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Professional Firefighters Of Wisconsin Golf Outing

Download: Golf Outing Registration Form.pdf
Minnesota Fallen Firefighter Memorial Service and Run/Walk To Remember

The Saint Paul Fire Foundation and the Minnesota Fire Service Foundation would like you to join them on Sunday, September 25th  for two events supporting Minnesota’s Fire Service Community.

Saint Paul Fire Foundation
5K Run/Walk To Remember

Sunday, September 25th, 2016
* Check in starts at 8:00 AM at Mounds Boulevard/Earl Street in Saint Paul’s Indian Mounds Park with the Race starting at 9:00 AM.
* The event will feature a beautiful course along the bluffs of Indian Mounds Park in Saint Paul.
To register for the Run/Walk to Remember CLICK HERE

Minnesota Fire Service Foundation                        
Minnesota Fallen Firefighter Memorial Service

Sunday, September 25th, 2016
10:45 - 11:15 Interfaith Service
11:30 - 12:15 Honor Roll
12:45 Escort Through the Sea of  Uniforms
1:00 - 2:30 Memorial Service
To register for the Memorial Service CLICK HERE

Operation Warm With St. Paul Local 21

Members of Saint Paul Local 21 and 5th District Vice President Tom Thornberg  outfitted hundreds of Dayton’s Bluff students with brand new winter coats, thanks to Saint Paul firefighters as part of Operation Warm. Local firefighters partnered with the program and fundraised to personally fit the students with new coats.  


The IAFF Frontline App - Don't Leave Home Without It

All of the information you get from the IAFF web site is now available for your mobile device or tablet, wherever you are. The IAFF Frontline app lets you submit a change of address, request a membership card and much, much more.

Once you log in, you will have access to all members-only programs and services – all at your fingertips. New content and information is added continually, keeping you up to date. 

Download it today! The Frontline App is available in the Apple App Store and Google Play Store. Search for IAFF Frontline and download the app for your mobile device. 

Hatch Act Amended
Working with the bipartisan team of Senator Dan Akaka (D-HI) and Representative Jason Chaffetz (R-UT), the IAFF secured passage of legislation repealing a federal law that prohibits fire fighters from running for political office if their employer received federal funds. The Hatch Act bars political activity by federal workers, but one provision extends this restriction to state and local government employees whose jobs involve duties that are funded with federal grants, including the FIRE Act and SAFER grant programs.

While some fire fighters will remain covered by similar state restrictions, often referred to as “mini-Hatch Acts,” municipal fire fighters will no longer be barred from seeking office under federal law.
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