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Fundraisers for Atlantic City Firefighter Battling Pancreatic Cancer
Fundraisers for Atlantic City Firefighters IAFF Local 198 member Bob McCarty, an ACFD Captain and Air National Guard member, who his battling pancreatic cancer.

Pine Hill FD Awared SAFER Grant to Hire 2 Firefighters
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has awarded the Pine Hill Fire Department a $347,550 grant from the Staffing for Adequate Fire and Emergency Response (SAFER) program. The grant will fund the hiring of two (2) full time firefighters. Pine Hill Firefighters are represented by Camden County IAFF Local 3249.

PFANJ Endorses Jake Lemonda for IAFF General Secretary Treasurer
New Jersey's PFANJ firefighters, EMS, and support service members endorse candidates who support us and stand for public safety, including Jake Lemonda, Uniformed Fire Officers Association IAFF Local 854 President, for International Association of Fire Fighters General Secretary Treasurer.

PFANJ Endorses Edward A. "Edzo" Kelly for IAFF General President
New Jersey's PFANJ firefighters, EMS, and support service members endorse candidates who support us and stand for public safety, including Edward A. "Edzo" Kelly for International Association of Fire Fighters General President.

PFANJ SUPPORTS STATE SENATOR GREENSTEIN
The PFANJ was honored to be a sponsor of an event in Belmar on October 1, 2020 supporting State Senator Linda Greenstein. Pictured with Senator Greenstein are PFANJ President Steve McConlogue, Treasurer Matt Caliente and 2nd District VP Dave Hines.

The Burn Center at Saint Barnabas Medical Center 2020 Valor Awards
The Burn Center at Saint Barnabas Medical Center invites everyone to join their virtual celebration of their 2020 Valor Honorees. The event will be held on Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 6pm and be viewable at www.rwjbh.org/valorawards.

PFANJ President Dominick Marino Remembered at 2020 PFANJ Convention
While the ongoing pandemic altered the 2020 PFANJ Convention in many ways, the biggest change was undoubtedly not having PFANJ President Dominick Marino up at the podium leading the event. President Marino died suddenly while conducting union business on April 14, 2020. The PFANJ was honored to welcome Rachel Marino, daughter of late President Marino, to address convention attendees. After Ms. Marino's remarks, the dais was emptied and President Marino's memory and legacy was honored with a ...