Seward Angel Tree Wrapping Party Saturday, December 16 12-2 pm @ Seward Fire Department Join the volunteers of Seward Fire Department tomorrow! You bring the holiday cheer, we’ll bring the wrapping materials, cookies, coffee, and hot chocolate. This is the day we wrap up all the gifts that the generous […]
Do you know a family in the Seward, Bear Creek, or Moose Pass area in need of some extra help during the holidays? Maybe a family that could use some extra toys, food, and/or cold weather gear? Seward Volunteer Fire Department Angel Tree Program has been delivering joy to families […]
Station tours, free food, fire safety activities for kids and adults, AND live fire demonstrations at 1:00 and 2:00 pm!
Governor Walker has proclaimed October 2017 as Fire Prevention Month, and encourages all Alaskans to be proactive and take precautionary measures to avoid fires, and participate in public safety activities offered this month by the Alaska Division of Fire and Life Safety and emergency services across our great state.
We invite the community to come enjoy our membership drive and annual meeting Chili Cook Off! Saturday, Oct 7th, Library Community Room. 5 – 6:30pm or when the chili is all gone. Open to everyone, come taste and cast votes for the best of the best in the Chili Cook […]
The Phoenix Chapter of the Alaska State Firefighters Association (ASFA) would like to extend a heartfelt thanks to the people of Seward and beyond for supporting our annual fundraiser cruise to Fox Island this last weekend. On August 26, almost 80 people boarded a Kenai Fjords Tours boat to Fox Island […]
By Kelley Lane for Seward City News – Training for Seward’s annual Mount Marathon race is in full swing. As such, Mount Marathon has been crawling with runners and hikers lately. On a recent sunny Monday, I encountered a full parking lot at the Lowell Canyon Trailhead, and crossed paths with more […]
The Seward and Bear Creek Volunteer Fire Departments joined forces this afternoon to test the water pumps at Preacher Pond. According Seward Fire Chief Eddie Athey, this is an annual event. From the looks of the strong flow and high plumes of water, the pumps worked! Many thanks to our dedicated fire […]
The Alaska State Fire Marshall’s Office would like you to review these links to help keep you safe from Carbon Monoxide Poisoning. http://www.youralaskalink.com/news/one-person-is-dead-and-seven-others-hospitalized-from-carbon/article_661b11e0-f7fc-11e6-8f3c-7388d9282baf.html UNITED STATES FIRE ADMINISTRATION https://www.usfa.fema.gov/prevention/outreach/carbon_monoxide.html https://www.usfa.fema.gov/prevention/outreach/heating.html NFPA http://www.nfpa.org/public-education/by-topic/top-causes-of-fire/heating http://www.nfpa.org/public-education/by-topic/fire-and-life-safety-equipment/carbon-monoxide VISION 20/20 http://strategicfire.org/
Providence Seward Medical Center Trauma Program in conjunction with the Alaska State Trauma Program is offering a two day Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support Class Saturday and Sunday March 25-26 from 8-5 both days. This class is the gold standard in trauma education for EMS and is geared toward Emergency Medical Responders […]
Lions & Tigers & Polar Bears- Oh My!!! Two “Wild Things” auctions are set for this weekend. Friday night at Tony’s Bar- Live and silent auctions at 7 pm. Saturday afternoon at the American Legion after the Seafood Feed- Auction 4:30-5:30 pm. These are family friendly auctions. Bring your checkbook […]
Submitted by Janice Melvin – As the Seward Fire Department volunteers get ready for their annual Angel Tree gift delivery. They still find time to light up the Seward fire station. (images below) -Janice