The Mannville Fire Department held their annual Pancake Breakfast on October 12. Approximately 120 people attended the event and enjoyed the opportunity to participate in Fire Prevention Week and support Muscular Dystrophy. “As a new chief it’s a great way to engage with the community. It’s a great way to meet people and let people get to know my face. Mannville is small, so everything seems kind of personal. It is also a good team-building exercise for us with everyone helpi
On June 23, the Mannville Fire Department’s Don Speck was deployed with the department’s tender truck to assist with the High Level Wildfire.
“We had some warning ahead of time to get the truck ready, but knew when we got the call that it would come down to whether or not someone with the right qualifications would be available to go. We received the call from the Alberta Fire Commissioner the night before requesting resources, and within a matter of hours after speaking wi
Approximately 150 people attended the Pancake Breakfast at the Mannville Fire Department on October 6.
Created by a past Fire Chief for a community member with Muscular Dystrophy, the crew continues to support the same cause and create fire prevention awareness. Overall, the community enjoyed the opportunity to get together and support the Fire Department.
With the breakfast being hosted for over 30 years, it continues to raise funds for Muscular Dystrophy.
From left, County Councillor Richard Wagner, Mannville Mayor Rick Smith, Mannville Fire Chief Dez Shubert, County Fire Chief Mike Fundytus, County Reeve Roger Konieczny, and
County Councillor Eric Anderson. Photos Angela Mouly County of Minburn and Village of
Mannville residents celebrated the arrival
of a new fire truck at the Mannville Fire
Department on July 9.
Deliberating since last year on how
they wanted to improve, the Mannville Fire
Department specified and ha