Tonight, six City of Hudson Department of Fire members graduated Hudson High School with the class of 2018. These young men started their firematic careers in the department as Explorer Members as early as age 14 and are now becoming Full Active Members of the department.
These young adults managed to meet all of their formal educational requirements in addition to the requirements of the fire department. Several have already begun their required state fire training classes.
Although some are headed to college and others onto careers, they all hope to keep their connection to the department and continue their volunteer service.
From all of the members of the City of Hudson Department of Fire Congratulations, Charles
Dingman, Trevor Otty, Stephen Rochler, Victor Santiago, Devin Stalker and Bryson Upright!
It has been an honor and a privilege to watch you grow into the fine young men you have become.
We are all very proud of you!
The Explorer Program is for young people ages 14 thu 17 to learn about the fire service. Explorers train and work alongside Hudson Firefighters learning not just firefighting and rescue skills but valuable life skills as well.
If you or someone you know are interested in joining the Hudson Fire Department explorer program stop by one of our stations or call our recruitment hotline
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