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Here are some links to other organizations with an interest in the Arkansas Fallen Firefighters Memorial:

Arkansas State Firefighters Association - http://arsfa.org/

The Arkansas State Firefighters Association was formed and has been ongoing since 1920. The ASFFA represents “ALL” firefighters in the state of Arkansas.

Arkansas Professional Fire Fighters Association - http://www.apffa.org

Web portal for the Arkansas Professional Fire Fighters Association featuring the latest news and events relevant to Fire Fighting Professionals.

Arkansas Fire Training Academy - https://www.sautech.edu/afta/

The AR Fire Training Academy serves as a resource for the AR Fire Service and related organizations by providing professional education and training in firefighting, hazardous materials, and emergency medical services.

Arkansas Local Police and Fire Retirement System - http://lopfi-prb.com/

A purpose for LOPFI is to maintain a financially sound retirement system so each covered police officer and firefighter will receive the full value of their earned benefit for their lifetime.

Arkansas Fire Prevention Commission - http://www.arfireprevention.org/AFPC/2014/

Arkansas has the unfortunate distinction as being one of the top seven states in the U.S. for fire-related deaths and injuries.  Visit the Arkansas Fire Prevention Commission website today to learn how you can be prepared in the event of a fire and help to reduce the number of fire-related deaths and injuries.

Arkansas Rural and Volunteer Firefighters Association - https://www.arvfa.com/

ARVFA provides a unified voice for rural and volunteer firefighters in the decisions made at the local, state and federal level concerning fire protection services.

Arkansas Association of Fire Chiefs - http://arfirechiefs.org/

The AAFC believes in serving the citizens of Arkansas by actively participating in the advancement of the fire service through positive leadership, the sharing of information and active legislative involvement.

Here are some additional informational and useful links:

Firehouse Hostel & Museum - http://www.firehousehostel.org/

Housed in old Fire Station No. 2, a 1917 Craftsman-style building, the Firehouse Hostel & Museum offers travelers to Little Rock the opportunity to stay in an authentic Fire Station.  In addition to his tireless fundraising and leadership on the Fallen Firefighters Memorial project, Johnny Reep has also been working to raise capital and see the completion of this fascinating Little Rock landmark. 

Be sure to visit the Firehouse Hostel & Museum website to learn more, and make a donation to help renovate and preserve this beautiful facility and the numerous historical artifacts it contains.  Become a sponsor at their GoFundMe page:  https://www.gofundme.com/firehousehostel

Molly The Fire Safety Dog - http://www.firesafetydogs.com

Molly and other Fire Safety Dogs have been teaching children about fire safety since 2003. Molly and her friends have shared the fire safety message with millions of children.

Molly loves to Skype with children from all over the world. Her chat sessions are free, and Molly and her friends would enjoy Skyping with your school or organization.

Visit Molly and her friends at their website, FireSafetyDogs.com to schedule a visit via Skype. You can also keep up with Molly on Facebook!

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Jackson Brown Palculict Architects - http://jbparchitects.com/firm/

Brooks Jackson was one of only two architects out of 30 firms contacted to not only respond to the Arkansas Fallen Firefighters Memorial Board request for proposal but to express his eagerness to design the memorial as a "dream come true".  Visit the Jackson Brown Palculict website and learn more about Mr. Jackson and the team of amazing professionals he leads.

Liberty Art Works, Robert Daus Owner - http://www.libertyartworks.com

Robert Daus, sculptor for the Arkansas Fallen Firefighters Memorial statues, is himself a retired firefighter.  Visit the Liberty Art Works website to view the amazing work they have done, and to see the smaller statues and commemorative items for sale.

Crafton Tull, Landscape Architect & Civil Engineer - http://www.craftontull.com/

The Arkansas Fallen Firefighters Memorial is proud to have had Crafton Tull, a firm with over 50 years experience, design the Landscape Architecture for our memorial located on the grounds of the Arkansas State Capitol.

Engineering Consultants, Inc. - http://www.ecilr.com/

Engineering Consultants, Inc. is one of the oldest structural consulting firms in Arkansas.  Visit their website to learn more about their 50+ year history of work in Arkansas.

East Harding Construction - http://www.eastharding.com/index.asp

With over 40 years of experience in Arkansas, East Harding construction is an award-winning commercial construction company. 

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