Shown above Jimmie Rice, Marstine Rice, Brenda Hardy, Scott Hardy, Richard Phillips, Hattie Phillips, Gloria Ingram, Mary E. Otieno, James l. Otieno, James Edwards, Sr. displaying Clinton’s latest fire truck.
The family of the late Pauline Hughes of the Clinton VF Department received a resolution in her honor. Shown l to r: Napoleon Hughes, Brenda Hardy, Hodges Smith, President of the AVFD, Johnny Hughes, Carl Hughes, Napoleon Hughes, Jr. and Scott Hardy.
The Greene County Association of Volunteer Fire Fighters Departments (AVFD) held its monthly meeting, Monday, August , 2018 at the Clinton Fire Station. Hodges Smith, President of the Greene County AVFD, emphasized the important of training and completing certification. This was followed by a training led by James Otieno of the Clinton VFD. The training session focused on protecting the first responder emphasizing the following: points of entering, securing the site as well as a escape route working as a team, being aware of hazardous material, time distance for the first responder and being aware of your surrounding. Jena Fire Department reported two members have completed the EMA course. Two VF Stations have new trucks including a 1995 Pierce 1750 /1000 rural Pumper Fire Truck for the Boligee Fire Department and Clinton Fire Station purchased a 1989 Simon Deluxe pumper.
E911 Director Iris Sermon reported a total of 93 incidents occurred during July – August. The family of the late Pauline Hughes of the Clinton VF Department received a resolution in her honor. The Greene County Association of Volunteer Firefighters consists of 14 departments including Boligee, Clinton, Dollarhide, Eutaw, Forkland, Jena, Knoxville, Lower Gainesville Road, Mantua /Lewiston, Springfield, Stream Plant, Tishabee, Union, and West Greene. The next meeting will be held September 18, 2018 at the Dollarhide Fire Station. The Greene County Fire Fighters encourage everyone to participate. If interested in becoming a volunteer fire fighter you can contact Hodges Smith AVFD president.