EGLINTON Rural Fire Brigade will throw open its doors on February 20 for an information night for potential new recruits.
Brigade Deputy Captain Nathan Inwood said a barbecue at 7pm would provide a no-stress opportunity to have a chat with your local firefighters.
“If you've ever thought about joining the NSWRFS come along and meet some of our team,” he said.
“Have a chat about why you might consider joining and what you'll get out of being a member.”
Deputy Captain Inwood said a free barbecue would be held on the night and it would be a great chance to meet the brigade’s firefighters and check out the station and equipment.
“You never know what you’re capable of, until you give it a shot,” he said.
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