February 17, 2016


Join us on February 17th for a compelling program showcasing how our community works together to save lives in our area.  Seattle Fire Department Chief and Seattle 4 Rotarian, Harold Scoggins, will start our program with an overview of our region’s emergency response services and highlight how local systems, like MEDIC ONE collaborate in a unique way to save lives in our community multiple times every day!  Following a brief demo, everyone in the ballroom will have a hands on CPR lesson delivered by one of 30 MEDIC ONE volunteers joining us.  Mark Wright will close our program with an inspiring interview with a real life-saving hero who saved the life of a fellow Rotarian!   You never know when you might be the one to make the difference between life and death for a family member, colleague or a complete stranger… so come learn and/or refresh your CPR skills.  If you can donate blood next Wednesday (before or after lunch) please register here for yet another live-saving act.

Chief Harold Scoggins was named Seattle Fire Chief in April 2015. As Fire Chief, he oversees a workforce of more than 1000 uniform and civilian members who respond to approximately 90,000 emergency runs a year while serving a population of nearly 650,000 residents.  

With 30 year of fire service experience, Chief Scoggins brings a vast wealth of knowledge and skills to the Seattle Fire Department. For the past quarter century, Chief Scoggins served the City of Glendale, California. Before joining Glendale Fire, Chief Scoggins began his career in the fire service as a firefighter for the United States Air Force.

Chief Scoggins has a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Cal State University Long Beach and a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration from Cal State University Los Angeles.  He is married to his beautiful wife Abigail and has a son Anthony, 26, a daughter Jasmine 23, a daughter Nicole 14 and son, Isaiah 12.