New vehicles for the fire department

New vehicles for the fire department

At its annual general meeting, the fuchsstadt volunteer fire department looked back on 222 hours of service by its 72 active members. In addition still approx. 1800 hours of training for the active, youth and children’s fire brigades. Here the commander peter stoth thanked particularly the care teams of the children and youth fire department.

The planned acquisition of a new losch vehicle was presented, which is currently being worked on. In addition, there will be a rescue vehicle for flood operations of the county, which will be located in fuchsstadt.

District fire chief oliver lukaschewitsch thanked the responsible persons for the successful work with children and young people. The district fire chief also informed about upcoming trainings, courses and special events for the youth. Treasurer mario rosser gave an overview of the finances, cash auditors markus schneider and thomas knuttel confirmed a flawless management and unanimously discharged the board of directors. Youth leader tim englert proudly reported on his group, which consists of one girl and 15 boys.

Various training activities were carried out with great participation, as well as a day trip to the nurnberg palm beach. In a comprehensive report, the 1. Board member uwe eichel looks back on the past year.

The organization of the colorful evenings runs flawlessly with the well-rehearsed teams before, during and after the event. Also successful were the dialect rally, a kettle meal, the florian day and the vacation program of the municipality. Here a special thanks went to all helpers.

In october the club excursion to sudtirol took place. The fully occupied bus and the great atmosphere during the trip showed once again the good comradeship of the association. Peter stoth welcomed three new members to the ranks of the fire department. Leonard ubel, elias hofling and fabian kiesel, and jonas wehner were appointed senior firefighters.

Uwe eichel and peter stoth thanked peter hart, who has always had an open ear for the needs of the fire department over the past 18 years as mayor, as his last term of office will soon be over and he will go into well-deserved retirement. But he will hopefully remain associated with the fire department as an honorary member for a long time to come, he said.