On January 15th, 2019 Brothers, Sisters and Family members will be walking in Richmond for the “Walk the Line Cancer Walk”. We are working to improve cancer presumption law and SB1030 is ready to do that.
Fauquier has joined efforts with Local 3756 Loudoun, Local 4145 Frederick, and Local 3401 Winchester and chartered a 53 passenger tour bus. You will have the opportunity to depart locally from Marshall and return later that evening. This is a great opportunity for you to help those who have been affected by Cancer in the fire service. You will ride the bus down, participate in the March, Have an opportunity to speak with your representative, eat some lunch with brothers and sisters, and then return home by 1800 hours.
For more information you can visit the VPFF.org
We ask that you complete the form below to register and then we will register our Local as a group. We also will complete a letter addressed to your representative on your behalf that addresses our concerns.
FireFighters work in hazardous environments. Modern materials used for building homes and home furnishings burn with high levels of toxic chemicals; many of which are known carcinogens. FireFighters and first responders are also routinely exposed to diesel particulate and carbon monoxide as apparatus are freq