Cruzin' 2 Browndale Car/Truck/Bike & Craft Show The
Browndale Fire Company No.1 invites you to the 2nd Annual Car Show
benefiting the fire company to be held on Saturday, June 4, 2016,
beginning at 12 Noon until 5 PM at the Browndale Fire Company grounds.
Registration will begin at 10AM for the cars, trucks and bikes. Rain or
shine! Veterans are encouraged to attend and visit the mobile VA
van to pick up information on programs and services. We would
like to thank our vets for all their service to our Country!
Cars, trucks and bikes will be on the grounds for all to enjoy! We
will have music, food to purchase, craft and other vendors, raffles and
fun! The public is invited free to the grounds to view the vehicles.
are still accepting crafters, vendors and swap meet applicants as well
as car show registrations at a cost of $10.00 in advance and $15.00 the
day of the show. For more information please check us out on
Facebook: Cruzin'2 Browndale or email us at:
email@example.com or phone us at (570) 785-5300. We thank
you in advance for your support!
BBQ a Success Our chicken BBQ on Sunday April 10 is now complete. Thanks to all for
your suport of this fund raising event. It was an outstanding success
with 600 dinner sold. To all who purchased dinners, we hope you
enjoyed! To our members and their families, we acknowledge theri
sacrifices made over the past few days in preparation for the event.
Thank you all!
Browndale Fire Receives FEMA Grant Browndale
Fire Company will soon be better equipped to keep you and your family
safe. Our members and officers have received official notification from
FEMA that they have been selected to receive a grant award in the
amount of $110,000. This is a competitive grant that all fire
departments from across the nation compete for funding in the areas of
operations and safety and vehicle acquisition. The grant is part of the
Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program awarded through the Department
of Homeland Security and Federal Emergency Management Agency.
grant committee submitted their application for this grant on September
2014 based on the need for a capital purchase of breathing apparatus to
replace obsolete apparatus acquired in 2003. This equipment will allow
our firefighters to breathe clean air while in adverse conditions found
on many incidents ranging from fires to chemical incidents. These funds
will allow our organization to purchase this much needed respiratory
protection without using company savings or placing the burden on the
communities we serve. Ensuring our volunteers’ safety is a primary
concern for our members so that we can make a difference in the lives
and property we vow to preserve. With this new safety equipment we will
be able to do just that.
organization plans to have this new breathing apparatus delivered and
in service within the next three months. Please look for additional
updates as we work to complete this project to better serve everyone.
We thank everyone for their continued support as we look toward the
future with a progressive outlook as a prominent fire service
organization in Clinton Township, Wayne County, PA.
Accreditation Confered to Browndale Fire State Fire Commissioner Tim Solobay recently confered that the Browndale Fire
Co. No1 has met all the requirements to participate in
a program that Commonwealth emergency responders have an opportunity to
participate in and be recognized as a certified fire professional at various
levels in accordance with nationally recognized and sanctioned Professional
Qualification standards. The purpose of this program is to recognize those
organizations that support, promote, and encourage their emergency response
personnel to voluntarily certify within the Commonwealth’s Certification
Program administered by the Office of the State Fire Commissioner. This accreditation is
good for a three year period at which time the department must submit paperwork
certifying that its membership is still trained to National Professional
Of the 2509 Fire Departments across the Commonwealth
there are currently 387 organizations recognized under the What does this mean for our
citizens? Well, quite simply, it ensures that firefighters from this department
are voluntarily trained above and beyond what is required by the State of
Pennsylvania. Their achievements allow them to be trained to National Level
Standards that are used as benchmarksof success in the realm of firefighting.
We plan to
continue its participation in this program ensuring that your firefighters are
well trained for any circumstance. Please look for additional updates as we
work to complete this project to better serve everyone.
Ladder on working working fire
2 - Company 43 was part of the first alarm assignment for the working
garage fire on Froble Street in Simpson, Fell Township. Companies
were dispatched at at 18:00 hours. While the structure was heavily
damaged, crews contained the blaze to the structure of origin. An
exposed structure had some minor damage for the radiant heat. All
companies returned to service in about 30 minutes. Ladder 43 was due on
the incident with the Car and Utiity running extra.
Crew demos turbo draft
May 27 - Company 43 and area companies joined in on a training -
demonstration of the Turbo Draft appliance. Elk Lake Assocation members were also
present for the very interesting demonstration. Thanks to our brothers in
Uniondale for bringing their engine to help with the demo.
New members join the ranks Station
43 recently welcomed five new probationary members into its ranks. They
are JR White, Pat Barney Jr., Bradley Rowe, Samuel Hickey and A.J.
Richards. We are please to have them serve at Station 43.
Over the next few months they will work on their probationary member
training requirements. A special welcome aboard to A.J. Richards, son
of past Chief Jim Richards. A.J. is a fourth generation to serve at 43,
following in the steps of his great grand father, grandfather and his
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