West Hanover Volunteer Fire Company 36 added an event.
1 day ago
We welcome you to come and enjoy our first annual WHTFC Casino Night to benefit the West Hanover Township Fire Company. Price of the ticket is $35 and includes appetizers; desserts; soft drinks; beer& wine and funny money. Games include Blackjack; Roulette; Bingo; Texas Hold Em' and more. Tickets can be purchased starting Friday 2/23/2018 by calling 717-724-0083 or by stopping by WH Community Center at 628 Walnut Ave Mon-Fri 8a-4p. Please come out and support your volunteer firefighters
1st annual WHTFC Casino Night
6 days ago
A throw back photo from our West Hanover Township Fire Company Photo archives. ... See MoreSee Less
The John Houck days. You've always been a first class operation
West Hanover Volunteer Fire Company 36 added 3 new photos.
2 weeks ago
Although not TBT some interesting photos from the West Hanover Fire Company Photos archives. These photos show crews putting out a tractor trailer fire. ... See MoreSee Less
West Hanover Volunteer Fire Company 36 added 10 new photos.
3 weeks ago
This morning at 05:24HRS Company 36 was dispatched on the 36-2 Box in the area of Sleepy Hollow Road for a Residential Structure Fire Bringing Engines 36-1, 36-3, Engine 39 Rescue 36-1, Ladder 34 Tankers 37,35, 39 and 47, Special Unit 36-3 on the initial dispatch. Engine 36-3 arrived on location reporting a working bedroom fire with fire showing through the window. Chief 36-3 (Kerstetter) immediately upgraded the box bringing Tanker 38 and Lebanon Tanker 2. Engine 36-1 arrived on scene bringing Chief 36-1 (Senft) who assumed command. Air 35 was requested to the scene to assist with filling air cylinders. West Hanover Township Public Works responded to salt Sleepy Hollow Road due to icy conditions. Crews remained on the scene until 9:30am all Company 36 apparatus was placed back into service at 10:21 HRS Transfer Companies included Cumberland Rescue 30 and Lebanon Engine 5 Our Thanks to our transfer and mutual aid companies, fire police and our public works crew for their quick response in salting the roads. Companies 36 and 35 Fire Police handled traffic Control ... See MoreSee Less
I commented on the Dauphin County Fire thread but will here also. I listened to this call this morning and I give a BIG salute to.command for his absolute calmness and staying focused on the interior crew making the push to the attic. Not one time did he allow any risks to be taken and knew everyone's location via radio reports from the Captain who led the interior crew. Outstanding work by the First in crews
That was my pappy Raymond Etnoyer old farm house
Job well done, thank you!
This was my Great Grandparents farm. I grew up on this farm. Thank you to the Fire department crews. This is a piece of Sleepy Hollow history. Everyone knows this farmhouse.
Many memories burned with that house.
The 2017 Video from the perspective of our live ins who staff our Station 36-1. Video put together by live in Evan Evan Rodriguez.
m.youtube.com/watch?feature=share&v=LzjqI1x-YkQA Year on the Lid's of the WHTFC Live In's Located in Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. For more information visit us at westhanoverfire.com/ or like us o... ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you all for your service to the community 🚒
Corbin Molinets Watch this!!
With recent trends on Social Media and You Tube we would like to remind parents and grand parents to educate your children and grandchildren of a very serious issue in reference to the Tide Pod Challenge please review the PSP Community Awareness Bulletin ... See MoreSee Less
Early this morning Rescue 36-1 responded with 8 personnel to the 35-3 box to assist with a working house fire. Rescue arrived and immediately went to work assisting with fire attack and extensive overhaul on the delta side of the structure. Great work done by all. ... See MoreSee Less
Today the Trustees had requested assistance in getting Station 36-3 cleaned up and in order for the year ahead. Ten members spent their Saturday morning sweeping out the Station and organizing and storing items around the Station. In addition to handling a call for a gas leak and an accident with injuries. Our Thanks to everyone for your help in getting everything organized ... See MoreSee Less
This evening the West Hanover Township Fire Company installed our 2018 Fire Line Officers and Administrative Officers. Our Thanks to Outgoing Fire Chief Tim Shatto and Trustee John Dymond.
