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Tue. Dec 19th 2017
LRFD Fire Chief Summers Retires after 35 Years of Service

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (News release) – A retirement reception is being held today for Little Rock Fire Chief Gregory Summer...

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Thu. Oct 19th 2017
Searcy Has A New Fire Chief

 OCTOBER 19, 2017    The City of Searcy is pleased to announce the appointment of Andy Woody to the posit...

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Welcome to Arkansas Association of Fire Chiefs

Mission: 

The Arkansas Association of Fire Chiefs (AAFC) welcomes you to our website. The AAFC is specifically formed to bring career and volunteer Fire Chiefs, from all over the State of Arkansas to a forum of communication, camaraderie, and professionalism. The AAFC believes in serving the citizens of Arkansas by actively participating in the advancement of the fire service, through positive leadership, the sharing of information, and active legislative involvement.

Activities:

An annual convention is held in July in conjunction with the Arkansas State Firefighters Association. The conference provides a forum for sharing knowledge and information, and addressing issues and concerns from across the State.

**Winter Fire Chief's Conference at Winthrop Rockefeller Institute on Petit Jean Mountain will be held on January 25th to January 26th in 2018. Mike Wallace from the National Fire Academy will be coming to talk about Community Risk Reduction. Pricing is $225 for single, or $350 for double occupancy. Click here for Registration Form and call Chief Teague at 501-786-0498, so we can get your name on the list.

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Mon. Feb 19th 2018
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