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United Yuma Firefighter's Association

With the completion of the recent Fryla cook off, many have asked about the recipe. With a younger department some of the Golden recipes need to be shared to keep our traditions alive. Fryla is one of those traditions. Who remembers this book? How many members today still have a copy? This book may be pretty valuable in today’s firehouse kitchen !!!! If your a probie who doesn’t know how to cook, maybe u can bribe a senior firefighter to loan you a copy !! ... See MoreSee Less

With the completion of the recent Fryla cook off, many have asked about the recipe. With a younger department some of the Golden recipes need to be shared to keep our traditions alive. Fryla is one of those traditions. Who remembers this book? How many members today still have a copy? This book may be pretty valuable in today’s firehouse kitchen !!!! If your a probie who doesn’t know how to cook, maybe u can bribe a senior firefighter to loan you a copy !!Image attachment

 

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Should just scan it and post on the local website so it’s saved there. It’s all our recipes, including Gary Young’s roadkill pot pie....

Still have ours. Kim Project I recall

Time for a reprint!!

I remember working with Kim and a couple others when we put that together. I remember working with Bob Denman when he would make Fryla and he’d set aside a small pot for those (me) with a lower level of chili pepper acceptance! He and Tommy taught me how they made it and I’ve followed their methods, although adjusting the pepper level of course!

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Local Yuma Firefighters and UYFFA members pose with 10th District Vice President Frank Lima. Our brothers are taking a break from working hard in the Malibu area. Please send your love and support. ... See MoreSee Less

Local Yuma Firefighters and UYFFA members pose with 10th District Vice President Frank Lima. Our brothers are taking a break from working hard in the Malibu area. Please send  your love and support.

 

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Thank you for your service be safe

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Stay safe

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Thank you! Sending lots of love and prayers

God bless you everyone 🙏🏼 Take care primo Tony De Anda Te mando muchas bendiciones 🙏🏼

Thank you Justin and crew

Prayers indeed for our firefighters

Thank you for all that you do! God bless you!

Strown work guys!

May the Lord watch over you as you perform your duties! Thank you for all that you do!

Thank you for your kindness

Stay safe!!

Thank you for coming! We appreciate your hard work. Stay safe!!

Thank you YUMA Fire Dept.

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Passing out candy !!! We love this community, the people of Yuma are always excited to see us and we appreciate that ! Thank you yuma ... See MoreSee Less

Passing out candy !!! We love this community, the people of Yuma are always excited to see us and we appreciate that ! Thank you yuma

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United Yuma Firefighter's Association

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Good job guys!! Wish I could be there with you.

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United Yuma Firefighter's Association

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The IAFF Center of Excellence for Behavioral Health Treatment and Recovery is a one-of-a-kind addiction treatment facility specializing in PTSD for IAFF members – and IAFF members only – who are struggling with addiction, PTSD other related behavioral health challenges to receive the help they need in taking the first steps toward recovery. It is a safe haven for members to talk with other members who have faced or overcome similar challenges.

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Representing over 140 Career Firefighter’s from the Cities of Yuma, Somerton, & San Luis Arizona

Organized and Chartered in 1956, the United Yuma Firefighter’s Association has been committed to the support and welfare of firefighters and their families for nearly 50 years. The UYFFA currently has 3 Chapters representing over 140 Firefighters from the City of Yuma, City of Somerton and the City of San Luis, Arizona. Committed to public service and public safety, the firefighters contribute countless hours of community service as well as public safety services to the communities in which they serve.