Events
WING & NASCAR NIGHT
Friday Evening May 16th, 2014

Tickets are $15.00 per person

More Information Coming Soon!!

2014 GUN BASH
Saturday September 20th, 2014
$10.00 per ticket
Path Valley Picnic Grounds
Spring Run, PA

Gates open at 10am
Sandwiches served 11am - 5pm
Meal Served 11am - 4pm
Drawing starts at 1pm

MUST HAVE TICKET TO ENTER THE GROUNDS

Call for tickets:
Franklin Fire Co.
(717)-263-8600
Fannett-Metal Fire Co.
(717)-349-2212

BINGO
Every Wednesday & Saturday
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First Sunday of every month
Starts at 1:00 pm

Third Sunday of every month
Starts at 7:00 pm


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2014 Runs
 Jobs
22
 Pins
3
 Fire Runs
225
 Medical Locals
18

Engine Runs
 Fire Runs
129
 MVA's
32

Squad Runs
 Fire Runs
75
 MVA's
37

Truck Runs
 Fire Runs
71



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2014 FRANKLIN FIRE CO. & FANNETT-METAL FIRE CO. GUN BASH

 

 
Fri, Mar 7th, 2014 1:37:00 pm - TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE NOW!! Call Franklin Fire Company (717)-263-8600 or Fannett-Metal Fire Company (717)-349-2212     ...Continued
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FOR SALE - 104' LADDER TRUCK

 
Tue, Oct 1st, 2013 8:00:00 am - Contact Chief Trace or Brindlee Mountain Fire Apparatus. Sales Reps DO NOT call unless you have a buyer. click here for photos and info: 1995 Simon-Duplex Ladder Truck     ...Continued
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FIELD FIRE ON BOUNDRY ROAD

 

 
Sun, Apr 20th, 2014 3:11:00 pm - Units responded to Boundry Road in Hamilton Twp between Lawyer Road and Keefer Road for a field fire. E45 found approximately a 1/2 acre involved located on both sides of the roadway stretched a line and put a quick knock on it, the crews from ...Continued
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SQUAD & TRUCK TAKE IN ANOTHER BOROUGH RUN

 

 
Sun, Apr 20th, 2014 9:49:00 am - SQ41 & T42 responded to 545 Weaver Avenue in the Borough for a fire reported to be under a carport, report to responding units was a plastic tub on fire under the carport. Co.1 units arrived with smoke showing and found the fire had extended ...Continued
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OVEN FIRE IN THE BOROUGH

 

 
Sat, Apr 19th, 2014 3:26:00 pm - Units were alerted to 31 Redwood Street in the Borough for a reported stove fire, E1-4 arrived to a 2 story duplex with light smoke showing. SQ41's crew made entry finding the fire contained to the oven, two personnel removed it to the Charlie side ...Continued
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POSSIBLE APARTMENT FIRE IN THE BOROUGH

 

 
Thu, Apr 17th, 2014 3:34:00 pm - SQ41 responded to 129 E. Queen Street in the Borough for a possible apartment building fire, E1-4 was flagged down by residents while driving through the area and found smoke showing from side Alpha. The Squad crew was assigned to search the second floor of the fire ...Continued
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ELECTRICAL FIRE AT ULTA INC.

 

 
Wed, Apr 16th, 2014 11:56:00 pm - Units were alerted to 95 Kriner Road at Ulta Inc. Distribution for an electrical fire in the building. E43 arrived on scene of a large one story warehouse with nothing showing from the Alpha, Bravo & Charlie sides and secured their own water source, found ...Continued
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NEW TRUCK 42 IN SERVICE

 

 
Wed, Apr 16th, 2014 8:30:00 am - With the radios installed and equipment switch over from the old Truck Tuesday evening, the new Truck 42 was placed in service this morning and took in its first run at 9:58am responding to a Commerical Fire Alarm on Redwood Street in the Borough of ...Continued
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TRUCK TRANSFER TO WAYNESBORO CO.2

 
Mon, Apr 14th, 2014 3:28:00 pm - T42 transfer to Co.2 Potomac Street Fire Station this afternoon while their crews operated on a two alarm fire in Blue Ridge Summit. With no additional calls handled the Truck cleared the transfer within two hours. ...Continued
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FOUR DAYS - FOUR FIRES

 

 
Mon, Apr 14th, 2014 11:32:00 am - E43 responded along with units on the 7-1 Box to 273 W. Main Street in Fayetteville for a shed fire. E7-2 and C7 arrived with an 8'x10' shed fully involved with some extension into trees and brush, E43 was assigned to assist with hitting hot ...Continued
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SQUAD TAKES IN ANOTHER BARN FIRE IN CO.5'S AREA

 

 
Sun, Apr 13th, 2014 4:56:00 pm - Squad 41 responded as part of the Working Fire Dispatch for the barn fire at 5857 Orphanage Road in Quincy Township. The Squad staged in the parking lot of Crackers Bar and sent manpower to E5-1 whereCommand 5 assigned them to assist with fire attack and ...Continued
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SU & ENGINE ASSIST ON BRUSH FIRE

 

 
Sun, Apr 13th, 2014 2:14:00 pm - SU44 was requested to assist Co.18 with a brush fire at 8687 Diehls Woods Road in St Thomas Twp. Shortly after Command 18 requested another Engine to the scene, bringing E43. Sta.4 crews operated on scene for about 45 minutes assisting with overhaul operatione before ...Continued
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SMOKE IN THE BUILDING AT VENTURA FOODS

 

 
Sun, Apr 13th, 2014 9:30:00 am - The Squad & Truck responded to 1501 Orchard Drive at Ventura Foods for a possible electrical fire in the building. Co.1 units arrived with a large warehouse with nothing showing, DC1 requested Co.1 units to proceed to the receiving area and the remainder to stage ...Continued
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SEARCH DETAIL

 

 
Sat, Apr 12th, 2014 9:16:00 pm - Members ended the day Saturday assisting State Police with a search detail on Armory Drive. A female in her 50's had been missing for several hours (within the red circle on the map photo), crews split up in groups canvasing the area. Just after 9:45pm ...Continued
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MOUNTAIN FIRE

 

 
Sat, Apr 12th, 2014 3:02:00 pm - While the Squad was operating on a Medical Local, crews back home were alerted to 5519 Mountain Road in Hamilton Twp for a possible mountain fire. DC1 arived on scene advising C46 of an approximate 100x100 area involved slowly spreading in the thick brush, C46 ...Continued
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