PORT HARDY FIRE RESCUE FACEBOOK PHOTO Port Hardy Fire Rescue has gained eight new recruits!

Port Hardy Fire Rescue gains eight new recruits

Port Hardy Fire Rescue is still accepting applications for more personnel to join the team.

Port Hardy Fire Rescue announced on its facebook page that they have had at least eight new recruits join the team following advertising efforts across town and holding an Open House last weekend.

“We are looking forward to some great training with these new faces over the coming months!” said the Port Hardy Fire Rescue.

If you’re still debating whether you would like to join the volunteer fire department, they are still accepting applications for more personnel to join the team.

These eight answered the call, will you?

Check out Port Hardy Fire Rescue’s facebook page at www.facebook.com/porthardyfire/ for more information.

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