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Posted on: January 27, 2020

Wells Ocean Rescue Now Hiring

Wells Ocean Rescue Hire Flyer 2020

Hiring Lifeguards for Summer 2020

Applicants must be 16 years or older.

CPR/ AED and Lifeguard Certifications through American Red Cross or American Heart Association.  Course may be conducted prior to season if necessary.

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Posted on: April 25, 2016

Sky Lanterns Illegal in Maine

sky lantern image

Sky lanterns (often known as floating, paper or Chinese lanterns) are made from thin paper stretched on a frame. A candle or other fuel source is held in a holder in the frame, and the burning fuel provides heat and lifts the lantern into the air. These l...

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Posted on: October 23, 2019

Wells Swears In New Fire Chief, Mark Dupuis

Chief Dupuis Swearing In Ceremony Pictures

On Monday, October 21st the Town of Wells swore in Mark Dupuis as the new Fire Chief. Chief Dupuis suceeds Chief Wayne Veter, who died this summer after a yearlong battle against lung cancer.

ARTICLE: "Wells swears in new fire chief" Wells Fire Department News
Posted on: October 22, 2019

Wells to Swear In New Fire Chief

Mark Dupuis to be Sworn In Image

The Town of Wells will swear in the new Fire Chief on Monday, October 21st, 2019. Mark Dupuis will take an oath of office. The ceremony shall be held at the Town's new Public Safety Facility located on Route One at 9:30 AM.

ARTICLE: "Wells to Swear In New Fire Chief" Wells Fire Department News
Posted on: July 7, 2019

Wells Honors Fire Chief Vetre after his passing

Chief Wayne Vetre Image

After a year long battle with lung cancer, Fire Chief Wayne Vetre passed away on Friday, July 5th, 2019 at a Boston hospital. The Town of Wells is planning to offer their thanks for his three years of service.

ARTICLE: "Wells Honoring Fire Chief Wayne Vetre Wells Fire Department News
Posted on: October 1, 2019

October is Fire Safety Month

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The 8th of October is the anniversary of the day that the City of Chicago in 1871 burned for 27 hours. This was the first major conflagration in the United States. Three hundred people died; 90,000 people were left homeless and 17,400 structures were dest...

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