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COVID-19 Update

We all recognize it’s more a matter of WHEN than IF COVID-19 spreads to our community. Our fire department is working hard to ensure that our volunteers, employees and community are safe during these trying times. The department’s volunteers and staff are staying updated on the latest recommended safety practices to protect themselves and their families. Please, be aware that the fire stations have restricted … Continue reading COVID-19 Update

Thank You, Senator Tester

We are grateful to Senator Jon Tester for sending the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) a letter to support our department’s application for an Assistance to Firefighter’s grant. Our department is trying to secure funds to replace an obsolete 1986 water tender that is no longer safe for service and is non-compliant with current firefighting standards. Water tenders are firefighting apparatus that transport water to … Continue reading Thank You, Senator Tester

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Our Auxiliary’s Raffle Fundraiser

The Marion Fire Auxiliary announced 2020’s prizes and plans for its annual raffle ticket sales. In the spring they will mail tickets to Marion addresses and to addresses of Marion Fire District’s property owners who live outside the district. They also plan on selling tickets during the Lodge at McGregor Lake’s fishing tournament coming up February 15-16 and at the Montana Sportsman’s Expo February 21-23 … Continue reading Our Auxiliary’s Raffle Fundraiser

Happy new year card 2020. Silhouette of healthy girl doing Yoga Bow pose on tropical beach with sunset sky background, woman practicing yoga as a part of the Number 2020 sign.

Yoga Classes at Fire Station’s Community Center

Two instructors are now offering free yoga classes each Saturday at 9 AM in the Marion Community Center attached to the main fire station (180 Gopher Lane). They are accepting donations to go to the Marion Fire Auxiliary in lieu of payment for their services. We hope to see you there. The instructors ask that you wear comfortable clothing and bring a yoga mat (if … Continue reading Yoga Classes at Fire Station’s Community Center