Fire Line Officers
Fire Chief: H. Steven Smedley
Deputy Fire Chief: Matt Senft
1st Assistant Fire Chief: Dave Stepler
2nd Assistant Fire Chief: Tyler Kerstetter
Engine Company Captain: John Wolfgang Jr.
Rescue Company Captain:
Engine Company Lieutenant:
Rescue Company Lieutenant:
President: Kyle Miller
Vice President: Michael Keller
Financial Secretary: Don Poole
Treasurer: Missy Schmidt
Recording Secretary: Cathy Kissinger
Relief Secretary/ Treasurer
Head Trustee: Bill Haig
Trustee: Stephen Hayes
Trustee: Grant Garland
Trustee: John Kissinger ... See MoreSee Less
Proud of you Tyler!!
Thank you all for your dedication, service and willingness to serve our community. You help make my job easy!
Congratulations Chief Smedley and the rest of the new Officers and Administration!!
The first call of the year is now in the books.This morning at 09:28 HRS Companies 36 and 34 responded on Box 36-6 to a gas leak in the area of Tractor Supply. Chief 36 had Command, Captain 36 confirmed an active propane leak. Chief 36 immediately upgraded the box bringing Engine 35 to the scene Engine and Tanker 47 and Rescue 37 and Engine 39 to transfer to Station 36-1 and the Dauphin County Hazardous Materials Duty Officer. Fire Police Assisting at the Scene included Company 36, 35, 39, 47 and 48. As a precaution the hotel nearby was evacuated until the propane company was able to confirm that the leak was contained and safe. Company 36 crews also handled a medical assist later in the morning. Our Thanks to our mutual aid companies. ... See MoreSee Less
A well handled incident. Kudos
The West Hanover Township Fire Company would like to wish everyone a Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays our wishes to you for a very healthy and prosperous 2018. We thank you for your continued support. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for what you do.
West Hanover Volunteer Fire Company 36 added 13 new photos.
2 months ago
Some photos from our Santa Run Last weekend. Our Thanks to our Township Residents for coming out to visit Santa. We also appreciate Santa making time in his schedule and our dedicated volunteers. Our congratulations to our own Lieutenant Billy Poole on his recent engagement to Darien Harris we wish them well. ... See MoreSee Less
Just a few more stops left on Santa’s tour of West Hanover Township ... See MoreSee Less
West Hanover Volunteer Fire Company 36 added 4 new photos — at Hoagy's Lawn Care Service Inc..
2 months ago
Good morning!!! Over the last few evenings the firefighters have been working to get station 1 ready for the appearance from SANTA TODAY! The crew has strung up lights and decorated a tree thanks to hoagy’s lawn care. Hope to see everyone today at the scheduled stop on the Santa run! ... See MoreSee Less
This event is being hosted by the West Hanover Township Historical Society along with the West Hanover Parks and Recreation assisted by West Hanover Township Fire Company
Yule Log and Christmas Tree Lighting
Annual Santa Run
With Cyber Monday upon us tomorrow please support West Hanover Township Fire Company as you do your shopping. Your support is greatly appreciated. ... See MoreSee Less
Attention: Updated Information has been received confirmation from the North Pole that Santa Claus is indeed coming, to town!!!!!!!!!! ... See MoreSee Less
Evan Rodriguez maybe i should come out for it 🤔😂
4 months ago
West Hanover Township Fire Company was dispatched to a 39-81 box last evening around 2210 for a vehicle fire around MP 78 NB. E36-1 went enroute with 6 and arrived on scene to find a SUV with fire from the engine compartment extending into the passenger compartment. The NB lanes where shut down for a short period of time while the fire was extinguished. Companies 36 & 39 clear about 30 minutes later. ... See MoreSee Less