October 19th 2020
Got a little late start for training this evening, had a call right as we were beginning. Part 1 of pumping review. Each firefighter has to cross train on each vehicle.
Practicing safe distance, Cari Trapp, Branch Manager of US Bank in Minocqua hands a donation to Chief Luke Taylor. The donation from US Bank was a gift card to Milky Way Coffee Company. Thank you very much for thinking of us. Our members will definitely put this to good use.
Huge thank you to Scott Abraham and Jennifer Pockat from Country Charm for cleaning the floors in our station. They provided this service to us through their Community Give Back program. We could not be more grateful!
We spent the morning at Tractor Supply for their grand opening. Chief’s kids picked out a new Chief’s car for their dad, it even matches our trucks.
Welcome to Minocqua Tractor Supply we are glad you are here. Thanks for inviting us.
April 9th 2020
Representing Minocqua Fire and Rescue at the 2020 Chili Cook-off at Arbor Vitae Fire & Rescue. The people have spoken. They received 1st place in the one that mattered, The People's Choice award. Congratulations Dave Batiste and Dave Taddey! Pictured with AVFD Fire Chief Mike Van Meter.
June 4th 2020
Thank you so much to Walmart for donating hand sanitizer and disinfecting wipes to keep our guys safe. We really appreciate you thinking of us.
We visited MHLT, along with Lake Tomahawk Fire and Hazelhurst Fire for fire prevention week. The kids were very welcoming and asked some great questions. Thanks for having us!
January 18th 2020
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June 2nd 2020
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April 15th 2020
The letter for the week at Montessori was F. Firefighter Andy Petrowski and Chief Luke Taylor visited with the kids and shared things Firefighters see and use that begin with F. Starting with the Firetruck of course, and firefighters, flashlights, flame, fire hydrant and even squeezed in some Fire Safety.
June 1st 2020
Huge thank you to Wild Turkey for donating our meal for this evening. It was absolutely delicious. Tough to get everyone motivated to head out for training, they kept going back for seconds and thirds. If you haven’t tried them yet, give it a try. Wild Turkey is on the corner of Front Street and Oneida Street, downtown Minocqua.
September 5th 2020
Members of Minocqua Volunteer Fire and Rescue helped those who jumped into the chilly water get back onto the ice at Chill Out 2019 near the Thirsty Whale in Minocqua. Jumpers braved the freezing cold water of Lake Minocqua to benefit Children's Miracle Network!
Minocqua, Hazelhurst and Lake Tomahawk Fire Departments did a drive through at MHLT to thank the teachers. Teachers were outside to wave to their students as their parents drove them by.
Thank you Walmart for thinking of us! Chief Luke Taylor (l) and Firefighter Paul Seidler (r) were presented a box of goodies for our firefighters.