Locals conquer 9-11 stair climb


On Sunday, Sept. 11 at the stair climb in Columbus, a team of 23 helped raise $3,035.80 to benefit the FDNY Counseling Services Unit and the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation programs to support the families of our nation’s fallen firefighters. Chris Wysong, Chief, Wayne TWP Fire Rescue said, “It is an honor to serve the community with others willing to step up and make the trip to the top of this climb in recognition of the fallen. We completed our eighth year ringing the bell to honor 192 of the 343 fallen. The badges are displayed on the firehouse wall to remind us that our community is why we serve.”

On Sunday, Sept. 11 at the stair climb in Columbus, a team of 23 helped raise $3,035.80 to benefit the FDNY Counseling Services Unit and the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation programs to support the families of our nation’s fallen firefighters. Chris Wysong, Chief, Wayne TWP Fire Rescue said, “It is an honor to serve the community with others willing to step up and make the trip to the top of this climb in recognition of the fallen. We completed our eighth year ringing the bell to honor 192 of the 343 fallen. The badges are displayed on the firehouse wall to remind us that our community is why we serve.”


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Pic-a-Fay Joint FD (New Holland) had a team led by Chris Spangler raise $2,982.90 this year, completing the stair climb in Columbus on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2022.


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On Sunday, Sept. 11 at the stair climb in Columbus, a team of 23 helped raise $3,035.80 to benefit the FDNY Counseling Services Unit and the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation programs to support the families of our nation’s fallen firefighters. Chris Wysong, Chief, Wayne TWP Fire Rescue said, “It is an honor to serve the community with others willing to step up and make the trip to the top of this climb in recognition of the fallen. We completed our eighth year ringing the bell to honor 192 of the 343 fallen. The badges are displayed on the firehouse wall to remind us that our community is why we serve.”

Pic-a-Fay Joint FD (New Holland) had a team led by Chris Spangler raise $2,982.90 this year, completing the stair climb in Columbus on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2022.

On Sunday, Sept. 11 at the stair climb in Columbus, a team of 23 helped raise $3,035.80 to benefit the FDNY Counseling Services Unit and the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation programs to support the families of our nation’s fallen firefighters. Chris Wysong, Chief, Wayne TWP Fire Rescue said, “It is an honor to serve the community with others willing to step up and make the trip to the top of this climb in recognition of the fallen. We completed our eighth year ringing the bell to honor 192 of the 343 fallen. The badges are displayed on the firehouse wall to remind us that our community is why we serve.”
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/09/web1_FayCo-Team-Stair-Climb.jpgOn Sunday, Sept. 11 at the stair climb in Columbus, a team of 23 helped raise $3,035.80 to benefit the FDNY Counseling Services Unit and the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation programs to support the families of our nation’s fallen firefighters. Chris Wysong, Chief, Wayne TWP Fire Rescue said, “It is an honor to serve the community with others willing to step up and make the trip to the top of this climb in recognition of the fallen. We completed our eighth year ringing the bell to honor 192 of the 343 fallen. The badges are displayed on the firehouse wall to remind us that our community is why we serve.” Courtesy photos

Pic-a-Fay Joint FD (New Holland) had a team led by Chris Spangler raise $2,982.90 this year, completing the stair climb in Columbus on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2022.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2022/09/web1_Pic-A-Fay-Stair-Climb-Team.jpgPic-a-Fay Joint FD (New Holland) had a team led by Chris Spangler raise $2,982.90 this year, completing the stair climb in Columbus on Sunday, Sept. 11, 2022. Courtesy photos