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Lorane Assistant Chief Jim Bailor and RRFR Board member Walt Bernard, trying on some of the Wildland Firefighter fire resistant clothing that Lorane Fire District donated to Row River Fire Response on Friday. Approximately 10 sets of pants and shirts as well as jackets all in great condition!

Our community is very lucky to have such great mentors looking out for our efforts. Thanks Tom, Jim and the Lorane Fire District Board and volunteers!!!

Community Brochure page 2


Sunday, June 25th
Dorena School Gym

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Row River Fire Response has received its 501c3 designation from the Internal Revenue Service.  Your donation is tax deductible!

Confidential Resident/Property Owner Survey

Row River Valley Resident Survey

Row River Fire Response is gathering general insurance and volunteer information. All personal information will be kept confidential and will used to gather statistical data.

If you provide volunteer information, please expect occasional emails and/or phone calls that align with your stated interests. The survey should only take about 3-5 minutes. We thank you for your time and promise to treat your information with the utmost care and respect.

Confidential Resident/Property Owner Survey

Thank you Representative Charlie Conrad!

Our New Fire Truck. Thanks to Sauvie Island Fire!

Sauvie Island Fire and RescueProtecting Our Valley Soon!

Sauvie Island Fire is providing us this engine as soon as they became aware of our steps as a fledgling fire district in our unprotected and extreme fire risk community.
The engine is a 1989 Western States with 1000 gallon tank, high volume structural pump with side reel and deck gun. It passes it’s yearly inspections, is a diesel automatic, and is perfect for our needs.
There are several hoops to jump thru before we can receive it, but we are super excited and grateful to Sauvie Island Fire.
Thanks You, Chief Lake and Sauvie Island Fire!