Passing by the Orange Train Depot last night, I noticed the interior lights were on and it looked like someone was working inside. I turned the car around and went back, since I hadn’t had a chance to get any inside pictures in a little while to share with those of you who have been anxiously awaiting the completion for the depot. Continue reading Orange Train Depot getting ready for its close-up
Bridge City Fire & Rescue will be hosting an Open House on October 9, 2014 from 5pm-9pm.
This event is open to the public.
There will be a mock MVA scene, smoke trailer, and many other exhibits for the entire family to see.
Refreshments will be provided.
To provide the best possible emergency service to the people of Orange County Emergency Service District # 2 to minimize suffering, loss of life, and loss of property incurred by fire, accidents, disasters, and medical emergencies.
President W. H. Bickford
Vice president J. M. Eshach
Fire Chief Archie Calhoun
Assistant Chief Thomas Spurlock
Fire Marshal John R. Saint
Secretary Guy O. Rascoe
Treasurer James R. Bays
First fire apparatus was a 1929 model Chevrolet fire truck donated by Harry Rosen of Port Arthur
Fire Chief James Fisette
Assistant Chief Brent Morse
Secretary Aaron McNeil
Treasurer Tammi Fisette
Training Officer Jesse Gardner
Fire Prevention Officer John Paul Ivy