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Fenton Fire Protection District
845 Gregory Ln, Fenton, MO 63026
The Fenton Fire District is responsible for serving 65,000 residents in a 26-mile area in southwest St. Louis County,More which includes the Fenton, Sunset Hills and unincorporated areas. The district employs 62 staff members, all cross-trained as firefighters, EMTs and paramedics. The departent was established in 1932 with an all-volunteer force and a single fire truck, affectionately known as Old Betsy. The department became a tax-supported district in 1959, alowing it to employ professional firefighters to supplement the volunteers. The Fenton Fire District staff provides a variety of community services, including a child car seat inspections, CPR classes and fire station tours, all free of charge.
High Ridge Fire Protection District
2842 High Ridge Blvd, High Ridge, MO 63049

The High Ridge Fire Protection District had its origins in 1941 as an all-volunteer force, relying on donations fromMore the community to exist. In 1970 the district became tax-supported, and by 1973 six firefighters were hired to staff a single firehouse.

The HRFD covers an area of 92 square miles, serving the nortthern Jefferson County communities of Murphy, High Ridge and House Springs. The district has four firehouses; its professional firefighters are assisted by a dedicated staff of volunteers.

HRFD assists residents with car-seat and smoke-detector safety and understanding burning regulations, and it also provides tours of its facilities.

North Jefferson Eagles
2911 High Ridge Blvd, High Ridge, MO 63049
The North Jefferson Eagles are a part of the international non-profit organization, the Fraternal Order ofMore Eagles. Its members contribute to the community through charitable donations and volunteer work.  Members also have a social bond with other members. The local chapter host events such as barbecues, private parties and musical concerts.
Fenton Athletic Association
945 Larkin Williams Rd, Fenton, MO 63026
Fenton Athletic Association is an all-volunteer group of men and women who organize both soccer and baseball teams thatMore practice and play in Fenton City Park. Its Web site is full of information on joining the association and calendars pertaining to upcoming events.  
Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic
1864 Little Brennan Rd, High Ridge, MO 63049
Wildlife Rehabilitation Clinic is a 501(c)3, nonprofit charitable organization that aids sick, injured and orphanedMore animals until they are healthy enough to re-enter nature.  The clinic runs 100% on donations, does not rely on any government money and operates with all volunteers.  Donations can be made through its website or in person.  Events such as trivia nights and raffles are frequently held to help raise money. 
Fenton Historical Society and Museum
1 Church St, Fenton, MO 63026
The Fenton Historical Society is an all-volunteer, non-profit organization dedicated to preserving and displayingMore Fenton's long history. The group saved the 1906  Swantner House from demolition, rehabilitating it and filling it with memorabilia and remnants of Fenton's past. It is one of the oldest buildings in Fenton, and now acts as a historical museum. The society also maintains an archive that tells Fenton's story, as well as the stories of various people, places and groups.