2 days ago
West Hanover Township Fire Company would like to congratulate probationary Fire Fighters Jonathan Goose W Ebright Joseph Smullin and PJ Vesek on their promotion to Senior Fire Fighter no doubt they put a lot of time and effort into their training in the past months. We wish you the best gentleman. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations to all!
WOW! Congratulations PJ!
Congrats to you guys
You the man, nice job.
Way to go Ducky!
Magdalena Volunteer Fire Company 36 of Lima Peru
Congrats Goose W Ebright!
Way to go!
5 days ago
Hey parents! Let your kids know that Santa is coming to town this coming Sunday! Yes Sunday December 15th Santa will be taking a tour with the men and women of the West Hanover Township Volunteer Fire Company! Come on out with your kids to meet jolly ole st' Nick himself and recieve a gift!
At the end of the tour we will be stopping by the Township Parks and Rec. building for the annual Christmas tree lighting, some Christmas Caroling and a few snacks with Santa.
Santa told me to let you know he wishes to see everyone this coming Sunday! ... See MoreSee Less
2 weeks ago
With the holiday season approaching..here’s another way to support us. ... See MoreSee Less
West Hanover Volunteer Fire Company 36 is feeling grateful.
3 weeks ago
The West Hanover Township Fire Company would like to update our community on the repair progress of Engine 36-1. It will be year today that this incident occurred. We are most grateful for the support of our Township Board of Supervisors, Township Manager Mr. Dan Rosario and his staff for their tireless work on working through the repairs of our Engine. We are greatly indebted to so many for their assistance as we have worked through the acquisition of our current Engine 36 which has been the Acting Engine 36-1. Work Continues the fine craftsman from Glick are working on our Engine to make it better then new. We are reminded how lucky we are that our crew members received only minor injuries. We would also like to Thank the Residents of West Hanover Township as with out their generous support none of this would be possible. We are very blessed to have a state of the art fire station and the apparatus that we have to protect the citizens of our Township and the surrounding communities. So many times we read about other Townships that are at odds with their leadership. If we look over the past several years much has been accomplished in our Township with the support of our Board of Supervisors and our dedicated volunteers. A new fire station, new rescue truck, new air packs. ... See MoreSee Less
Did you get it back or is it still at the job corp?
Amy Glick Sweitzer.
West Hanover Volunteer Fire Company 36 shared a post.
4 weeks ago
The West Hanover Township Fire Company would like to offer our deepest Condolences to the family of Lieutenant Jason MenardIt is with a very heavy heart that Chief Michael Lavoie, City Manager Edward M. Augustus, Jr. and Mayor Petty announce the devastating loss of Lt. Jason Menard, a member of the WFD since 2010 assigned to Ladder 5, Group 2 at McKeon Road Fire Station. Lt. Menard succumbed to his injuries battling a 4 alarm fire on Stockholm Street this morning, Wednesday, November 13. He leaves behind his wife Tina, 3 children & parents. It is an extremely difficult day for the Worcester Fire Department. Lt. Menard and his crew acted selflessly and heroically. Please keep the family of Lt. Menard, his friends and crew in your thoughts and prayers. ... See MoreSee Less
The West Hanover Township Fire Company would like to thank our Veterans for their service to this great nation. This is the home of the free because of the brave. Your service is something we can never say thank you enough on this day and every day. ... See MoreSee Less
October 31st Halloween Night back to back calls
crews were busy dealing with numerous weather related incidents, Engine 36-1 was dispatched to interstate 81 to assist company 39 with a reported tractor trailer fire. Engine 36-1 arrived and deployed a handline to begin fire attack. The fire was brought under control quickly before it spread to the trailer. Engine 36-3 responded and assisted on this incident as well. While operating on this incident, rescue 36-1, engine 36-2 and, township fire police handled calls in the township for flooded basements, flooded roadways and vehicles stuck in water. Once clear of the interstate, crews gathered back at station 1 to clean everything up from the dozen calls ran throughout the night. WHTFC would like to thanks all our volunteers who ran calls and staffed the station taking calls during last evenings storm. ... See MoreSee Less
Great job guys
Daylight Saving Time is Today so it is important that you changed your clocks, however more important to change your smoke detector batteries as well.
Be sure to check the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors to make sure the detectors are working properly and replace the batteries. ... See MoreSee Less
Make sure your 10 year lithium detectors don't need replaced. Time sneaks up for n you.
Happy birthday Matt it's been so many years since I seen you.. have a great day
Happy Birthday Matt glad to see you accomplished what you have so far
Happy Birthday, Matt! Thanks for all you do.
Happy birthday Matt! Hope you have a wonderful day. Thanks for all your hard work. 🎈🎈🎉🎊🎈🎈
Happy Birthday, Matt ♥️
Happy Birthday Matt
Happy Birthday, Matt! Have a great day.
Happy Birthday, Matt🎈🎂🎉
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Matt.
Happy Birthday Matt!!
HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO YYOOOUUUU!!!
Happy Birthday Chief!!
Happy birthday Matt
Happy birthday Matt
Happy Birthday! 🎈
Happy Birthday Matthew!
Happy birthday chief
Happy Birthday “Old Guy”
Happy birthday brother
Happy birthday chief kuntz
This morning around 0600 Company 36 with Rescue 36-1 was dispatched to assist Company 39 and South Central EMS Harrisburg with removing a patient from the woods. Soon after Chief 39 added utility and ATV 35 Linglestown Fire Company No. 1 - Station 35 and West Hanover Volunteer Fire Company 36 for manpower. Crews carried the patient around 100 yards down the mountain before loading him onto the ATV for the rest of the transport to the Ambulance.
