2020 brings several changes to the officers of Monroe Fire Company. Changes this year include Jon McKinzie as Vice President of the Company; Christopher Wilkening as Deputy Fire Chief, and Heath Swab as Assistant Fire Chief.
A full list of company officers, both administrative and operational can be found here.
SCHEDULE CHANGE (12/8/2019)
Due to impending bad weather the next two days, we will be making some changes to Santa’a schedule. We feel this will be a better option for our township kids.
Monday we are asking Lisburn Meadows and White Rock Acres families to please visit the township building at 7 PM to see Santa. The Rec Board has a nice setup with snacks and music.
Tuesday’s schedule will be changed to Wednesday.
Please share with Monroe Township neighbors.
Once again, Santa will be arriving on the fire engine to visit the residents of Monroe Township. If your family has a message for Santa, please be at one of the designated areas at the specific time mentioned in the schedule.
Monroe Fire Company will hold the annual Easter Egg Hunt on Saturday, April 13th at the fire station located at 1225 Peffer Road, Mechanicsburg.
Registration begins at 10:00 AM and the hunt will follow at 11:00 AM.
The hunt is intended for children ages 0 – 10 years of age.
Lunch will follow at noon.
For more information, click on the flyer below.
It’s that time of year and Monroe Fire Company is proud to once again host Santa Claus and his friends as we escort him across the township to visit your families.
If you have a message for Santa, be at one of the designated areas at the specific time as indicated in the linked schedule.
July 19 – Monroe firefighters responded to a garage fire in the 800 block of Lisburn Road in South Middleton Township. The incident was dispatched at 7:40 AM.
Monroe responded with Engine 225 and Tanker 25 and remain on the scene until nearly 11:00 AM.
The fire occurred in a large, detached pole barn that was used to store several vehicles.
Because of the rural location of the fire, a number of tankers were used to shuttle water to the incident site.
In addition to battling the fire, crews had to battle high temperatures and oppressive humidity. A rehab unit Cumberland-Goodwill EMS (Carlisle) also responded.
Thanks to our transfer company and those who responded for all the assistance.
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