Events
2018 BASH IN THE VALLEY
Sat Sept 15th
Tickets: $10







Bingo Schedule
Help support our organization by attending one of our many bingo events!

We have BINGO Every
Wednesday and Saturday evening.
Doors Open at 5pm,
Kitchen Opens at 6pm,
Games Begin at 7pm

Wednesday is packet night, just $23/ packet.

Saturday last game pays $1000.

We also have BINGO Every 1st and 3rd Sunday.
Doors Open at 11am,
Kitchen Opens at 12pm,
Games Begin at 1pm


2018 Runs
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446
 Jobs
20
 Pins
9


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2018 Bash in the Valley

 
Fri, Jun 1st, 2018 12:00:00 am - 2018 GUN BASH- Saturday, Sept 15th @ Hammond's Grove in Path Valley Tickets: $10. Need not be present to win. Tickets will be held at the gate. (Not mailed) You will receive confirmation email once your purchase has been processed by our volunteers. ...Continued

2 days ago

Franklin Fire Company

WEEKLY DRILL: Members are practicing techniques for rescuing a downed firefighter. ... See moreSee less

WEEKLY DRILL: Members are practicing techniques for rescuing a downed firefighter.

2 days ago

Franklin Fire Company

We are still seeking a group of individuals to help us serve meals on Sat Sept 15 between 11a-5p. For more info please send us a message. If you were one of the fourteen people who previously reached out to us seeking info, please get back to us as we are truly in need of help for this event! This is a great way to help your community.We’re looking for an organization, maybe a club or church group, who is looking to help our community by volunteering their time. We have an event coming up which we could use 15-20 people to serve meals (no cooking required, solely serving onto plates) over a five hour period. If you or your group would like to help us, please email: trace.keila@sta4.com or message this page and we’d be happy to provide additional information. ... See moreSee less

We are still seeking a group of individuals to help us serve meals on Sat Sept 15 between 11a-5p. For more info please send us a message. If you were one of the fourteen people who previously reached out to us seeking info, please get back to us as we are truly in need of help for this event! This is a great way to help your community.

 

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Have you asked the culinary program at CMS?

Bingo tonight. And we have Baked Ziti for sale in the kitchen! Games start at 7pm, last game pays $1,000 to the winner!! ... See moreSee less

Bingo tonight. And we have Baked Ziti for sale in the kitchen!  Games start at 7pm, last game pays $1,000 to the winner!!

1 week ago

Franklin Fire Company

12:02pm. 400 block of Siloam Rd, Greene Twp. Units arrived to find an asphalt tanker on its side with an active leak from the vent on top. Due to the temp of the liquid asphalt (300 degrees) personnel were unable to plug it. Firefighters created a containment area with shovels until the arrival of a skid loader from a local business. Booms and a under flow dam were placed in the stream in case product made it to the water. No product entered the stream. With the leaking product contained fire department personnel assisted with the offloading of the asphalt.
Sta4 members were assisted by multiple agencies during this incident including Hazmat and township EMA.
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12:02pm. 400 block of Siloam Rd, Greene Twp. Units arrived to find an asphalt tanker on its side with an active leak from the vent on top.  Due to the temp of the liquid asphalt (300 degrees) personnel were unable to plug it.  Firefighters created a containment area with shovels until the arrival of a skid loader from a local business.   Booms and a under flow dam were placed in the stream in case product made it to the water. No product entered the stream.  With the leaking product contained fire department personnel assisted with the offloading of the asphalt.  
Sta4 members were assisted by multiple agencies during this incident including Hazmat and township EMA.

 

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Great work men in green

Thank you for all you do to keep us safe. When we work together so much can be accomplished.

OK OK this is sad but let's have some fun the Franklin fire company should do a lip sync contest and challenge other fire company's do it guys make it a 5 dollar donation challenge is out there go with it guys

Lane Morrison rolled one down below Harrisburg.

Driver ok??

