Total Calls
  January
34
  February
24
  March
23
  April
26
  May
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26
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32
  August
42
  September
25
  October
25
  November
17
  December
  Total
299

BE SURE TO KEEP CHECKING OUR STATION EVENTS ! ! !

Last night at our monthly meeting we held our annual elections. Congratulations to the following members who will serve in these elected positions for the year 2020:

President- Steve Weaver

Vice President 1- Don Staley
Vice President 2- Stu Lutz

Trustee- Charlie Cogan

Secretary- Rich Fanning Sr.

Treasure- Bob Templin

Fire Chief- Steve Kienzle

**A later post will be posted for the appointed line officers in the beginning of the new year**
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Congrats Steven Kienzle

Congrats Steven Kienzle

Congratulations Chief Steve Kienzle!!!

Congratulations to all

Thanks to all the folks in the emergency services!

A great group of volunteers! Thanks for your commitment to our community.

Congrats to all

I know Steve Weaver, Stu Lutz, Steve Keinzel Jr.

Duane Wood did not get elected...

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Three Mile Island will conduct one of its semi-annual siren tests at 12:15 p.m. Today, according from Exelon Generation.

The 96 sirens are meant to be heard in a 10-mile radius of the TMI Generating Station in Londonderry Township. The sirens are in Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon and York counties.

The sirens do not mean people need to evacuate but are a warning for area residents to tune in to emergency alerts being broadcasted to television or radio. County emergency management authorities are in charge of the sirens, which can be used in any emergency, including severe weather.
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Thankyou for the information!πŸš’πŸš’

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Three Mile Island will conduct one of its semi-annual siren tests at 12:15 p.m. Today, according from Exelon Generation.

The 96 sirens are meant to be heard in a 10-mile radius of the TMI Generating Station in Londonderry Township. The sirens are in Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon and York counties.

The sirens do not mean people need to evacuate but are a warning for area residents to tune in to emergency alerts being broadcasted to television or radio. County emergency management authorities are in charge of the sirens, which can be used in any emergency, including severe weather.
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Three Mile Island will conduct one of its semi-annual siren tests at 12:15 p.m. Today, according from Exelon Generation.

The 96 sirens are meant to be heard in a 10-mile radius of the TMI Generating Station in Londonderry Township. The sirens are in Cumberland, Dauphin, Lancaster, Lebanon and York counties.

The sirens do not mean people need to evacuate but are a warning for area residents to tune in to emergency alerts being broadcasted to television or radio. County emergency management authorities are in charge of the sirens, which can be used in any emergency, including severe weather.

A sneak peak at what is to come out of our 2019 YEAR IN REVIEW video. Let us know what you think! ... See moreSee less

 

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Very cool video πŸ’ͺ🏻πŸ’ͺ🏻πŸ’ͺ🏻

Perfect song Thank you all for what you do 24/7 Be safe

You all are great at what you do...thanks....

Looks awesome!!

Burt Rusty Stockton

wow awesome!

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Hummelstown Fire would like to wish our followers a safe and happy Thanksgiving! ... See moreSee less

Hummelstown Fire would like to wish our followers a safe and happy Thanksgiving!

 

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Happy Thanksgiving to you also!πŸ˜‡πŸš’β€

Stay safe and have a great Thanksgiving day

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