Members receive training using the latest equipment in firefighting and emergency medical to become certified firefighters and emergency medical technicians. Volunteers from ages 16-17 can participate in emergency responses, with some restrictions, parental permission and by maintaining grades. Emergency Medical Services responds to many different medical incidents helping those in need; such as car accidents, heart attacks, asthma attacks, injuries, burns, seizures, child-births, and cardiac arrests, and many others. Support staff volunteer roles (non-emergency) are available in fire prevention education, administrative duties and activity coordination around the fire station. With Community Fire Company, you join a volunteer family that serves all of our friends and neighbors. You also benefit from camaraderie and training that can lead to future career opportunities.