Monthly Calls
 
FIRE
QRS
Jan
17
19
Feb
8
9
Mar
12
9
Apr
7
4
May
14
13
Jun
11
3
Jul
13
5
Aug
15
8
Sep
11
3
Oct
15
0
Nov
16
0
Dec
0
0
Total
138
73


Yearly Calls
 
FIRE
QRS
2010
223
152
2011
201
174
2012
198
149
2013
175
148
2014
217
200
2015
179
169
2016
204
175
2017
162
180
2018
204
181
2019
179
192

Events
2019 Events




December 03, 2020
CANCELLED ** CHRISTMAS CRAFT FESTIVAL ** CANCELLED

 
Thu, Nov 19th, 2020 12:00:00 am - The Christmas Craft Festival scheduled for Friday, December 4th AND Saturday, December 5th has been cancelled.  This was not an easy decistion but it is best for the safety of our community. Thank you.  ...Continued
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Lettering and striping process on Engine 51-1 is complete

 
Sat, Aug 15th, 2020 8:00:00 pm - Engine 51-1's lettering and striping process was finished on Thursday. Thank you to Dan of Danz Lettering for his amazing skill and attention to detail in his work on Engine 51-1 as well as our other apparatus that he has worked on. We are proud ...Continued
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Lettering and Striping process on Engine 51-1

 
Wed, Aug 5th, 2020 6:00:00 pm - The gold leaf lettering and scotchlite striping process has begun on Engine 51-1. It should be completed by the end of the week or the beginning of next week. The graphics are being done by Danz Lettering. Engine 51-1 is the 5th unit that Dan ...Continued
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Engine 51-1 has arrived at Station 51!

 
Fri, Jul 31st, 2020 8:00:00 pm - Introducing the new Engine 51-1! Engine 51-1 arrived this afternoon, and will now begin the lettering process next week, tool and equipment mounting after that, with driver training and crew familiarization any time we can! We are excited to take delivery of our new piece!  ...Continued
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Thank you past Chief LeFevre!

 

 
Mon, Jul 13th, 2020 9:00:00 pm - At tonight's monthly fire company meeting, Chief Randy Hershey and Assistant Chief Adam Weidman presented past chief George LeFevre with a plaque commemorating him for his years of service as Fire Chief. George served as Fire Chief from 2001-2004 and in 2018 and 2019. In ...Continued
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Engine 51-1 is complete!

 

 
Sun, Jul 12th, 2020 2:39:00 pm - This weekend Chief Randy Hershey, Assistant Chief Adam Weidman, and Committee Chairman George LeFevre flew out to Pierce Manufacturing in Appleton, Wisconsin for the Final Inspection and Acceptance on Engine 51-1.  After delivery from Pierce, the new engine will undergo tool mounting at Glick Fire ...Continued
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Engine 51-1 Production Report

 
Sat, Jun 20th, 2020 8:00:00 pm - Engine 51-1 is nearing completion! There are still a few things to be assembled before it can move to the testing stage. The completion date is scheduled for July 8, and our Engine Committee members are planning to be at Pierce Manufacturing in Wisconsin in ...Continued
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Engine 51-1 Production Report Week #5

 

 
Tue, May 26th, 2020 10:10:00 pm - As you can see from the photos, Engine 51-1 is making great progress at Pierce. The cab, body and pumphouse components have all been manufactured and gone through the paint process. All of these components are now beginning assembly of their various components such as ...Continued
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2001 Pierce Dash Engine 51-1 has been sold

 

 
Thu, Apr 30th, 2020 8:00:00 pm - In early January, current Engine 51-1 was listed for sale in preparation for the delivery of the new 2020 Pierce Enforcer Rescue Pumper in June. Within a few weeks of its listing, we had an agreement with Volant Volunteer Fire Company in western Pennsylvania for ...Continued
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Solanco Kindergarten students write letters of support to us.

 

 
Thu, Apr 30th, 2020 7:30:00 pm - The members of Bart Township Fire Company want to thank the Solanco Kindergarten students who took the time to brighten their community helpers' spirits by writing letters of support in these difficult times. ...Continued
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