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Myrtle Beach Never Forgets Memorial Golf Outing 2017

The Myrtle Beach Never Forgets Golf Outing is one of the best and most popular events of the year. If you’re a firefighter who likes golf, friendship, and a good party, you can’t miss it! Now in its sixth year, the outing is run by firefighters, for firefighters, and a portion of the proceeds benefit the nonprofit Firefighter Cancer Support Network.

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FCSN announces new officers, board of directors members

The Firefighter Cancer Support Network (FCSN) elected new officers and board members on October 17, 2014, during its annual meeting in Long Beach, California. The 2013-2014 board and FCSN representatives from 15 states approved updated bylaws on October 16, 2014. The updated bylaws added the provision for two FCSN state director board seats, among other changes. All board members are elected to serve two-year terms.

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Expanding the Fight Against Cancer in the Fire Service

Cancer has become the most dangerous threat to the health and safety of America’s firefighters. The nonprofit Firefighter Cancer Support Network (FCSN) received a Federal Emergency Management Agency Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program – Fire Prevention and Safety Grant (AFG) to expand FCSN’s unique firefighter cancer awareness, prevention and support initiatives. FCSN will receive $307,224.

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FCSN Website Enhancement RFP

FCSN is seeking proposals for the enhancement, modernization and hosting of its existing firefightercancersupport.org website. The project is funded for an immediate start upon award of the contract. The successful bidder will work in partnership with FCSN to build and maintain the new website functionality and supporting infrastructure.

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Taking Action Against Cancer in the Fire Service

Multiple studies have demonstrated statistically higher rates of various types of cancers in firefighters compared to the general American population. In an effort to help address the alarming rate of cancer in the fire service, the Firefighter Cancer Support Network has published an industry white paper that provides useful information regarding the risks firefighters face during the course of their duties, and also offers practical tips for minimizing their exposure to cancer-causing substances.

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