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FIRE DEPARTMENT

In an Emergency call  911
Non-Emergency call 927-5271

Name Rank
David Snow Fire Chief
Jim Bublitz Asst. Fire Chief
Joe Abbe Captain
Mike Miescher Lieutenant
Nic Gay Engineer
Ben Zechzer Engineer
Jim Bublitz President
Mike Miescher Vice President
Ashley Bockhorst Secretary
Craig Horneck Treasurer

 

 The Village of Reeseville Fire Department was organized March 7, 1892 in Moores Hall.     The Fire Department
currently has a membership of 25 and is strictly a Volunteer Department.   
The Fire Department covers the Village of Reeseville and the surrounding townships of Lowell, Portland, Shields and Elba. 


Fire department meetings are held the first Monday of each month. 
There is also a training session held the third Monday of each month.

On the second Saturday of August the firemen and volunteers provide a free corn roast held at the Fireman's Park. 
This is open to the public and everyone is invited to attend. 
There is Free Sweet Corn,  a Chicken Dinner, Brats, Hamburgers, Cheeseburgers, Hot Dogs, Soda, a Large Beer Stand, Raffles, and lots of Games for the kids. 

The evening is topped off with a large Fire Works show provided by Spectrum Pyrotechnics of Reeseville.

On the Second Sunday of October,  watch the firemen display their equipment and cook a hearty breakfast.  
The breakfast consists of Scrambled Eggs, Pancakes, Sausage, Hash Brown Potatoes, Homemade Muffins,
Juice and Coffee.  
Each event provides funds for equipment and training for the coming year.      

Stop by and support the Fire Department and the Village.

For more information contact
Chief David Snow
(920)927-3612

 

The Village of Reeseville Fire Department also has a Fire Department Auxiliary. 
It was first established June 17, 1991.

The Auxiliary assists the firemen in whatever capacity they can, including providing food and refreshments
at fires. The Auxiliary provides the meal at the Annual Fire meeting held the first Monday of March.
The Auxiliary also works at several of the stands at the Annual Corn Roast in August, and helps
at the pancake breakfast in the fall.

Anyone interested in joining the Fireman's Auxiliary may contact either
Ruth Snow (920)927-3612 or Joan Beal (920)927-5288

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