Ladies Fire Auxiliary

Welcome to the Bethel-Tate Ladies Fire Auxiliary page!


2018 Officers:

  • President                 

    Debbie Stowell 

  • Treasurer           

    Kim Griffith

  • Secretary               

    Mallory Smith 

             


EVENTS:

2021 Quarter Auction Postponed

The fire department’s Ladies Auxiliary will not hold the annual Quarter Auction fundraiser this Spring.  This is the 2nd year that the auction had to be cancelled due to the Coronavirus pandemic.  They hope to re-schedule for this Fall but that remains up in the air for now.  The quarter auction raises money that the BTFD uses to buy both fire and medical equipment.

Our Auxiliary lost one of our members earlie this year, Helen Cole. Helen was very dedicated to our organization.  If you ever have attended any of the Quarter Auctions, Helen was known as the “paddle lady”, always greeting everyone with a smile.  She will be greatly missed by all us.


2020 Quarter Auction CANCELLED due to COVID-19 pandemic

2019 Ladies Auxiliary Annual Quarter Auction

2018 – Ladies Auxiliary Hosts Quarter Auction


 2017 Quarter Auction Results

Bethel-Tate Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary hosted their annual Quarter Auction on Thursday, April 29, 2017 at Bethel-Tate Middle School. The Quarter Auction raised $2,900.00 in profits thanks to all of our local businesses who donated merchandise. The businesses donations along with our Ladies Auxiliary hard work make it possible for the department to purchase needed equipment each year used in fighting fires and saving lives.

Over the past 5 years, the monies raised from this event have purchased several items:

  • all terrain 4 wheel drive John Deere Gator with rescue equipment
  • a portable water tank with trailer

These are used for rescuing injured patients that are well off the road, normally on the hiking or horseback trails at East Fork State park and to extinguish grass fires. Total cost of over $13,000.00.

  • Five nozzles were purchased last year at $500.00 each. Total cost of $2500.00
  • 4 ice rescue suits at $1,000 each. Total cost of $4000.00

Future plans include buying 2 chain saws to replace the 24 year old saws that were taken out of service recently.

100% of this equipment was purchased without using taxpayer dollars and is something the department is extremely proud of.


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