Explorers win gold and silver
medals at Winterfest.
The South Trail Fire and Rescue
Explorer Program is open to young men and young women between the ages 14 and
21. The program is an Explorer Post under the Boy Scouts
of America's Learning for Life Program.
Explorers with their Firematics' Sportsmanship
Award at January 2011 Commission meeting.
Since 1997, the South Trail
Explorer program has provided area youths with an opportunity to learn about the fire service
profession while having fun and making a contribution to the community. The
explorers learn CPR and first aid, and participate in
training exercises, a ride-along program, community events, field trips,
and camping excursions.
One of the favorite activities for the
explorers is the ride-along program. During school holidays and on Saturdays, if an open seat is
available on the truck, the explorers may ride-along on calls with the
The Explorers meet the first
and third Thursdays of every month,
6:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m., at Station #63, 5531 Halifax Ave. For more
information on the South Trail Explorer program, please call the Explorer
Hotline at 344-9515 or contact
the South Trail Fire Department at 433-0080.
To contact the on-call
Advisor, page 239-930-3501, or e-mail Advisor Firefighter Matt Brennan at
Please note: Under Florida law, e-mail
addresses are public records.
If you do not want your e-mail
address released in response to a public records request,
not send electronic mail to this entity. Instead, contact this
office by phone or in writing.
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