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BVFD recruiting.Gary Kent photo.Fire fighters had some of their newest trucks out for display Saturday at the H-E-B- Food Store and the Wal-Mart Supercenter looking for new recruits to the Beeville Volunteer Fire Department. "We've had a few stop by and pick up some information," said Assistant Chief Lanny Holland at H-E-B. Holland was accompanied by fireman Joe Rugar. The group at Wal-Mart had the department's new, $1 million tower truck on display. Assistant Chief Bill Burris was there with Capt. Doug Holland, Lt. Abel Garcia and Fire Fighter Michael Riettini. Holland said they had spoken to some interested applicants. The department is looking for energetic volunteers who would like to undergo the extensive training to become certified fire fighters. In the photo above, Riettini, Burris, Garcia and Holland try to find some relief from the late morning heat at Wal-Mart.
BVFD recruiting.Gary Kent photo.Fire fighters had some of their newest trucks out for display Saturday at the H-E-B- Food Store and the Wal-Mart Supercenter looking for new recruits to the Beeville Volunteer Fire Department. "We've had a few stop by and pick up some information," said Assistant Chief Lanny Holland at H-E-B. Holland was accompanied by fireman Joe Rugar. The group at Wal-Mart had the department's new, $1 million tower truck on display. Assistant Chief Bill Burris was there with Capt. Doug Holland, Lt. Abel Garcia and Fire Fighter Michael Riettini. Holland said they had spoken to some interested applicants. The department is looking for energetic volunteers who would like to undergo the extensive training to become certified fire fighters. In the photo above, Riettini, Burris, Garcia and Holland try to find some relief from the late morning heat at Wal-Mart.
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Firefighters had some of their newest trucks out for display Saturday at H-E-B and the Walmart Supercenter looking for new recruits to the Beeville Volunteer Fire Department. “We’ve had a few stop by and pick up some information,” said Assistant Chief Lanny Holland at H-E-B. Holland was accompanied by fireman Joe Rugar. The group at Walmart had the department’s new, $1 million tower truck on display. Assistant Chief Bill Burris was there with Capt. Doug Holland, Lt. Abel Garcia and firefighter Michael Riettini. Holland said they had spoken with some interested applicants. The department is looking for energetic volunteers who would like to undergo the extensive training to become certified firefighters. In the photo above, Riettini, Burris, Garcia and Holland try to find some relief from the late morning heat at Walmart.
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