Community Involvement

Mussey Township Fire Department personnel and their families participate in many community events throughout the year.  We host an Open House during Fire Prevention Week each year in October.  Where the public can view our equipment, ask questions and they even get to see a live vehicle extrication demonstration.  During this week we also proudly host over 300 young students in our fire station for tours and fire safety lessons.  Firefighters also travel to the schools, daycares, and preschools to teach more fire safety.  These are all popular events.
Play Time
Imlay City Bump and Run
A Long Putt
During the early spring and summer months, we volunteer to post a medical team of at least one medically qualified firefighter at little league games and use an apparatus to water down the ball fields to keep the dust down.  During late summer and early fall we have Capac days and the football season where we man the medical rig again.  In the month of December along with the Chamber of Commerce we participate in the annual "Santa's Coming to Town."  Where Santa sits with the children for a photograph and patiently listens to their requests.  Following that is the Lighted Parade and the ceremonial Lighting Of The Tree!  This event is also well attended and continues to grow in popularity, now if we can only get the weather to cooperate!
Fire Prevention Week 2010 and Santa's Coming To Town 2010
All Smiles
During Fire Prevention Week
Community Watches JAWS Demonstration
During 2010 Fire Prevention Open House
Miss Capac
Helping Santa
High School Choir Warming Up 2010
A Cozy..."Winter" Hay Ride?
Capac high School Choir Carolling at Fire Station
Families Enjoying Hot Cocoa
During Santa's Visit
The Big Man in the Flesh...
Miss Capac 2010
Nina Dalecki
Annual Golf Outting 2010

Waiting For The Shotgun Start
Womens Auxilliary Members Helping Out
Team Kain

A Little "Greenage"
Team Stout
Team Rader