September Convention Agenda
We have announced the tentative agenda for this years Annual September Convention. Please click on the link below to download the PDF document:
NJ FMBA Memorial Committee to recognize Vietnam Veterans
The NJ FMBA is pleased to announce that for the second year in a row we will be honoring veterans of the Vietnam War. We have planned a ceremony that will be held on Wednesday, September 19, 2018 during our annual convention.
We are inviting all NJ FMBA members and their family members to join us to be recognized and honored for their service. Each veteran will receive a pin and a proclamation to be proudly displayed. To be eligible to participate you must have served in the armed forces anywhere in the world during the Vietnam war from 1955 through 1975.
Amazon Fire Tablet Giveaway
We are giving away an Amazon Fire Tablet 7" (5th Gen) to a random social media follower. The drawing will take place on Friday August 24th, 2018 at 12PM. To enter you can do one of the following for a single entry or multiple combinations for multiple entries:
1. Like our Facebook Page (only new likes will be entered)
2. Follow us on Instagram (New followers only) (https://www.instagram.com/njstatefmba/)
3. Follow us on Soundcloud or Like a track (new followers only)
4. Subscribe to our Podcast on iTunes (new subscribers only)
The entry period will end at 11:00am on Friday August 20th, 2018 and a live drawing will take place on Facebook Live to announce the winner!
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NJ FMBA President Donnelly and NJSPBA President Colligan Bash DiVincenzo on 2-Percent Cap
By Insider NJ | August 14, 2018, 8:56 am | in News
New Jersey State Firefighters Mutual Benevolent Association President Ed Donnelly and New Jersey State Policemen’s Benevolent Association President Patrick Colligan today released the following statement responding to Essex County Executive Joseph DiVincenzo’s call to reinstate former Governor Christie’s 2-percent arbitration cap.