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Meeting Announcements


The Board of Directors meets the 1st Thursday of each month via tele-conference starting at 9:00AM or as otherwise called by the President.


Unless otherwise noted below, the CFFCA General Membership meets on the 2nd Thursday of each month.  All business lunch meetings start promptly at 11:30AM.


NEXT CFFCA General Business Meeting

June 8th, 2017


Seminole County
Fire Dept

 Wildland Fire
Structural Protection

Chief Mark Oakes and
Command Staff
Meeting Room


Altamonte Springs



(Meeting Location)

Hilton Orlando Altamonte

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Hilton - Orlando/
Altamonte Springs

350 Northlake Blvd, Altamonte Springs, FL 32701-5297
Tel: 407-830-1985
Fax: 407-331-2911 

Full service hot/cold lunch buffet $10pp including beverage, desert, tax and gratuity.

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Special Announcements


Outgoing District 3 Director [Osceola County] Chief Bob Sorenson was presented a CFFCA Service Plaque for his CFFCA Board of Directors service for the years 2013 - 2017.
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BOD Service Plaque Presentation 2017

At the May 11th meeting, Chief Sorenson, Osceola County FR, introduced his agency's command staff speakers who presented a very informative After-Action Report on the 12/23/16 Unno Boutique Hotel.

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Osceola County FR Command Staff Speakers May 2017

At the April 20th meeting Division Chief Jimm Walsh [Winter Park FD] presented a very informative program entitled "The Case for a Tractor-Drawn Aerial Truck" along with WPFD's tractor-drawn aerial being on display. This presentation provided  an overview of how WPFD arrived at the decision to deployment  this type of aerial apparatus over more conventional concepts with proven results over the course of its operation to date.

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Winter Park FD display of their agency's Pierce Tractor-Drawn Tiller courtesy of Chief Jim White [04/20/17]

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2017 CFFCA Retiree Group Photo
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CFFCA Retirees Group Photo 2017
The above photo proudly represents over 360 years of career service

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CONGRATS are in Order

Chief Sorenson BOD Service Plaque 2013-17
Robert "Bob" Sorenson
Fire Chief
Osceola County Fire Rescue

CFFCA Board of Directors
District 3 Director

Carnesale 2017 Leadership Award
  Charles Carnesale
  Apopka Fire Chief

2017 Award Recipient
Fire Chief Craig E. Haun
Leadership Award

March 9th, 2017

Chief Peters - Longwood FD
  Michael Peters
Fire Chief Appointment
  Longwood Fire Dept

October 3rd, 2016

Truss Marking Follow-Up Report

Light-Weight Truss Roundtable
February 25, 2010

IRC Residential Sprinkler
Discussion Guide

IRC Residential Sprinkler PowerPoint Presentation

CFFCA Meeting

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9-11 Never Forget - Red Sky
Red Sky
We shall never forget...

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CFFCA is a supporting partner of  Safe Haven for Newborns. Public awareness signs with the above LOGO have been installed on all participating fire station facilities throughout the Central Florida area of Orange, Seminole, Osceola, and Lake Counties.