Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Happy Chanukah from all of us at Flagtown Fire / Rescue!
Monday, December 15, 2014
On Monday December 15th two young children from the area came to visit Flagtown Fire. Little Thomas and Anthony Daif brought cookies to our firehouse and explained to us that in the 10 days leading up to Christmas they would be performing 10 random acts of kindness starting with our firehouse! In appreciation for their kindness the children were given a tour of the firehouse and the trucks. The members of Flagtown Fire greatly appreciate this gesture of kindness. Thank you very much for your thoughtfulness and may your random acts of kindness inspire others to do the same.
Friday, December 12, 2014
On Friday December 12th Firefighter Marshall Farley married his beautiful fiancé Jacqueline Harbison. Congratulations to the new Mr. and Mrs. Farley from all of us at Flagtown Fire. You two make a wonderful couple and we know you will share many years of happiness together.
Monday, December 8, 2014
On Monday December 8th the Hillsborough Fire District gathered at Station 38 for the annual year end review condcted by the Chief Fire Marshal Chris Weniger and the Office of Fire Safety. Each year the Office of Fire safety puts together this end of year review for the Fire District’s benefit. We review all of the fires the occurred throughout the year as well as the tactics used at each fire. In addition, the district is made aware of any new building construction which is occurring in the area.
Saturday, December 6, 2014
On Saturday December 6th, Flagtown Fire held its third annual Christmas party. Members and their families gathered at Station 36 to share in some good food, good company, and good times. Santa even made a special appearance! Santa rode in on Brush 36 to deliver presents to the firefighter’s kids!! The entire night was a fun filled way for gather together with our second firehouse family and share the happiness and togetherness of the season. A big thank you to all that assisted in coordinating this event, decorating the firehouse, feeding the firefighters all day, setting up, and cleaning up.
Saturday, December 6, 2014
On Saturday December 6th, the members and family of Flagtown Fire had a long but fun filled day continuing the annual tradition of bringing Santa to deliver presents to all the good boys and girls in the Flagtown area. At 0900 the siren sounded and crews set out in to our primary area with Santa! Crews assisted Santa and his elves into the afternoon distributing toys, candy canes, and Christmas cheer to all of the children who came out to say hello.
Friday, December 5, 2014
On Friday December 5th the Flagtown Fire Department was asked once again to assist Santa in lighting the Hillsborough Township Municipal Christmas Tree. As always, Santa hitched a ride on Ladder 36 to come in and meet his fans and light the tree. Ignoring the rain, Santa lit the big beautiful tree for the kids. Santa and one of his trusty elves then took up his post inside the municipal building to visit with all the children that came to see him. Fire crews stood by to assist Santa and to talk to the citizens of Hillsborough.
Friday, December 5, 2014
Flagtown Fire is getting in the Christmas spirit! At Thursday’s work detail the members of Flagtown Fire finished putting the Christmas lights up at the firehouse. Thanks to Tony Valentine, Pete Heitz, Thomas Slinsky, Glen Watson, Scott Weiss, Eric Regiec, and DJ Rolle for all pitching in getting the firehouse decorated and looking great. While the decorations were going up outside, other members were busy inside. Nick Patullo and Nancy Gulla cleaned the member’s area in preparation for our annual Christmas party which will be held this Saturday night. Rumor has it Santa will be making an appearance! In addition, the Flagtown Fire Laddies Auxiliary came to the firehouse to help members Michelle Golder, John Glowacki, and Jeff Singer fill gift bags. Santa will distribute these gift bags to all the good boys and girls in Flagtown and the surrounding area during the annual Santa Run this Saturday December 6th beginning at 0900. Other members such as Aaron Santopietro, Matthew DeCicco, Greg Kane, and Tyler Riordan cleaned the bays and trucks to get them ready for the weekend. While all this was going on at the firehouse, members Dave Foelsch, Everett Heider, John Novak, Mike Guzy, and associate members Karen Novak and Heather Vilano brought the children of our members to the Hillsborough Municipal Building to decorate the Flagtown Fire Christmas tree.
Wednesday, December 3, 2014
On Wednesday December 3rd Associate Member Karen Novak organized a Christmas ornament making event at the Flagtown Firehouse for the children of our members. The ornaments will be used to decorate the Flagtown Fire Christmas Tree at the Hillsborough Municipal Building tomorrow night. The kids loved the fact that our Christmas tree will be decorated with ornaments they made and they had a great time showing off their creativity. Thank you Karen for planning, organizing, and running this event! Hopefully this will become another Flagtown Fire tradition which will be repeated year after year.
Friday, November 28, 2014
Hey Kids, great news! Santa has contacted our firehouse to let us know that he will be in the Flagtown area on December 6th and he wants to meet you. Santa’s reindeer are busy getting ready for Christmas Eve so we will be driving Santa around in our fire truck. We will be driving Santa through Flagtown and the surrounding area starting at 8 am. Please come outside to meet Santa when you see our truck coming and you hear the Christmas music and the siren. Ho Ho Ho! Merry Christmas!
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