Shawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa hawnee Volunteer Fire Company Department On Delaware pennsylvania, pa Welcome to a Facebook Page about Shawnee Volunteer Fire Company. Join Facebook to start connecting with Shawnee Volunteer Fire Company. Shawnee Fire Department. Shawnee Volunteer, The Shawnee Fire Company On Delaware pennsylvania, pa Fire House,Street, Shawnee On Delaware, pa 18356, Burn Hours, in Smithfield, Township Chief - Donald Fuller social hall rental, weddings, parties, occasion, Shawnee Fire Co, Volunteer Shawnee Volunteer Fire, Shawnee Fire, Shawnee Volunteer, Shawnee, Volunteer, Fire, Fire Company, shawnee, fire, co, company, fire, house, in shawnee, On Delaware, Pennsylvania, pennsylvania, pa, social hall, rental, social hall rental, weddings, parties, occasion, Shawnee Fire Co, Become a member, List of events for 2011 Fireworks fundraiser to support the Shawnee Fire Company. Date: July 2nd 2011 with the rain date of July 3rd 2011. Place: Shawnee Mt Ski Area. Time: Dusk. Be early to allow for time to park before the show. Cost: $10.00 per car load of people. Sponsored by the Shawnee Mountain Ski Area . All proceeds go to the Shawnee Volunteer Fire Company. Fire prevention night for the family. Tuesday October 11th at the Shawnee Mountain Ski Area. Join the Shawnee, Marshalls Creek and Buskill Fire Companies from 7-9pm. For a fun night of learning about fire safety and to see our firefighting equipment in action. Firetruck rides, Safe house to crawl through, squirt a real fire hose, vehicle extrication "jaws of life" demonstration, medical helicopter fly in, meet sparky the fire dog and more. Free and open to the public. The Shawnee Fire Company is sponsoring a golf tournament on Wednesday, September 28th, 2011 at the Shawnee Inn & Golf Resort, located in the historic village of Shawnee on Delaware as a fundraiser for the Fire Company. Rain date is Wednesday, October 5th. Golfers are required to wear collared shirts, soft spikes, and denim is not permitted on the course. Golf Tournament Application Shawnee Fire Company has been providing emergency services for over 65 years to those who live and vacation in and around our village, and throughout the surrounding area. Times have changed as well as the requirements of our department. Being an all-volunteer department requires our members to raise funds in order for us to operate. The same people who fight the fires are the ones who help serve food at any one of our dinners. We rely on support from the Community to assist us in our continued efforts to provide quick and efficient emergency services. One of our largest fundraisers for the year is our Annual golf tournament held at Shawnee Inn & Golf Resort on the last Wednesday of September. This tournament accounts for about 40% of our fundraising efforts each year. We would appreciate any type of donation you would be willing to offer to assist in the success of our tournament. Whether it is in the form of a gift certificate or a prize that we can give away, your generosity is much appreciated. You could also sponsor a hole at the golf tournament. There you will have the name of your organization on a tee box during the golf tournament for all who play to see. The sponsorship is $100.00 for a tee sign. If interested, please send a check to the address above, marked golf tournament, by the 15th of September so that we may create your sign in time for the tournament. We have also attached information on the golf tournament for your review. Thank you for your continued support!!

RESCUE 36-6

2012 Ford F550 Pierce Rescue.
Equipment includes: TNT vehicle extrication rescue tools, 2 100’ hydro reels, paratech struts/cribbing, medical supplies, AED, water rescue equipment, 2 MSA airpacks, gas monitoring meter, wilburt light tower 900w LED, 12,000 lb warn front mount winch, 9,000 lb warn portable winch, spill response kit/absorbant, hand tools, 200’ power cord reel, chain saw, air bag kit, air chisel kit, and rescue ropes. This vehicle responds to automobile accidents, water rescues and medical emergencies as a quick response unit to assist the ambulance services. 36-6 is garaged at the Worthington Station for quick response from the village.

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BRUSH 36-3-2

2008 Ford F-550 4x4 Pierce Contender Brush Truck. Carries 450 gallons of water supplied through a 500 gpm waterous pump. Equipment includes; 12000 lb winch, chain saws, soft-pak 5 gallon back packs, rakes, shovels, protective clothing, 200' 1" forestry line on speed reel, additional hose and supplies. This vehicle is first out on brush/woodland fires. The truck also responds to auto accidents as a utility vehicle for traffic control.

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BRUSH 36-3-4

1971 GMC 2500 4x4 Brush Truck. Carries 250 gallon of water supplied through a 250 gpm waterous pump. Equipment includes; 200' 1" forestry line on speed reel, protective clothing, soft-pak 5 gallon backpacks, chain saw, rakes, shovels, Ramsey winch, additional hose and supplies. This vehicle is second out on brush/woodland fires. The truck is used for deep woods off road calls where other vehicles cannot go.

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TANKER 36-2-3

1991 GMC Top Kick 4 Guys Tanker. 2000 gallon tank supplied through a 500 gpm Hale pump. Equipment includes; 2100 gallon Fol-da-Tank portapond, preconnected 1-3/4" hose, 3" hose, foam, 2 MSA airpacks, fittings and supplies. This vehicle is the main water supply for dwelling/structure fires, brush fires, and vehicle fires to areas that do not have hydrants. Water is brought by tanker to the scene from the nearest river, pond, stream or nearest hydrant system. The truck provides mutual aid water supply to surrounding companies as well.

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PUMPER 36-1-1

2003 International 7400 4x4 Pierce Supply Pumper. 500 gallon tank supplied through a 1250 gpm Hale front mounted pump. Equipment includes; 1300' 5" supply hose, 5500 watt generator, 500 gpm portable pump, TNT power unit with combination tool, MSA thermal imaging camera, 7 MSA airpack, lighting, water rescue supplies, ladders, chain saw, 200' cord reel, Co gas meter, hose, fittings and supplies, 1-3/4" preconnected hose lines, medical supplies and AED. This vehicle is used for supplying water from an area with no hydrant system feeding tankers or long 5" supply line feeds. We draft water from ponds, streams and the Delaware River. First due for automobile fires. This vehicle is second due for automobile accidents as fire suppression and extrication compliment.

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ENGINE 36-1-5

1997 Pierce Quantum Engine. 1000 gallon tank supplied through a 1500 gpm waterous pump. Equipment includes; 1200' 5" supply hose, 600' 3" supply hose, 300' 2-1/2" hose, 2 1-3/4" 200' preconnected lines, 200' preconnected 3" with blitzfire monitor. 35' triple fly ladder, roof ladder, MSA thermal imaging camera, orion gas meter, 9 MSA airpacks, RIT pack and supplies, spare air cylinders, self extrication and search ropes, vent saws, ventilation fans both gas and electric, lighting, additional hose and fittings, task force deck gun, firefighting tools, 200' cord reel and medical supplies including K-9 oxygen masks. This vehicle is first out on dwelling/structure fires as a fire suppression truck.

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