4 days ago
One week until Casino Night..here are just a few of the gift baskets available to win! ... See MoreSee Less
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Almost $3000 worth of prizes up for grabs at our 2nd Annual Casino Night on April 27 from 7p-10p.We have something for everyone! We've got Dorney Park passes; tickets to Nissley Vineyard Concert in the Vineyard; an Instant pot with goodies included; several gift baskets plus so much more (roughly 20+prizes to be given away). And did I mention food and drinks are included in the price of your ticket! You also have the chance to win cash prizes with our 50/50 Bingo; our 50/50 raffle tickets; our 50/50 dart game and our tear off tickets. Did you get your tickets yet? Save money and buy your tickets in advance! $40 in advance $50 at the door ... See MoreSee Less
The Officers and membership would like to wish Ben Killinger good luck as he ventures off to start his Career Fire Academy this week. Firefighter Killinger has been hired in our Nations Capital (DC) as a Firefighter/EMT
Killinger joined the West Hanover Fire company during the flooding of 2011. Killinger was a past Live-in firefighter and is still an active member living in the township
The membership and officers would like to wish FF. Killinger safe travels, a successful academy, as well as a safe and rewarding career.
See you in 6 months! ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations Ben. Good luck. And stay safe.
Proud of you Ben!! Good luck!
Good Luck Ben! We are so proud of you!!
congratulations Ben Austin is in Virginia also
Good luck Ben!!! We are all so proud of you!!
Best of luck to you Ben! Good job.
Best Wishes Ben! Be Safe!!
Congrats Ben. You'll be an asset to them. Your work ethic paid off.
Congratulations Ben best of luck to you!
So proud of you Ben. Love you!
Good luck Ben
Good Luck Ben!!! You will do Great!!!!!
Congrats & good luck!!
Best wishes and be safe!
Awesome!! I’m so proud of you Ben!! Congratulations!
Best of everything Ben proud of you
Congratulations Ben. We got you started on the right path. Be safe.
Good Luck Ben
Best of luck on your new adventure! Congratulations
Good luck Ben! We know you will be great!! ♥️
Best of luck on your new venture!! May God watch over you and keep you safe..
Congrats young man
Way to go Ben! I will be praying you through graduation!
We are so proud of you Ben Killinger best of luck !
Volunteers are having fun learning how to deal our casino games. April 27th 7p-10p. Get your tickets before we sell out ! ... See MoreSee Less
Around 1040 today, R36-1 was dispatched to assist Lower Paxton 34 (Paxtonia) with an MVA reported multiple people trapped. Chief 34 arrived and confirmed 3 vehicles involved with 3 occupants trapped. Rescue 1 arrived and deployed cutters, spreaders and, multiple hand tools to assist E34-1, already working on scene. Crews from 34 and 36 worked extremely well together to extricate all three patients within 20 minutes of arrival. Special thanks to Lower Paxton Police and Fire Police for controlling traffic, making the scene safe and enabling rigs to get close to the incident. ... See MoreSee Less
Kudos to these heroic volunteers! Anyone who wants to help their community should check in at one of the fire stations to see how you can help.....lots of jobs other that fighting fires!
Thank you for doing this job.
Ty for all you do for our community!
Looks like it was head on
Scott Shive isnt this right by you guys ?
Paul Cernovsky found the accident! 😞
Ellen Fleisher, this answers the question
Thanks. Ugly incident.
Three weeks from today! Have you gotten your tickets yet? $40 in advance $50 at the door. Food and drinks included. Tons of prizes to be won! ... See MoreSee Less
I will send the tumblers with Michael tomorrow night m
Hey now 😂
The 36 crews (Captain Wolfgang, Chauffeur Bauch, FF/EMT Rowe, FF Ebright and FF Hall, Chief 39 Schmolitz) stepped beyond West Hanover this evening to supply manpower for Cumberland 33 in Silver Spring Twp. Company 33 was attending their annual awards banquet. While on the street seeking restoration and sustenance at a local ice cream establishment... we were tapped for a working tractor trailer fire on I-81 S mm 49. Sq 1-33 arrived on scene simultaneously with E 1-41. We deployed one handline and crews went to work on a well seated fire in the trailer portion of a moving van. Crews were out about two hours. There was initial confusion when Cumberland Chief 39 encountered Dauphin Chief 39... Crews assimilated well and a great stop was made by keeping the damage, to the families property, to the rear 1/4 of the trailer. ... See MoreSee Less
4 weeks ago
We are a month away from the big night! Get your tickets early(price is more at the door) ... See MoreSee Less
Saturday evening West Hanover Township Fire Company members and their guests attended our annual awards banquet at the Grantville Holiday Inn. Members enjoyed an excellent meal and an evening of fellowship and brotherhood.
Award recipients included
Membership Secretary Marge Senft - Presidents Award
Firefighter of the Year- FF Adam Colm
Fire Police Officer of the Year- EMA Director-Bill McCahan
Dan Mader Brotherhood Award- Captain John Wolfgang
Certificate of Valor- Presented to FF / Trustee Stephen Hayes by Chief Fink of Middletown Fire Department for his role in the Rescue of a Person during a house fire in Middletown Borough.
