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Help Fire fighters and stay home
Mission Fire Fighters are being checked for signs and symptoms of illness when we arrive at work. Temperatures are being taken before we enter the station. We have to keep ourselves well because if we cant go to work, who's going to respond to your calls? Please ***Originally posted April 5, 2020

Mission City Council approve FIDO bags for fire fighters
The fetch foundation donated supplies for fire fighters with life saving equipment to administer medical attention to your family's pet at the point of rescue. In cases such as fire or automobile accidents etc. fire fighters need special tools on the fire trucks to save your pets. Pets are family too and now we are able to save the lives in an emergency. The City of Mission approved the equipment to be placed on fire trucks after training is provided.. ***Originally Posted February 10...

Mission Fire Fighters welcomed the Dallas Cowboys raffle ticket winners
Today, Members of the Mission Fire Fighters Association presented tickets to the Dallas Cowboys game that included 2 night hotel stay and a gas card to the winners of the raffle. The raffle took place at Brick Fire Pizza. The funds raised will help fire fighters assist citizens of the community who are displaced from their home after a fire. ***Originally Posted December 3, 2019

Mission Fire Fighters partake in Skeet shoot for Rep.Longoria
Mission Fire Fighters participated in Oscar Longoria State Representative District 35 3rd Annual skeet shoot event this past weekend. We appreciate the commitment & support he provides to ensure first responders have the necessary tools and benefits to do our job. Rep. Oscar Longoria is the Vice-Chair of the powerful Appropriations committee. Fire Fighters across the RGV came to support Rep. Longoria to thank and support him for his non-stop efforts to help first responders.

Mission Fire Fighters provide shelter for family in need after being displaced from house fire
Did you know that the Mission Fire Fighters Association have a victims assistance program? Fire Fighters provide shelter to families who get displaced from their home. When times get tough and families have no where to go, we provide a service like no other. Last week, fire fighters encountered heavy flames coming from a home in the area of 2 mile line and Shary Rd. Upon arrival fire fighters made an aggressive attack and was able to knock the fire out using all of the resources they had. ...

Lt. Lopez Retires after 20 years of Service
Retirement is not just a case of not setting an alarm anymore to go to work. It's a major life-changing decision. Today, we celebrated the retirement of Lt. Rey Lopez for 20 years of service. Thank you Lieutenant and have a happy retirement. #ReysRetirement#AjobWellDone #ThankYouForYourService ***Originally Posted September 9, 2019

Fire Fighters Rib Eating Challenge comes to an End
The #McallenFireFighters Vs #MissionFireFighters Rib eating challenge comes to an end. Unfortunately, we lost, but make no mistake it was a close race. The real winners are the citizens who came out to support the fire fighters. Texas Roadhouse will donate 10% of the total amount of all food purchases to the fire fighters rotary house. To see video visit our media tab. Rib Eating Challenge ***Originally Posted September 4, 2019

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