AFMA Celebrates Anniversary
The Arizona Fire & Medical Authority/Sun Lakes Fire Corps celebrated member anniversaries at their monthly meeting. Pictured (left to right) are Bob Leteria (eight years), Fire Corps Lead LouAnn Sedgwick, Ron Betti (six years), Mary Ann Miller (five years), Ramon Rubio (six years) AFMA Coordinator Kim Campbell and Nancy Roberts (six years). Not pictured are Michael and Donna Andrews (both five years) and Sheila Barton (six years). The AFMA volunteer Fire Corps, which encompasses the Community Assistance Program (CAP) for the last 18 years, has expanded into various other community outreaches. Included are home safety assessments, fire safety including use of extinguishers and commercial fire inspections, and the teaching of CCR (Cardio Cerebral Resuscitation) and the use of AEDs (Automated External Defibrillator).
Would you like to know more about the services Fire Corps can provide? Contact us at 623-544-5400. Would you like to join the AFMA/Sun Lakes Fire Corps? Send us an email to CR231R@gmail.com.
AFMA Wants Your Opinion
The Arizona Fire & Medical Authority is seeking feedback from residents to help with their five-year planning process.
Residents and business owners in Sun Lakes and other areas covered by AFMA are encouraged to answer an online questionnaire on the Authority website — afma.az.gov.
The governing board members and fire officers said the information will assist them in defining goals to improve their services.
They added the responses would help them to measure their current performance, to guide their ongoing efforts to improve their service, and to assist them in defining their goals.
“This information will also guide our ongoing efforts to improve our service,” said Eric Kriwer, Deputy Chief and Fire Marshall.