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    Default FDNY: Lt. James Curran Training Seminar

    29th Annual
    Lt. James Curran Memorial Training Seminar


    Saturday, April 2nd 2011 beginning at 9am
    FDNY Bureau of Training, Randalls Island, NYC


    Heavy Vehicle Rescue & Fire Apparatus Extrication
    Capt. Robert Morris, Rescue Co. 1, FDNY

    Engine Company Operations & Tactics
    Lt. Tim Klett, Engine Co. 88, FDNY

    Private Dwelling Fires: Tactics & Procedures
    B.C. Stephen Geraghty, Chief of Rescue Operations, FDNY
    D.C. (Ret.) Peter Hart, Division 7, FDNY


    **There will also be a special dedication ceremony held, including FDNY dignitaries and a performance by the FDNY Emerald Society Pipes & Drums**

    $25.00 includes coffee,doughnuts and lunch

    Merchandise will be available for purchase

    ALL Proceeds Benefit the New York Firefighters Burn Center Foundation

    Visit http://nyffburncenter.com for more information


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    crap...just made plans to be in virginia that weekend!

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    Better sign up, it always fills up fast!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jonnyirons2 View Post
    Better sign up, it always fills up fast!
    It says "Registration day of Seminar" But what is the cutoff? I really don't want to drive 4 hours to get there only to be told it's sold out. And it makes no mention of what to wear. Should you be in uniform, shirt and slacks or casual?

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    Casual is fine. It's a seminar. No hands-on practicals.
    If your definition of casual is polo shirt and slacks/jeans, it's all good.
    Uniform is a little corny

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    Quote Originally Posted by ffbam24 View Post
    Casual is fine. It's a seminar. No hands-on practicals.
    If your definition of casual is polo shirt and slacks/jeans, it's all good.
    Uniform is a little corny
    That is what i figured, i just did'nt want to be the jackass to show up over or underdressed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WD6956 View Post
    That is what i figured, i just did'nt want to be the jackass to show up over or underdressed.
    Just hope its cold enough for winter clothes.
    Proud East Coast Traditionalist.

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    I would recommend a comfortable ensemble, maybe a nice nike track suit.

    Call the burncenter and ask what the deal is.

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    There is NO pre-registration, show up at the door with $25.00 cash or check. We have NEVER had to turn anyone away, and are prepared to handle any amount that comes. If you would like a front row seat, you are welcome to arrive early. There is no dress code....whatever you prefer is fine.

    There will also be a dedication ceremony (with officials from the FDNY in attendance) held for the refurbished Burn Center Foundation "wall", and the new Fire Family Transport vehicle. The FDNY Pipes & Drums will also make an appearance.

    If anyone would like to get on the mailing list to receive the flyer or wants more information, please visit the website: http://nyffburncenter.com/ and e-mail the office with your address.


    PS: to WD6956....we have a gentleman fly in from California every year to attend, never missed one....he gets the furthest traveled award!
    Last edited by MattyJ; 02-24-2011 at 08:59 AM.

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    Less than 2 weeks away. All are welcome....should be a great day

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