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North Lincoln Fire & Rescue District #1 is committed to providing
quality emergency services through the efforts of its dedicated personnel.

Attention:  All NLFR Volunteers

Lieutenant Testing

Officer testing for the position of Lieutenant will commence on December 15th & 16th from 1800 hours to 2130 hours at Station 1600.  If anyone is interested in testing for the position or being an evaluator, please contact 1163 to sign up.

Firefighters Food Drive was held last month.

Thanks to all those who helped with this project


George Blacketer, Dan Drayton, Madelyn Frogner, Doug Kerr, Al Longworth,

Cheri McPherson, Marc McPherson,  Loren Nordyke, and Cory Seeto.


Mark your calendars

Saturday - December 20, 2014
8:00am @ the Elk's Lodge



Board of Directors Meeting
Held monthly on the second Tuesday.
NLFR members, as well as members of the community are invited to attend.
Taft Station at 6:00 p.m.
December 9, 2014
January 13, 2015
February 10, 2015
March 10, 2015


Lots of fun had by all who attended! 
Even "The Hulk" made an appearance!

Annual Christmas Party


Save the date of December 13th for the Annual Volunteers Association Christmas Party!


Dinner begins at 6:00 p.m. at the Bob Everest Station.  Turkey, Stuffing, Ham, Mashed Potatoes, Macaroni & Cheese, and Rolls will be provided.  Bring a potluck dish to share with the group (Salads, main dishes, desserts, etc.)  Bring your own serving utensil for your dish. 



SANTA will arrive at approximately 7:00 with gifts for the children attending.  (NOTE:  Please be sure to make a phone call to Santa's helpers (KrieAnn  or Lois) with names, ages, gift ideas, etc. for each child attending.  Deadline is December 9th.


GIFT EXCHANGE FOR ADULTS:  Same as previous years; bring a $15 or less wrapped gift if you are going to participate.


If you want further information, please contact the Chairman - Firefighter Al Longworth.

2014 MDA Fill-the-Boot Drive

$18,000 collected August 30-31 Thanks to all who volunteered their time to help Jerry’s Kids!

Awards Banquet - February 2014

Presentation of Badges

Richard Ascherl, Dan Clanton, Christina Dornner, Tye England, Steel Henderson, Michael Kort, Christopher McGauley, Ryan Schlecht, Tim Shepard, Sandra Briggs, Jake Mellander.

Presentation of Years of Service Pins

5 Years:  David Bickerdyke, Nathan Biel, Al Longworth, Brian Nordyke, Loren Nordyke, Erin Robertson
10 Years:  Ken Brown, Chris DeLong
30 Years:  Doug Kerr, Dave Moorman

Safety Award:
 Chief Don Baker

Maintenance Recognition Awards:  Wally Brown, Al Longworth
Support Services Award:  Todd  King
Maintenance Recognition Awards:  Wally Brown, Al Longworth
Support Services Award:  Todd  King
Maintenance Recognition Awards:  Wally Brown, Al Longworth
Support Services Award:  Todd  King

Top Responders:

Station 1200 – Al Longworth
Station 1300 – Jason Jones-Myers
Station 1400 – Darren Hussey
Station 1500 – Doug Strange
Station 1600 – Dave Moorman
Station 1700 – Ken Brown

Community Service Awards:

Steve & Carissa Prewitt
Depoe Bay Rural Fire Protection District
Nestucca Rural Fire Protection District
Sue Graves – Lincoln School District
Diane Kusz – Tanger Outlet
Lincoln City Police Department
North Lincoln County CERT
Mo’s Restaurant
Chinook Winds Casino Resort
Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office
Lincoln County Emergency Management

Rookie of the Year:
  Rochelle Toon

Officer of the Year:
  Chris DeLong

Rescuer of the Year: 
Al Longworth

Chiefs’ Award: 
Jamie Mason

Firefighter of the Year:
  Cory Seeto

Firefighter Ham Dinner - 57th Year!

Recruit Graduation

The following nine recruits graduated from the 2013-2014 Firefighters Recruit Academy:

Richard Ascherl

Dan Clanton

Christina Dornner (awarded the Most Improved Recruit)

Tye England

Steel Henderson

Michael Kort

Christopher McGauley (awarded Top Recruit)

Ryan Schlecht

Tim Shepard

January 2014 - Burn to Learn

Another Successful Food & Toy Drive

Dozens of NLFR volunteers, families, and friends volunteered on Saturday morning, December 21st, to deliver a bit of Christmas cheer and hope.  The boxes of food contained everything needed for a holiday dinner, and a bit more.  Wrapped presents for the children were delivered along with the food to numerous families in our community.


A huge thank you to all involved with the delivery and all the many hours devoted to the collection of food and toys.  Firefighter David Bickerdyke was the chairman for the food drive and put in a lot of hours with this project.  Firefighter Marc McPherson was in charge of the toy drive this year, as well as making sure Santa was at quite a few events around town (he personally knows Santa!)


Coming Soon...Recruit Academy 2014

Applications for Volunteer Firefighters will be accepted beginning in March for the Fall 2014 Recruit Academy.  The Recruit Academy will begin in September and will meet on Tuesday and Thursday evenings, with an occasional weekend class.  The classes will end in January 2015.

If you are interested in becoming a volunteer firefighter for North Lincoln Fire & Rescue, please contact us at 541-996-2233.  This is a great way to serve your community.


Lincoln County Firefighters Deployed

to Southern Oregon

Click here for news release

Left Photo:  Captain Jim Kusz, Firefighter Jeff Cutler,

Lt. Andrew McDonald and Captain Dave Clark


Right Photo:  Crews from North Lincoln Fire, Newport Fire,

Toledo Fire, Central Coast Fire, and Siuslaw Valley Fire



(Just Add Water Safety)

Beach Safety Guide


Click here for JAWS brochure or

contact North Lincoln Fire & Rescue for a printed copy.


Vehicle Fire & Search/Rescue Training

July 22, 2013 Monday Night Drill at Station 1600


Mass Casualty Drill Strengthens
Firefighters' Response

By the way, our "bus driver" who was deceased at the scene, has made a complete recovery!

No one wants a disaster to happen, but North Lincoln Fire & Rescue District #1 planned to have one on June 24, 2013.


Engines and crews were dispatched to a call: 

"school bus into a building"


When crews arrived on scene, they "sized-up" the scene and began the work of aiding the wounded and addressing the multiple hazards that were present.


Actor "victims" from Teen CERT and the community were made up with moulage make-up to resemble actual wounds.  The scenario was that the school bus driver suffered a heart attack while driving the bus with students inside.  One of the students attempted to steer the bus, but it crashed into "Jake's Auto Parts".  The crash caused downed power lines, a gas leak, a fire, etc.  There were many injured students.  There were also people in Jake's Auto Parts with injuries caused by the crash and the fire.


These drills, although difficult to coordinate, serve a very important function for our firefighters, giving them an intense training experience and greatly improving their skills.  Other scenario drills will take place in the near future.


We'd like to thank CERT, NW Natural Gas, Lincoln City Police & Dispatch, Pacific West Ambulance, Mid-Columbia School Bus, Reach Helicopter, and everyone else who participated in this drill.





To view information from Oregon Park & Recreation

Department (OPRD) about debris on the beaches

from the Japan Tsunami, 

click here.