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 We take great pride in our membership, especially those that served or continue to serve this great country of ours.  We have many members that currently serve on active duty or are former or retired members of the armed forces.

 We dedicate this section to our members currently deployed. We ask for your prayers and continued support for them and their families.

 

 


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Tue. Nov 11th 2014
Election results and news

Good Morning,November 4th 2014, we held our annual elections.  The results were Phillip Dallas Fire Chief- 2 years ...

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Tue. Feb 18th 2014
Up date

Good morning to all, Thank you for visiting our web page, This site has changed dramatically. They have done a wonderful...

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Sun. Nov 24th 2013
FEMA/ news update

We have been working very hard on our FEMA grant . We submitted it and now are waiting. so excited ! We are applying for hose...

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We are selling Christmas Trees again! Come on by the department and pick out your tree! Prices range from $50-60 and trees are between 6 and 14 feet tall!

 

 

Did you know?

Facts about home holiday fires

  • One of every three home Christmas tree fires are caused by electrical problems.
  • Although Christmas tree fires are not common, when they do occur, they are more likely to be serious. On average, one of every 40 reported home structure Christmas tree fires results in a death compared to an average of one death per 142 total reported home structure fires.
  • A heat source too close to the tree causes roughly one in every six of Christmas tree fires.
  • More than half (56 percent) of home candle fires occur when something that can catch on fire is too close to the candle.
  • December is the peak time of year for home candle fires. In December, 11 percent of home candle fires began with decorations compared to 4 percent the rest of the year.

Source: National Fire Protection Association


Sometimes a house fire starts from something you never imagine could cause such damage.  Watch this video about the proper way to dispose of batteries, and what can happen if they're just simply thrown away.  You can also find out more information by visiting the site of the video's creator at www.kidsandcharacter.com


 

 

In Memory of

"543"

 

 

   

   

    

 


News Headlines
 
Election results and news
Tue. Nov 11th 2014
Good Morning,November 4th 2014, we held our annual elections.  The results were Phillip Dallas Fire Chief- 2 years termDavid Lewis Vice President-2 year termPatrick Mathis - Secretary 1 year termJohn Wooley- Treasurer - 1 year term.  We were notified earlier this month that we did not...

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Up date
Tue. Feb 18th 2014
Good morning to all, Thank you for visiting our web page, This site has changed dramatically. They have done a wonderful job. We have many events going on so please come out and see/support your fire department.  Many of you wonder are we paid? Not at this time, We just have the luxur...

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FEMA/ news update
Sun. Nov 24th 2013
We have been working very hard on our FEMA grant . We submitted it and now are waiting. so excited ! We are applying for hose TIC s nozzles and a hydraulic pump. ISO re Inspection has been pushed off till the later part of 2014 or early 2015. We are working hard to make positive changes to thos...

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up dates
Wed. Sep 18th 2013
Members of this department have all been working hard on many projects. The LZ in the back of the station is completed and approved by all agencies.509 Project is completed and in service. We had our Forestry inspection yesterday and they were very excited about this truck and the possibilities...

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up dates
Wed. Sep 18th 2013
Members of this department have all been working hard on many projects. The LZ in the back of the station is completed and approved by all agencies.509 Project is completed and in service. We had our Forestry inspection yesterday and they were very excited about this truck and the possibilities...

Read more »


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Station Donations

We thank the following businesses and organizations for their generous donations that support the mission of Half Moon Volunteer Fire Department:

Wicker Super Store

Bojangles on Western Blvd.

Food Lion

Marine Federal Credit Union

Empty Nest Photos

Furniture Fair

Bethlehem Baptist Church

Lowes Home Improvement

Home Depot

Calvary Assembly of God

The Yard Shop

Walmart

US Cellular

Ci Ci's Pizza (Western Blvd)

Sanders Ford


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2014 Call Volume
  Fire
Jan 30
Feb 15
Mar 32
Apr 21
May 22
Jun 17
Jul 16
Aug 18
Sep 12
Oct 23
Nov 34
Dec 1
Total 241

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Contact Information

Half Moon Volunteer Fire Department Inc.
4835 Gum Branch Rd.
Jacksonville, NC  28540

Non-Emergency:
910.455.8760

Emergency:
911

Fax:
910.455.2623

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Birthdays for December

13th Bobby Leverentz - Life Member
18th Raymond Sorrell
24th Heather Mathis
30th Michael Porcheron

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