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Our mission is to strive with a positive and professional attitude to provide competent emergency services to the citizens who live, work and visit Mount Laurel Township.

The next Board of Commissioners meeting is

Monday, December 16, 2019

7:00pm

69 Elbo Lane, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054

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IN THE NEWS…

Santa and his Fire Truck is Coming!

PLEASE NOTE:
The Santa run which was originally scheduled for December 9th will now take place on December 16th and the run for December 10th, will now take place on December 17th.

Santa will be riding in the front seat of the fire truck each night from December 9th to December 13th beginning around 6:00pm. The neighborhoods have been broken out into zones and each reindeer has been assigned to a zone.

Use THIS LINK or the map below to determine which reindeer is covering which zone.

Santa’s elves have given us GPS units for each fire truck to show everyone where Santa has been each night. Determine which reindeer is assigned to your zone and then use the link associated with that reindeer on the night that he’ll be in your neighborhood.

PLEASE NOTE:

– Dates and times are subject to change based on emergency incidents and weather.
– For safety reasons, the fire trucks will be limited to main roads.
– Keep up with any schedule changes by visiting OUR FACEBOOK PAGE.

BLITZEN
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DASHER
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COMET
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PRANCER
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Red Cross Blood Drive

Presenting donors will get a Red Cross t-shirt (while supplies last)

Mount Laurel Fire Department
Masonville Station 361
105 Masonville Road
Mount Laurel, NJ 08054

December 21, 2019
9am – 2pm

Make the choice to make a difference: CLICK HERE

Recipient Spotlight

Brian Boyle has been a longtime advocate for blood donations since blood helped him survive following a horrific car accident. He is grateful for blood donors again as his son, Liam, has needed blood products.

American Red Cross employee Brian Boyle credits blood donors for helping save his life after a horrific car accident. Now, donors are also helping his newborn son, Liam, who was born with multiple heart defects.

Brian shared, “As a blood donation advocate for the past 15 years, I’ve dedicated my life to helping raise awareness on the true importance of blood donation. It’s incredibly heartwarming to see the lifesaving role that blood products have played in my son’s survival during his major heart procedures and throughout his recovery over the past three weeks. A special thanks goes out to the generous individuals who took the time to donate blood to help Liam, and to all my friends and colleagues at the American Red Cross for all the encouragement and support over the past few weeks. From the past to the present – blood donations are truly lifesaving and life giving.”

You can follow Liam’s progress and keep cheering him on at Liam Boyle’s Heart Warrior Journey (rcblood.org/2ksGErJ) on Facebook.

September 11, 2001 – Never Forget Memorial

memorial

The Mount Laurel Firefighters’ Foundation, a 501c(3) non-profit organization, in cooperation with the Mount Laurel Fire Department, is taking donations to maintain a memorial to remember those lost on September 11, 2001. The focal point of the memorial is a steel I-beam from the World Trade Center, generously donated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey. We need your support to maintain our memorial and ensure we Never Forget. You can use the PayPal button below for your donation.

Thank you in advance for your support.




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