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Meat Raffle

We are happy to announce our Meat Raffle is back this year and will be held on Saturday June 22nd! Contact any one of our firefighters, President Shawn Tracey, or private message us here to reserve a table.

Brighton Fire Music Fest 2024

Get ready to rock out at the Brighton Fire Music Fest on July 12th- it’s gonna be lit! This is a 21 and over event

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Erie County Volunteer Fire Service Awards Dinner

On April 6, 2024, Brighton had a tremendous night at the Erie County Volunteer Fire Service Awards Dinner. Our department was given the President’s Award for accumulating the most fire training hours in all of Erie County over the past year. It is a great honor to receive this award...
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Congratulations Firefighter Bob Dziadaszek!

Congratulations to Firefighter Bob Dziadaszek, (pictured with his wife, Laura) who was honored this morning by the Western New York Volunteer Fireman’s Association as the Firefighter of the Year in the 1-5 Years of Service category!

July 12, 2023 Blood Drive

Please Join Us on Wednesday, July 12 from 1p-6p for a ConnectLife Blood Drive! Help us give back to our community and get a coupon for a free Pint of Perry’s Ice Cream! See you at our Station 1 on 50 Jamaica Rd, Tonawanda, NY 14150!

2023 Annual Music Festival!

Please  join us July 14 & 15 for our annual Music Festival $10 at the gate! Friday, July 14 Featuring Nerds Gone Wild at 9pm-Midnight and Kurts back at 6pm-9pm! Saturday, July 15 Featuring The Yachtfathers at 9pm-Midnight and The Kensingtons 6pm-9pm! We appreciate your support!!

We had to get a state licensed architect to draw the plans for the new hall in order to gain the approval of New York State.

We wanted, among other things, heating, plumbing, and brick walls in the new fire hall – all of which had to be agreed upon by the board. Changing plans takes a great deal of visualization, patience, and yes, unfortunately, arguments.

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