Photo Credit -Dakota Hall ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you all for doing a great job.
Please join us in wishing Senior Fire Fighter/ Chauffer Adam Colm this years Firefighter of the year and Probationary Fire Fighter Jonathan “Goose “ Ebright a very happy birthday ... See MoreSee Less
This week we were invited to the Share some time with the Mount Laurel Church of God. Congregation as they put on their Second Annual Fall Festival. Thanks kindly for the invite Pastor Dale Miller. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you gentlemen of the WH Fjre Co for helping to make our Trunk R Treat such a huge success last Thursday. We appreciate all that you did. The kiddos loved seeing the fire truck and asking questions. Thanks again.
Sunday evening around 7:00 PM, Company 36 was dispatched to Palmyra Boro in Lebanon County to assist with manpower on a multi residential structure fire. Engine 36-1 made the response with 6 members. Engine 1 arrived and performed a secondary search of the fire building and later assisted with overhaul. Crews were released after operating for appx 2 hours.
Photography by Mr. Dale Feehrer and Mr. Dave Sassaman Hershey. Fire Company ... See MoreSee Less
Great job guys! Thanks for all you do in our community. 💪
This evening our live-in crews participated in some impromptu training led by Chief Kuntz
Photos courtesy of Jonathan (Goose) Ebright ... See MoreSee Less
This evenings training series continued Part 2 our confined space training taught by Chief Kuntz. Several evolutions were held to put into practice the classroom theory and training reviewed. Training included proper rigging and lowering and anchoring procedures. In addition to continually monitoring the rescue environment to ensure safety for our rescuers as well as those being rescued. You will note the yellow fan hose is suppling fresh air. In addition to the air monitoring equipment you see pictures. We are utilizing Rescue 36-1 this evening. ... See MoreSee Less
Thanks for all the hard work. That everyone does.☺️😊
Darien Poole small world!! I saw the post on my Facebook feed. So happy to see you had an amazing wedding! PS we shared your name with the charge nurse of how wonderful you were to us.
Awww. Congratulations!! I absolutely love your gown Darien!!!💕💕💕
Many congrats ! You look beautiful !
It was a beautiful wedding!
Congratulations to you both.
Your bride is beautiful ❤️
Congrats and may God bless their marriage
Yesterday Company 36 held their annual open house at Station 36-1 we wish to Thank all of our Township Residents that we serve , for stopping in to see your Fire house and the apparatus that protects our township. Last nights open house featured fire extinguisher training, our fire prevention house and a vehicle Rescue Demonstration. Thanks to our Township Supervisors, Township Manager Mr. Rosario and his staff at the Township, but most importantly Thanks to our Township Residents and Supporters we appreciate your support. ... See MoreSee Less
TBT a little late please enjoy as these photos take us back to the days of the Ford/Hahn Engines. Inspired by the Hahn Reunion this past weekend held in Hamburg Pa. The last photo represents a still surviving antique similar to the apparatus used during this time period ... See MoreSee Less
I recall this Era and riding the old Engine 362 three wide in the front!
drove or rode in most all of em...#36 #johnhouck
The Officers and Members of the West Hanover Fire Company would like to congratulate our very Fire Fighter Ben Killinger as he graduates with DCFD Recruit Class 389 he is graduating today. Best of luck to you in your career
Photos courtesy of Ron Boush ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations Ben! Great job! Good luck in all you do.❤️☺️
You are so brave and strong and determined! Proud to call you nephew!
I'm so proud of you, son!
Woot woot!!!! Get it Ben-Jamin!!!!! So proud of you sir! Ben Killinger
Today around 16:40 DC911 dispatched company 39, Company 36 and mutual aid companies to a reported trailer on fire. Soon after it was upgraded to entrapment with a reported 3 people still inside. The fire was mostly put out before arrival of the units and the 3 people were able to get out. Some minor overhaul was done before returning available.
Photos courtesy of Photographer Dustin Weese
www.facebook.com/100000179230237/posts/2992411010774844?sfns=mo ... See MoreSee Less
Great job guys.
This evening Company 36 members participated in the Township Carnival the West Hanover Township Parks and Recreation Center. Crews brought the popular Fire Prevention House and had the apparatus on display for our Township Residents inspection. We are most Thankful for the support of our Township and the Residents we serve. Thanks kindly to the Parks and Recreation Department for the invite
Photo credit Jonathan Goose W Ebright ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for all you do!!! These people are volunteers!, I would put my life in their hands any day! They are well-trained, dedicated, capable, knowledgeable, and willing to put their lives on the line in an instant to save a life and/or home! These volunteers in every volunteer fire company don’t get the thanks often enough that they truly deserve!!!💕💕💕
We take a moment to remember the civilians and members of the emergency services who were lost forever due to the tragic events of 9/11/01 we will all remember where we were that tragic day. We also honor those who continue to serve in our Armed Services to keep us safe.
m.youtube.com/watch?feature=youtu.be&v=gPHnadJ-0hE ... See MoreSee Less
4 months ago
We would like to wish our very own Firefighter/Recording Secretary Cathy Kissinger a very Happy Birthday ... See MoreSee Less
Happy Birthday, Cathy! Hope you have a great day.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY Cathy
Happy Birthday Cathy!
Happy Birthday Cathy 🎈
Happy happy birthday 🎉🎈🎁🎊🎂 once again!!!! 💕💕💕
I also want to wish you a very Happy Birthday Cathy! Love you!
Thank you 😊
Some photos from our recent night out this was a combined event with South , East and West Hanover Townships. ... See MoreSee Less
Great pictures! Thank you for sharing!