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5K Run/Walk to support Volunteer First Responding Organizations. This event is being held at the Warriors Mark Volunteer Fire Company in Warriors Mark PA. Registration from 7:00am-8:15am and race start time will be 8:30am.
Lieutenant 22-40 First Responder Foundation mission is to provide funding towards grants to support education, training and lifesaving equipment to better serve their communities.
Our Mission is to provide funding towards grants, supporting education, training, and lifesaving equipment needs for volunteer fire companies to better serve their communities.
Our Story – Lt. 22-40 Foundation
For over 27 years, Bobby Gensimore was a dedicated Volunteer Fireman and a First Responder for the Warriors Mark–Franklin Volunteer Fire Company with the call name of LT 22-40. The LT 22-40 First Responders Foundation was established to honor Bobby. On February 17, 2018, Bobby was setting up flares to warn motorists of an accident when he was struck by a vehicle and taken from us. Helping others was Bobby’s passion. Bobby will be forever missed and the community will never forget the love and support he had for his fellow firemen and first responders.
Volunteer Fire Companies require training to stay current with the latest technology. Unfortunately, smaller companies are no longer operating due to lack of funding. The proceeds from this Foundation will go towards grants to support education, training and lifesaving equipment to better serve their communities.
Individual runners welcome as well as Duty Gear Team Challengers:
Fire, Rescue and Law Enforcement Departments are encouraged to participate in the Duty Gear Team Challenge (3-person minimum, in turnout/duty gear, present race day) and compete for Cash Prizes ($100 for EACH division - Fire, Rescue & Law Enforcement departments based on best overall team time) along with medals (1st, 2nd, 3rd place) for individual first responders in each division. A Student plaque will be awarded to the school team with best overall time, and a Community Team plaque awarded to largest participating team (business or any group).
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