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My husband was a volunteer firefighter for fourteen years and is still active . However, on this book we agree. It is one of those rare books that we both have read and enjoyed.
My husband was a volunteer firefighter for fourteen years and is still active in the local fire department, so I was drawn to this book.
Volunteers, a Portrait of Small-Town Firefighters. Author Raymond Pompilio spent two years documenting the activities of volunteer fire departments. B&w photographs throughout. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780895940186.
Short books to feed your craving for ideas. Our daily coverage of the world of ideas. Now in our town, where the volunteers supplement a highly skilled career staff, you have to get to the fire scene pretty early to get in on any action. I remember my first fire. In both my vocation at Robin Hood and my avocation as a volunteer firefighter, I am witness to acts of generosity and kindness on a monumental scale, but I'm also witness to acts of grace and courage on an individual basis. And you know what I've learned? They all matter.
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