Drive siloam every day a number of times, and will bet same guy that thinks he's on 81 and runs siloam too fast is the one. Glad he's ok tho.

Great job

Holy crap,,, that's a crossett tanker. Bet that dude's in trouble.

Great job #4

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Siloam Rd, Greene Twp. Overturned tractor trailer leaking liquid tar. No injuries. Hazmat has responded to prevent tar from reaching nearby stream. ... See moreSee less

Siloam Rd, Greene Twp. Overturned tractor trailer leaking liquid tar. No injuries. Hazmat has responded to prevent tar from reaching nearby stream.

 

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Good no injuries! All I can think of is Dr Evil saying "Liquid Hot Tar:

Rodney

Chambersburg now has a tar pit.

So glad we could save as much as we did. And fast response saved a lot of work and contained the asphalt

12:41am Aug 2 @ 2000 Crottlestown Rd. Twin Bridge Campground.
Squad 41 and Truck 42 responded for the water rescue. Units found multiple campers stuck in rising water. STA4 units stood by as a rescue team while Hamilton Township employees evacuated occupants to a safe area.
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12:41am Aug 2 @ 2000 Crottlestown Rd. Twin Bridge Campground. 
Squad 41 and Truck 42 responded for the water rescue. Units found multiple campers stuck in rising water. STA4 units stood by as a rescue team while Hamilton Township employees evacuated occupants to a safe area.

 

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Yikes, looks like the water rose during the night.

Darren Stevenson

Stacey Rosenberry

Pat Bulger

Kathy McKelvey Lowery

Lori Hoffmann

So this may flood more than normal but look where it is. Randy and his family always bust their butts and take care of problems in a timely manor. I’m sure he will be working pretty much all day and night to get things back to normal. Thank you Randy for everything you do and making this a wonderful place to just get away and enjoy family time.

We were there when this flooding occurred. Our camper is in this picture. Randy walked the park the entire night watching out for people. The owners are just fantastic. If, in the area, we will go back. Just have to watch the weather. Many parks and areas struggle with so much rain the last month.

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2 weeks ago

Franklin Fire Company

11:16pm Aug 2 @ 1571 S Main St Boro of Chambersburg.
Originally dispatched as an outside investigation, Engine 1-4 arrived in the area and found a working RV fire next to a building. Command 1 requested the box to be upgraded. Truck 42 assisted with forcing entry into the RV and storage compartments. Squad 41 searched, checked for extension and wet down hot spots inside the RV. Units cleared a few hours later.
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11:16pm Aug 2 @ 1571 S Main St Boro of Chambersburg. 
Originally dispatched as an outside investigation, Engine 1-4 arrived in the area and found a working RV fire next to a building. Command 1 requested the box to be upgraded. Truck 42 assisted with forcing entry into the RV and storage compartments. Squad 41 searched, checked for extension and wet down hot spots inside the RV. Units cleared a few hours later.

 

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$80,000 down the drain

Matt Culbertson

2 weeks ago

Franklin Fire Company

Aug 1 (yesterday) 9:01am @ 150 Franklin Farm Ln: Auto Accident. Squad 41 and Engine 43 responded ... See moreSee less

Aug 1 (yesterday) 9:01am @ 150 Franklin Farm Ln: Auto Accident. Squad 41 and Engine 43 responded

 

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Valerie Day this was all the excitement yesterday outside of our work window.. (Katie)

How?

2 weeks ago

Franklin Fire Company

Thursday - August 2, 2018 @ 620 AM EDT: An extensive plume of tropical moisture streaming north over the region ahead of a weak and slow-moving cold front will continue to bring occasional moderate to heavy showers and scattered thunderstorms. Some of the storms will contain very heavy rainfall rates of over 2 inches per hour, and could lead to localized Flash Flooding. There is also a Marginal threat for a few of the thunderstorms to produce damaging wind gusts of around 60 mph across the southeast third of the state this afternoon and evening. ... See moreSee less