The Second Anual Christmas Eve Blood Drive on December 24, 2014 Blood Center Drive at Somers Fire and Rescue Station #1
Last Year, Somers Fire and Rescue Department hosted a blood drive for the Blood Center of Wisconsin on December 24, 2013 from, 9:00 a.m. to 13:00 p.m. Our goal was "24 units on the 24th" of the gift of life saving blood for the Holiday Season 2013. We fell a couple units short, but are happy that those that took the time from a busy holiday day to donate helped alieviate the shortage of the blood supply that happens around every holiday.
This Year, Somers Fire and Rescue is hosting the 2nd Annual Christmas Eve Blood Drive on Wednesday, December 24, 2014 from 0900 to 1300. Our goal, like last year, is "24 units on the 24th". For more information or to schedule an appointment, click here
Firefighter Dusty Thorpe, one of fifteen Somers Fire and Rescue Personnel who donated blood during this drive, is shown his donating blood. Dusty was one of several members who donated their first units for the 2013 drive. Dusty, like other Somers Fire and Rescue members, plans to be a repeat donor.
American Lung Association Climb Wisconsin Team from 2011
Somers Fire Dept. Celebrates Over
75 years of Service
Somers Fire Department began operations in 1934. 2009 marked 75 years of service to the people and visitors of Somers. See photographs of our apparatus, history, and celebration of our 75th Anniversary
Somers Fire Stations
Station No. 1
Station No. 1 is the larger and the most western station in the Town of Somers. It is located at 7511 - 12th Street, Highway E in the Town of Somers.
The station houses an aerial platform truck, two engines, one tender, one grass rig, an ATV vehicle on a trailer, two ambulance rescue squads, and two Kenosha County special rescue team (Hazmat and Trench Rescue) response trailers. Station No.1 is also the main offices for the Department, and is sandwiched between the Somers Town Hall on the left and the taller Public Works Building on the right.Station No. 2
Station Number 2 is the smaller of the two Somers stations, and is located at 812 - 12th Street, Highway E in the Town of Somers. This building houses two engines and one ambulance rescue squad.
Both stations are staffed 24 hours a day
Aerial Photography is courtesy of:
1711 Green Bay Road Kenosha, Wisconsin 53144
Go to Loomis Photographers.com
Somers Fire and Rescue is a Combination Fire Department
Located in Kenosha County in Southeastern Wisconsin along the shores of Lake Michigan, the Somers Fire and Rescue Department has eight full-time members and sixty paid on call volunteer firefighters and/or emergency medical technicians on its staff. Somers Fire and Rescue Department staffs two Intermediate squads, one at each station, to provide emergency care at the Intermediate level 24 hours per day, seven days a week in the Town of Somers. Most of the volunteer members are crosstrained as firefighters and EMTs to assure the quality and care for the people of or for those traveling through the Town of Somers when an emergency arises..
Free Car Seat Check
Did you know that 4 out of 5 car seats are not used safely or correctly?
To be sure that your child's car seat
is not one of them...
Come for a Free Car Seat Check at:
Somers Fire Station No. 2
812 - 12th Street - - Kenosha 53140
Call 552-7262 for an appointment
Please allow 20 to 30 minutes for each car seat you would like to have checked
Somers Fire and Rescue
Chief Thomas J. Smith
P. O Box 197
7511 - 12th Street
Somers, WI 53171