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Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service (TEEX)
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Meet canine #USAR team Adam Young and K9 Stanley! Here they're completing their #FEMA certification in Sacramento, CA in Sept 2015.

#Texas Task Force 1
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We've all been getting ready for Saturday's #Run for Remembrance 5K at #Brayton Fire Training Field. Registration is still open, so sign up today and get the t-shirt and help support #Firefighters and their families.

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No one wants their insurance to go up, right? Blame is on distracted drivers is what national insurance companies are saying.


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Congratulations to the #TEEXFire Recruit Academy Class #152 who are graduating today! Stay safe!

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Ready for #TEEXCyber Innovation Camp? 9-12th graders use @Raspberry_Pi to learn programming and much more!

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Join us in celebrating the past and present members of Texas Task Force 1 as they mark 20 years of serving the people of the great state of Texas!

#US&R #USAR #TX-TF1 #fema

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We’re introducing our @txtf1 canine teams starting with D’Lynn Lehew and partner Luke working on a rubble pile at Disaster City.

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From #AggielandOutfitters:

PASS IT BACK, AGS: Our hearts are heavy upon hearing of the devastation in the Texas Panhandle. They have experienced tremendous loss that in some cases can never be restored. Many have lost their homes, cattle, and some have lost their loved ones.
The #Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service in Gray, Hemphill, and Lipscomb Counties are in need of assistance.
We are partnering up with members of the #Texas Aggie Rodeo Team to help with these efforts. They will be collecting monetary donations at their College Rodeo on March 17th and 18th at the Brazos County Expo. Their members have generously provided transportation for any of the hay that is donated around the Bryan/College Station area.
In the next week we will have our AO Truck parked at our University Drive location and will be accepting these donation items:
• Livestock Hay or Feed
• Bottled Water
• Nonperishables
• Fencing Supplies
• Monetary Donations*
• Drivers with Personal Truck and Trailer (to haul hay/feed)
*Monetary donations can be made at any of our locations: Southgate, University Drive, and Post Oak Mall. These donations will help purchase fencing supplies, vet supplies, and livestock hay or feed. Checks can be made out to any of the locations listed on the Wildfire Relief flyer or to Aggieland Outfitters with "Wildfire Relief" in the MEMO. Any check made out to Aggieland Outfitters will be split equally between the 3 counties.
If you aren’t in the Bryan/College Station area, you can still help and make a donation to any of the counties listed in the flyer from the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Center (no donation is too small, and every little bit helps). Gig'em and God Bless!


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Thanks to all of our #firefighter friends at @TEEXfire who participated in the 2017 Spring Fire School! Have a safe trip home and we'll see you in 2018!
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