Announcement

The Independent Special Fire Control Districts of Fort Myers Beach and Iona McGregor jointly announce their intention to retain professional consultation services to conduct a study to determine if a merger of the two districts may be operationally and financially beneficial to the taxpayers of both the Fort Myers Beach and Iona McGregor Fire Control Districts.

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Announcement

The Independent Special Fire Control Districts of Fort Myers Beach and Iona McGregor jointly announce their intention to retain professional consultation services to conduct a study to determine if a merger of the two districts may be operationally and financially beneficial to the taxpayers of both the Fort Myers Beach and Iona McGregor Fire Control Districts.

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IMFD Firefighter Stacy Caskey participated in Community Helpers Day at his daughter’s school this morning! He accepted the invitation to engage with the children, sharing all kinds of educational things about his career as a firefighter. He showed off his protective bunker gear and talked about all the ways it keeps him safe when fighting a fire.

We hope the curious young minds he interacted with were inspired during his visit! His daughter was extremely happy to have her dad to show off to her classmates!

Thank you Firefighter Caskey for empowering the students today!
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Lee County Public Safety has launched the "Heart Smart Lee County" campaign, a community-driven effort to improve cardiac arrest response and outcomes. This initiative uses Hands-Only CPR and emergency response procedures to educate the public on the importance of immediate intervention in cardiac arrest incidents.

The Iona McGregor Fire District is happy to be a community partner with this initiative.

The campaign includes:

Hands-Only CPR training: A short video, printable flyers and other educational materials help to raise awareness about cardiac arrest and its warning signs.

CPR class sign-ups: Lee County encourages residents to enroll in its partners’ CPR and Hands-Only CPR classes to educate residents and visitors on effective intervention during cardiac emergencies.

Community AED Registry: Local businesses and organizations should register AEDs (automated external defibrillators) with the 911 dispatch system. Once an AED is registered, 911 operators can help a witness locate the AED and provide life-saving care.

Community Partnership: Lee County works with several community partners such as Lee Health, the American Heart Association, Florida Department of Health, Florida SouthWestern State College and other local organizations and businesses.

For more information, visit www.HeartSmartLee.com for resources, a full list of partners, campaign details, and to register your AED in the registry.Lee County Public Safety launches Heart Smart Lee County, a community-driven effort to improve cardiac arrest response and outcomes.

Their mission:
Champion life-saving excellence in cardiac arrest care and resuscitation throughout Lee County and Southwest Florida. We are dedicated to transforming the quality of emergency response, healthcare systems, and community education, with the shared goal of significantly increasing survival rates for cardiac arrest victims.

Through collaborative efforts and commitment, our group endeavors to empower our community with the knowledge, skills and resources needed to respond swiftly and effectively in times of crisis. We strive to forge a future where every heart counts, where early intervention, advanced care and community engagement converge to provide the best possible chance of survival.

With compassion, innovation and dedication, we are determined to make a profound impact on the lives of those affected by cardiac arrest, ensuring that hope is never out of reach. Together, we are the driving force behind a healthier, more resilient Lee County and Southwest Florida, one heartbeat at a time.

Learn more here: www.heartsmartlee.com/

Kudos to all the Citizen CPR Foundation collaborators in Lee County!
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Lee County Public Safety has launched the Heart Smart Lee County campaign, a community-driven effort to improve cardiac arrest response and outcomes. This initiative uses Hands-Only CPR and emergency response procedures to educate the public on the importance of immediate intervention in cardiac arrest incidents.

The Iona McGregor Fire District is happy to be a community partner with this initiative.

The campaign includes:
 
Hands-Only CPR training: A short video, printable flyers and other educational materials help to raise awareness about cardiac arrest and its warning signs.

CPR class sign-ups: Lee County encourages residents to enroll in its partners’ CPR and Hands-Only CPR classes to educate residents and visitors on effective intervention during cardiac emergencies.

