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The kitchen in the new fire hall in Mount Moriah offers plenty of space for members to gather. Power to the kitchen can be shutdown with the push of one button should a fire call occur while the kitchen appliances are in use.
Bunker suits hang in the vehicle bay of the new fire hall in Mount Moriah. The department has about 23 volunteer members and meets every Monday for training. The new fire hall has a much larger space for training than the old one and will enable the department to increase its membership.
The Town of Mount Moriah's George Bellows Memorial Fire Hall on Tower Road is named in honour of a former resident of the town who served for many years as chief of the volunteer department. The town celebrated the official opening of the $1.7-million building on Oct. 15. Mayor Joe Park says the new building is more centrally located in an area that enables trucks to safely get on the road in the event of a fire call.
A view inside the locker room at the new fire hall in Mount Moriah. Where the old fire hall on the town's main street didn't offer much space, the new one has a locker room, room for storage and accessible washrooms with showers.
Sixteen-year-old Brayden Wells, a junior firefighter with the Mount Moriah Fire Department, poses for a photo while looking at some of the equipment stored on the department's pumper truck at the town's new fire hall on Tower Road on Wednesday.
The Town of Mount Moriah’s George Bellows Memorial Fire Hall on Tower Road is named in honour of a former resident of the town who served for many years as chief of the volunteer department.
The town celebrated the official opening of the $1.7-million building on Oct. 15.