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Okanogan County Fire District 6 (OCFD6) is a professional organization of volunteer and career firefighters that provides fire, rescue, and emergency response services throughout the Methow Valley in Washington State.

 
  Breaking News

On June 2nd Liberty Bell Junior/Senior High School bid farewell to the graduating class of 2017. Among them was OCFD6 volunteer firefighter Kavi Mitchell.

From coaching youth soccer to student government Kavi has been a busy student. He played soccer on the high school team, took advanced placement classes, had a part time job, and still found time to volunteer for our fire district.

Kavi’s attitude is infectious. He’s the first to try something new and does almost everything with a smile on his face. What he lacks in size he more than makes up for with determination. If you tell him he can’t do something he’ll be the first to either prove he can or after giving it his best shot, admit that you were right.

Among other accolades, Kavi received a certificate of recognition for his service to our community from OCFD6 and a $500 scholarship to further his education from the Winthrop Firefighters Association. This summer he’ll be working for the Forest Service in fire protection and plans to attend Fort Lewis College in Durango, CO this fall. Although he has not yet decided what his intended major will be, Kavi has expressed a strong desire to eventually pursue a career in the fire service.

Kavi Mitchell pictured with OCFD6 Division Chief Brian McAuliffe at Senior Awards night. Back Row L to R: Volunteer Firefighter Rick Nordby, Zack Gurney, Bob Cordes, Bruce Hevly, and Lt. Mark Crum
Front Row L to R: Interim Chief Cody Acord, Kavi Mitchell, and Division Chief Brian McAuliffeat Graduation Night




 

 

 

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Burn Ban
Okanogan County Burn Ban
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