Conway Springs Fire Department
Bikers Battling Blazes
Once again CSFD is hosting our 7th annual Poker run fundraiser
Schedule of Events for the Day
8-10am Registration an breakfast at the Methodist Church
9am First bike out for run (Last bike out at 10:30am)
12-3pm "Party at the park" in the Conway Springs City Park
Music by Ed, BBQ served by CSFD, 50/50 Raffle and Drawing
2 pm Military Recognition at the Flag Pole in the park
2:30 pm Last Bike In
3 pm Poker run winners announced (1st Place $500, 2nd Place $300, 3rd Place $100)
If you are looking for information on the City of Conway Springs you might take a look at the city's new website.
Swing by and take a look, lots of good information.
After 40+ years of volunteering for the Conway Springs Fire Department Asst Chief Thompson has decided to hang up his fire coat. We are having a come and go reception at the Conway Springs Community building on July 27th From 1:30 pm to 3:30 pm. If you get a chance swing by and tell some stories with us and shake the hand of a man that has helped to guide, build and promote our fire department.
Next time you see someone riding along in a vehicle with their feet up on the dash you might take a moment and think about what happens to the pop can in this video.
On Monday night February 13th firefighters from Sumner County Fire District 9 came to Conway springs to participate in a live fire training exercise. Firefighters from County 9 and CSFD ran fire suppression drills along with search and rescue drills. In all we had 26 volunteer firefighters participating in this training exercise.
The Conway Springs Fire Department would like to thank Sumner County Fire District 9 for attending our training session.
CSFD would like to welcome our 3 newest members, from L-R, Kyle Hill, Duncan Mercer & Cory Misak.
How to tell when it's been extremely warm for way to long.
The Fire Chief starts wearing shorts!
CSFD & Sedwick County Station 39 participated in a joint Search & Rescue - Ventilation training exercise. We would like to thank the Conway Springs School District for letting us use their old house for training.
Sedgwick County Station 39, Viola Fire Department and Conway Springs Fire Department all participated in a live fire training at the Conway Springs training facility.
We would like to thank Sedgwick County Stations 39 & 34 along with the Viola Fire Department for atttending our extrication training held on 10-11-10. We really apprecite you sharing your ideas and techniques with us to help us improve our skills.
We would also like to thank EGH Trucking for providing the truck, set up and location for this training exercise.
Live fire training at our training facility.