We would like to thank everyone who came to our Annual Pancake Breakfast. This is a great event that helps us get info out to the community regarding fire prevention.
62nd Annual Corn Roast a success!
We would like to thank everyone who came out to the 62nd Annual Free Corn Roast.
Without the support of our sponsors and community this event couldn't happen. We'd also like to thank everyone who comes out every month to support our Bingo Night, this monthly event keeps getting bigger and better.
1st Annual Reeseville Art & Music Fest.
On June 23rd the Local 4-H group put together a festival to help them celebrate June dairy month. The event had lots of craft vendors, food, free cheese and ice cream, local musical talent and live bands.
Reeseville Fire Department staged several apparatus and gave tours and demonstrations to the public.
2019 Fire Queen Crowned!
The Reeseville Fire Department held its annual Fire Queen contest on June 11th. The 2019 Reeseville Fire Queen is Samantha Salmi of rural Reeseville. She will represent the Reeseville Fire Dept. at the county contest in August and will act as an ambassador for the dept at various events throughout the year.
On June 8th The Reeseville Fire Department presented a legacy stone at the WI State Firefighters Memorial in honor of Retired Chief Don Beal for his 57 years of service.
Members complete their Firefighter I Certification
3 Members recently got their WI State Firefighter I Certifications.
Congratulations Tim, Dan & Tom!
On May 16th the Reeseville Fire Department presented a scholorship to Colton Butzine of Waterloo. This scholarship is to help him pursue his venture in the Fire and EMS field. From left to right, Vern Butzine (Colton's Grandpa) - former Waterloo Fire Chief, Colton Butzine and Nic Gay - Reeseville Fire Chief. Congratulations Colton!