Wednesday 3 February 2010
Journey comes full cycle
Wednesday 3rd February saw the President of the RFBAQ, Max Rogers travel to Bribie Island to take delivery of a slip-on unit.
Gary Blanchard and the Bribie Auxiliaries kindly donated the un-used unit to the RFBAQ, who will recondition it and get it fully operational. It will then be sent out to a Western Queensland rural brigade, where it is greatly needed.
The RFBAQ is thankful to the Auxiliaries for their generosity and very proud to be able to facilitate the re-conditioning and re-homing of this much needed equipment.
If your brigade has a slip-on unit or speed loader that is not being used, please contact your Area Director as all equipment is the property of QFRS. Your Area Director can contact RFBAQ who will arrange for collection, re-conditioning and re-homing of the equipment.
In this way, the RFBAQ and QFRS are able to work together to ensure that fire fighting equipment reaches the brigades and communities who are most in need.