2021 Annual Meeting via Zoom
January 30, 2020, 7 P.M.
- Voting members are those with paid up 2021 dues
- Questions or comments invited
- Please use the “Raise Hand” function (or wave frantically) to be recognized
If interested in running for a board seat, please contact Tom Nunes firstname.lastname@example.org prior to January 24, 2021
1 – Welcome (Ernie Nunes, President)
2 – Minutes of 2020 Annual Meeting (Tom Nunes, Secretary)
3 – Financial report (Bob Camozzi, Treasurer)
4 – Chief’s report (Chief Anello)
5 – President’s report (Ernie Nunes)
6 - Nominating Committee report (Tom Nunes)
7 – Election of 2 board members (Ernie)
8 – Firefighter of the Year Award (Chief Anello)
9 - Adjourn
TWO ROCK FIRE Potluck Dinner & Annual Meeting
Jan 30, 2021 07:00 PM Pacific Time (US and Canada)
820 2235 0226
Our ranks are comprised entirely of volunteers who sacrifice their energy, time and personal safety,
to protect the lives and property of The Two Rock Community.
Being a volunteer firefighter these days
has never been more of a challenge.
Between the time required for training, meetings, responding to calls, maintenance duties, community outreach programs,
social events, family commitments and real jobs,
it is a wonder how the volunteers get it all done, but they do, and they do it well.
The Harder The Sacrifice,
The Greater The Reward.
When faced with what could be the worst crisis of ones life, we at Two Rock Fire understand that
the last thing a 911 caller needs is a group of untrained people arriving on
scene lacking the proper equipment and knowledge needed to perform with proficiency
in an emergency situation.
The Volunteers at Two Rock Fire are dedicated to be ready to roll with
top of the line emergency equipment and with professionally trained personnel to respond to
any 911 incident. In 2009 Two Rock Fire responded to nearly 100 calls and logged in
a collective of 2000 training hours.
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You can make a difference in someone's life.