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Sergeants Appointed for the 2017-2018 Year
Monday, March 27, 2017
The MCFD Chief's Office is proud to announce our appointed Sergeants for the 2017-2018 calendar year. Congratulations to Alton Apples (Station 2), Alex Dawley (Station 3), Matt Orchard (Station 2), Jami Whitmore (Station 4), and John Waldon Jr. (Station 1) on their appointment to Sergeant. » Read Full Article
Ice Rescue Training With Liverpool FD
Saturday, March 18, 2017
The MCFD and Liverpool Fire Department took advantage of the recent storm and spent a few hours working on ice rescue training at the Onondaga Lake Marina. Crews started at Liverpool Station 1 understanding mutual resources and procedures before heading out to the marina. We would like to thank the Liverpool Fire Department for the opportunity to work together and further our skills with regards to ice rescue training. » Read Full Article
MCFD Welcomes New Members
Saturday, March 04, 2017
Moyers Corners proudly welcomes ten new volunteers to the department. Our newest "probies" have kicked-off their training with today's orientation session and will start operational training in a few weeks. Thank you for choosing to volunteer with the MCFD and good luck with your probationary training. » Read Full Article
Reported Residential Fire Follows Busy Day
Tuesday, February 14, 2017
At 5:15pm, the volunteers of Moyers Corners were alerted to a residential fire on Meadow River Drive in the Station 2 response area. Initial reports indicated smoke was filling the residence. Units were just clearing a head-on collision on Route 31 when the report of fire went out. » Read Full Article
Past Captain Greg Shaffer Awarded the Prestigious Ken Brand Sr. Award
Friday, February 10, 2017
The Ken Brand Sr Award was named after the Charter Member and Founder of Moyers Corners Fire Department. Moyers Corners was founded in 1948 by Ken Brand Sr to solve a lack of adequate Fire Protection within the Town of Clay. Chief Brand’s character, vision and leadership has left an indelible mark on the Department for the past sixty nine (69) years. This award is presented each year to an Individual that possesses the same character, leadership qualities and commitment to the Town of Clay residents and Moyers Corners in the highest tradition envisioned by Chief Brand. » Read Full Article
2016 Chiefs Award and Fire Police of the Year
Thursday, February 09, 2017
We are honored to present this year’s Chiefs Award to a very well deserving individual, Past President Bob Swahn. Bob has served the Fire Department for nearly 40 straight years. His contributions during his time with us are many, his dedication and commitment is second-to-none, and his desire to make the Moyers Corners Fire Department what it is today is matched by a select few. We would also like to recognize Bob as Fire Police of the Year for 2016. » Read Full Article
2016 Firefighters and Officer of the Year
Wednesday, February 08, 2017
Congratulations to our 2016 Firefighters of the Year and Officer of the Year. These outstanding individuals were recognized by the MCFD leadership at the 69th Anniversary Awards Ceremony. » Read Full Article
Members Reach 30 Years of Service
Tuesday, February 07, 2017
Congratulations to Past Captain Bob Driscoll and Past Battalion Chief Steve Dembowski on 30 outstanding years of service to the MCFD and the residents of the Town of Clay. Both of these individuals have been actively involved in mentoring, training and shaping the future of Moyers Corners. » Read Full Article
Reported Fire at Clay Park Central
Monday, January 23, 2017
At 13:15 hours yesterday, MCFD, North Syracuse, and Mattydale volunteers were dispatched to a reported fire in the bathrooms at Clay Park Central located on Wetzel Road in the Station 3 response area. Initial reports indicated a propane tank inside of a bathroom was on fire. » Read Full Article
Beagle Rescued from Marsh
Monday, January 02, 2017
Four members of the MCFD and one Forest Ranger traversed well over 600 yards through difficult terrain to locate and remove "Jet" the beagle. Numerous other support units from the MCFD stood by on the scene during this extended operation » Read Full Article