Claremont Firefighter's Association

Fire Department, 100 Broad Street, Claremont NH
 

 


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125th  Annual Fire Prevention Parade:
The parade will be held rain or shine on Friday evening October 8, 2010.  Lineup will be held at the Claremont Middle School on South Street.  The parade will begin promptly at 6:30 pm.  

The parade route will be west on South Street, right onto Pleasant Street to Opera House Square (formerly Tremont Square) and disband in front of City Hall on Broad Street.  Refreshments and awarding of trophies will follow at the Claremont Fire Station on Broad Street.  Photo Gallery of  Fire Prevention Parade. Listing and photos of  Previous Trophy Winners.

Trophies:

Best Appearing Apparatus

Oldest Hand Drawn Apparatus

Best Marching Fire Unit

Oldest In-Service Apparatus

Farthest Distance Traveled

Newest Apparatus

Oldest Motorized Apparatus

 


125
th Annual Fire Prevention Parade
:

Online PARADE REGISTRATION FORM

Date: Oct 8, 2010

Time: 6:30pm

FIRE DEPARTMENT NAME:

WILL YOU BE ATTENDING THE CLAREMONT PARADE?
 

APPARATUS ATTENDING:
  YEAR:

  MAKE, MODEL & DESCRIPTION:

 
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  MAKE, MODEL & DESCRIPTION:

 
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  YEAR:

  MAKE, MODEL & DESCRIPTION:

 
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  YEAR:
  MAKE, MODEL & DESCRIPTION:

 
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NEW APPARATUS? DATE IN SERVICE:

MARCHING UNIT?  

CONTACT PERSON: PHONE:


This form should be completed and returned to, FF Kevin Early or Capt Michael Stringer, 100 Broad Street, Claremont NH 03743,
phone: 603/543-3882, fax: 603/543-4029, online submission, or email:  info@kkg500.com anytime, earlier the better.

Enter your comments in the space provided below:

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  OR Print This Form and Fax 603/543-4029
 


GUIDELINES:

All vehicles must comply with Senate Bill 187, which became effective September 16, 2007.

         No person may use any type of vehicle with protruding or outrigger wheels in the parade unless the vehicle is suitably modified to protect both riders and pedestrians from the wheel assembly.

         At least one adult, other than the driver, shall supervise children riding on a vehicle in a parade and have a reasonable means of immediate communication with the driver.  The number of adults supervising the children shall not be less than one adult per every 4 children and sufficient to ensure that each child is visible to a supervising adult.

         Children riding on a vehicle in a parade shall remain entirely within the perimeter of the vehicle and, if standing, shall be reasonably protected from probable injury if the vehicle suddenly starts or stops.

         Throwing candy is not permitted.  Handing out candy is permitted.

2010 PARADE CHAIRMEN:
FF Kevin M. Early, President;   Capt. Michael D. Stringer, Treasurer