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This past November, PFARS was awarded a Volunteer/Combination Silver Award by Firehouse’s 2020 Station Design Awards, and this month, we were honored to be featured in an online publication.

Thanks to a combined effort amongst multiple generous community partners, PFARS was able to relocate to a larger, more accommodating facility in December 2019, and since then, our commitment to promoting interaction and teamwork amongst our diverse membership has only grown.
We look forward to promoting further learning and collaboration in 2021. Thanks again for the feature, @firehousemagazine .

Read more at:
~ www.firehouse.com/stations/in-quarters/in-quarters/21206286/in-quarters-princeton-nj-first-aid-an...

Photo credits to H2M Architects + Engineers
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This past November, PFARS was awarded a Volunteer/Combination Silver Award by Firehouse’s 2020 Station Design Awards, and this month, we were honored to be featured in an online publication. 

Thanks to a combined effort amongst multiple generous community partners, PFARS was able to relocate to a larger, more accommodating facility in December 2019, and since then, our commitment to promoting interaction and teamwork amongst our diverse membership has only grown. 
We look forward to promoting further learning and collaboration in 2021. Thanks again for the feature, @firehousemagazine .

Read more at:
~ https://www.firehouse.com/stations/in-quarters/in-quarters/21206286/in-quarters-princeton-nj-first-aid-and-rescue-squad 

Photo credits to H2M Architects + EngineersImage attachment

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Last month, Rescue Captain Matt Stiff (left) conducted an in-service training on new rope rescue equipment. This drill gave our members an opportunity to familiarize themselves with the new equipment and operating procedures before implementing them on a rescue call. ... See MoreSee Less

This week, almost 40 of our members were among the first in Mercer County to receive the COVID-19 vaccine! We are proud to be a part of history and grateful to the Princeton Health Department for their tireless efforts to secure vaccine doses for Princeton’s healthcare workers and EMTs. ... See MoreSee Less

This week, almost 40 of our members were among the first in Mercer County to receive the COVID-19 vaccine! We are proud to be a part of history and grateful to the Princeton Health Department for their tireless efforts to secure vaccine doses for Princeton’s healthcare workers and EMTs.Image attachment
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Virtual Information Sessions are held at 6:00 PM every third Monday of the month.  Attendance at an information session is required before the Squad will consider your application for membership. Click here to register for the next upcoming info session.

To learn about becoming a volunteer, you may also use the form below to contact us. When you’re ready, the application can be completed online!

WHY VOLUNTEER?

Most of our volunteers say they want to serve because of the deep satisfaction that comes from helping people in need. Our high school and college age members find it a great way to complement their pre-medical education, and even to help them decide which path to pursue.