Stamford, Conn., Has Regional School

Stamford, Conn., Has Regional School

A regional training school for volunteer firemen is being conducted at the Central Fire Station, Stamford, Conn., the course extending through the summer to early fall. It is under the auspices of the Stamford Fire Department, the State Board of Education and the Fire Chiefs’ Club of Connecticut. Captain F. J. Fox, Engine Co. No. 2, Stamford, is in charge of the school. Twenty officers and privates of the Fire Departments of Belltown, Darian, Glenbrook, Long Ridge. Noroton, Noroton Heights, Springdale. Turn-of-River and Westport are attending the school.

Chief Fox is a graduate of the New York Fire School of Instruction and the New York Fire College. He also attended the Delehanty Civil Service Institute, and received diplomas from these institutions.

The closing exercises of the school will take place on September 11, at 2:30 p.m.

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