Community AED Registry: Local businesses and organizations should register AEDs (automated external defibrillators) with the 911 dispatch system. Once an AED is registered, 911 operators can help a witness locate the AED and provide life-saving care. 

Community Partnership: Lee County works with several community partners such as Lee Health, the American Heart Association, Florida Department of Health, Florida SouthWestern State College and other local organizations and businesses.
 
For more information, visit www.HeartSmartLee.com for resources, a full list of partners, campaign details, and to register your AED in the registry.

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Thank you for being a supporter and helping with this initiative ❤️

It is with great pride the Iona McGregor Fire District congratulates Deputy Chief Khalid Aquil. The Commission on Professional Credentialing recently voted unanimously to award DC Aquil the “Chief Fire Officer” (CFO) designation.

He has earned this designation as witnessed by a team of peers and members of the Commission on Professional Credentialing. He has demonstrated through education, leadership, and management skills that he possesses the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities required for the fire and emergency services profession.

DC Aquil is one of only 1,875 in the world to have attained this designation.

Job well done, DC Aquil!
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It is with great pride the Iona McGregor Fire District congratulates Deputy Chief Khalid Aquil. The Commission on Professional Credentialing recently voted unanimously to award DC Aquil the “Chief Fire Officer” (CFO) designation. 

He has earned this designation as witnessed by a team of peers and members of the Commission on Professional Credentialing. He has demonstrated through education, leadership, and management skills that he possesses the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities required for the fire and emergency services profession.

DC Aquil is one of only 1,875 in the world to have attained this designation.

Job well done, DC Aquil!

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Congratulations

Congratulations 🍾!!!

Congratulations! Well done!

Congratulations!!!

Congrats Chief!

Congratulations Chief!!!

Congrats!!

Congratulations 🎊🎉🎈! Cheers!

Congratulations Khalid 😀

One of the absolute best! Congratulations 🎊🎉!

Congratulations, Khalid! 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼

Congratulations!

That’s awesome! Congratulations!!

Congratulations! Well deserved!

Congratulations! 🍾

Congratulations, Khalid!

Congratulations

Congratulations Khalid

Outstanding DC! 🥰👌🏻🎉🎉👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 Well Done!

Proud of you Khalid!!

Congratulations

Congrats…Job well done!!!

Congratulations Sir 👏🏻

Congratulations to you. Awesome job😊👍

This is a WOW of an accomplishment!

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Sound the alarm 🚨 It’s Valentine’s Day!

Happy Valentine’s Day from IMFD Station 73!

Lee County Public Safety
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Sound the alarm 🚨 It’s Valentine’s Day! 

Happy Valentine’s Day from IMFD Station 73!

Lee County Public Safety

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Happy Valentines Day! 🚨❤️

Happy Valentines you all!! 🫶🏼 and one in particular !! 💗

HVD to y'all too. The wonderful Chicago Firemen are gathering this afternoon at Windward Way on McGregor, go give then some ❤️

New members of our dive team spent time diving Hopper Cars Reef as part of their ongoing dive training. The dive was led by IMFD dive team leader, Bob Schwander, and firefighter, Zach Keegan. Firefighters Tre Bryant and Marlin Schmidt practiced complex diving techniques and enhanced their knowledge of dive planning, and safety protocols.

Check out some of the underwater shots they were able to capture!
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Today, the crew at Station 73 extended a warm welcome to the young learners of Rainforest Academy! Accompanied by their teachers, the students, ages 3-5, went on a journey of exploration and discovery as they stepped into the world of firefighting. The day included a tour of Squad 73, seeing our firefighting equipment and apparatus and trying out our new bean bag toss created by Battalion Chief Jason Martin.

One of the highlights of the visit was when the children were invited to role-play as firefighters and put out an imaginary fire by spraying our fire hose.

Our hope is that in the event of an emergency, these youngsters will feel comforted rather than frightened by the sight of a firefighter, knowing that we are here to help and protect them.
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Love their Fire Helmets

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