Yerington/Mason Valley Pipes and Drums
The Yerington/Mason Valley Pipes and Drums were established January, 2012 under appointed Pipe Major, Aaron A. Pellegrini. To date, we have a total of nine members, all at different levels of playing, all working towards representing our department in a way Yerington has never before had.

We are proud to not only give an honorable last tribute to our fellow firefighter/EMT crew members who have fallen, but also to have a presence in our local parades and functions that the fire department is attending. We are all very excited to be starting this very traditional service in the fire department, and look forward to making history in our community.

We have a piper available in the event you may wish to honor a loved one. Please feel free to contact the fire department with any questions you may have in regards to the Yerington/Mason Valley Pipes and Drums.
Pamela Martin - Honor Guard and Aaron Pellegrini, Pipe Major
Photo by: Jennifer Pellegrini
Pipe Major Aaron Pellegrini performing for the Autism Awareness function, put on by the Arcane Motorcycle Club.
Photo by: Heidi Weaver
Honor Guard in the Fair and Rodeo Parade - Yerington, Nevada 2011
Photo by:  Cassie Evans
Piper Ann Thur at the Burgaw, NC Volunteer Fire Department on Sunday, December 30, 2012 participating in the National Massed Pipes and Drums Tribute for West Webster, NY
Lyon County Sheriff's Office participating with the Yerington Mason Valley Fire Department's Honor Guard and Pipes and Drums for the National Massed Pipes and Drums Tribute for West Webster, NY
Photo courtesy of: Jennifer Pellegrini
Greenville, North Carolina's Public Safety Pipes and Drums participating in the National Massed Pipes and Drums Tribute for West Webster, NY. Pictured left to right are: Ed Keesler, Jason Palmatier, Jimmy Wils and Scott Stanton.