visit with him from 8:00-9:00pm at the end of his route. Please check our Facebook page for the most recent news about which neighborhood he will be visiting.
And don’t forget, Santa relies on his Firefighter elves, so a high volume of emergency calls may affect his visit. Any changes to the schedule will be noted on Facebook as soon as possible.
This morning, Firefighters Joe Alberts, Eric Balmes and Captain Chris Alber participated in the Dream Factory Christmas shopping event. This event involves firefighters from all across the area taking special needs children shopping for their parents at Dillards at South County Center. This is always a fun and humbling event. This year, we escorted Lily.
Join the Florissant Firefighters Community Outreach in raising funds for cancer patient and business owner/technician of Krone’s Auto Repair (since 1994). Scott has been unable to work since November 2017 due to his cancer treatment side effects.
50/50 Raffle * Silent Auction
Sunday, November 25
1PM to 4PM at CREST BOWL
650 N. New Florissant Rd., Florissant, MO
To register call 314-610-1059
$120 for a team of 6
Includes shoe rental and more.
Download the flyer here.
The Florissant Valley Fire Protection District previously partnered with SSM’s Women’s Health to bring awareness to Breast Cancer and the importance of Smoke Detectors. The firefighters wore pink t-shirts and handed out literature reminding women of the importance of annual mammograms. In turn, during Fire Prevention Week, SSM Women’s Health distributed 9 volt batteries (donated by Batteries Plus) reminding their patrons to check their smoke detectors to make sure they are operational.
Members of the Florissant Valley Fire Protection District’s Community Outreach Program and “A” shift personnel on duty deliver lunch to the servicemen and women at the Armed Forces Career Center in the Shoppes at Cross Keys, 14049 New Halls Ferry Road. After the incident in Chattanooga, TN, the Florissant Valley Fire Protection District wanted to show their support of the armed forces, especially those working in the career center right here in our district. With several veterans among the staff and membership of the district, we know their job can be difficult and we thank them for their dedication and service to our community and country.