Top Responders of the Year
Two Cardiac Arrest Saves were recognized last night
Length of Service Awards
58 years of Service-Neil Shatto
55 years of Service - Bill McCahan
50 years of Service- Harvey Kuntz
25 years of Service- Doug Schmidt
15 years of Service- Grant Garland
10 years of Service-Timothy N. Shatto
10 years of Service-Tyler Smith
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Congratulations to all the award recipients last night and thank you to Company 36 for a fun evening of brother and sisterhood
Congratulations everyone well deserved!!
Thank you all for your service and protection of our properties and more importantly, our lives.
Thank you so much for your service!!
Congrats everyone & thank you for your service!!
Thank all the firefighters...
Congratulations to. All. Stay. Safe
Any member that was not able to attend last and received an award. They are in the meeting room at Station on the table. There are also “Gifts” for you at station 1 as well. Thank to everyone who assisted in making it a great night.
Friday afternoon, the daytime crews went to work on a well off dumpster impinging on a structure at Myers RV Superstore on Allentown Blvd. E-2 (Rowe) went enroute lite but was immediately augmented by SU-361 (LTs Conrad and Conley). Chief 39 Schmolitz with command. T-39 with water supply and additional man power. Crews were out about 1 hour. Heads up move by Myers personnel on scene by pushing dumpster away from building prior to our arrival, possibly saving significant structural damage. Photo credits... Camera 36 Bill Haig ... See MoreSee Less
Do you enjoy wine and a good concert? How about a day at Dorney Park? Love baseball? This is just a taste of some of the prizes you can win at our 2nd annual Casino Night. Tickets are still available but I wouldn’t wait! ... See MoreSee Less
Yesterday afternoon at 14:17HRS Company 36 was dispatched on Box 36-8 in the area of Knight Road for a Barn Fire. Upon dispatch Car 36-1 advised county of a heavy column, and Chief 36-3 Kerstetter confirmed, and immediately upgraded the box. Crews established a positive water supply and extinguished hot spots. Crews and Fire Police from Companies 36,35, 37, 47, 48, 46, 39 and 34 worked on overhaul and traffic control at the scene for several hours. Crews went back to Station to clean the hose and equipment and went back in service at 20:00HRs. Our Thanks to transfer companies Lebanon 1 Palmyra with Rescue Engine 1-1 and Campbelltown Tanker 2 for their assistance with placing our Engine and Equipment back into service. Our thanks also to anyone else not mentioned.
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Progress is continuing on our interim Engine 36-1 project. Crews are working on driver training and finalizing equipment placement. Radio installation this week and lettering to be completed shortly. Once those items are completed we will be able to put this Engine into service.We are most thankful for the support of our Township Board of Supervisors, Township Staff and Manager and our Township Residents during this time. ... See MoreSee Less
Just a friendly reminder! Test your smoke alarms and change those batteries! 👩🚒⏱️👨🚒🙃 ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you to all who came out tonight and supported us at Perkins for our Dine to Donate fundraiser. Your support is greatly appreciated. Don’t forget to get your tickets for our 2nd annual Casino night. ... See MoreSee Less
Sorry I was unable to make it!
Good Evening One of our Township Residents asked us to share this lost dog information. Please contact Ms. Keefauver directly at the number listed below. ... See MoreSee Less
Don’t forget! Tickets go on sale tomorrow morning (3/4) at 8am. Get them early! Don’t miss out on this evening of fun ... See MoreSee Less
Amber Nicole Dottie Sauerwein Rohler interested>
The West Hanover Township Volunteer Fire Company is pleased to announce our 2nd annual Casino Night. April 27th from 7p-10p at the West Hanover Parks and Recreation building. Tickets go on sale March 4th and can be purchased in person at 628 Walnut Avenue or you can order by phone 717-724-0083. Tickets will be $40 per person in advance or $50 at the door. ... See MoreSee Less
Daylight crews were dispatched to Allentown BLVD in the area of Aroogas for a single vehicle into the guard rail. Lieutenant 39 was in the area and added on to assist responding units of a better location. Company 36 Crews arrived and assisted EMS with patient care and provided assistance as needed.
As the Rescue 36-1 was pulling back into quarters, Box 39-6 was struck for a Motor vehicle accident with entrapment. Lieutenant 39 went enroute and requested Rescue 36-1 to respond to assist Company 39 and Rescue 48 Rescue 36-1 arrived and assisted with removing two doors, the roof and, rolling the dash to free the occupant. Once extrication was completed. Rescue 36-1 crews picked up tools and equipment used and returned to service. Station 36-1 remains staffed and bad weather continues. ... See MoreSee Less
And rescuing Bill and his stalled tractor after the 39 call.
Great work! But a mustang out in this weather.....
Good job boys
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Vacan así uno aqui en manta
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