Mar 07

Thirty-One Bingo Scheduled for March 19

Thirty-One Bingo

March 19, 2017
At
Monroe Fire Company
1225 Peffer Rd, Mechanicsburg, PA

Doors open at 12:00 pm
Bingo starts at 1:30 pm
27 prizes for $22 (6 cards/22 games) Additional Available
Light Lunch Included – Smoke Free
Raffles – Door Prizes – Small Games of Chance
No one under 14 admitted -No Checks Accepted
For more information – Call Donna March 258-5397
or Mitzie Heckert at 691-8320 (day of the event 258-3458 option 6)
basketbingo@monroefire.net

Call ahead and get $2.00 off at the door.

For more information, click here

Feb 28

Monroe Fire Co. Responds to Monaghan Barn Fire

 

Barn fire in Monaghan Township, York County.  Photo by Curt Werner.

Barn fire in Monaghan Township, York County. Photo by Curt Werner.

Feb. 26 – Monroe Fire Company responded on a mutual aid assignment to a barn fire in the 100 block of Meadow Trail in Monaghan Township, York County. Engine 125 and Tanker 25 responded at approx 10:43 and cleared the scene at 1:30 AM. Special thanks to E239 (North Middleton Township FD), which transferred to cover the station. 

Monroe crews were alerted to another structure fire response at 3:50 AM, this one in Carroll Township, York County; however, were placed available en route at 4:00 AM

For a photo galley, contributed by Curt Werner, click here.

Feb 14

2017 Monroe Fire Company Officers Announced

2017 Administrative Officers

  • President – Mark Farrell
  • Vice President – Jon Kugler
  • Treasurer – Donna March
  • Secretary – Cam Baish
  • Ass’t Secretary – Jonathan Anschutz

2017 Operations Officers

  • Fire Chief – David A. Heckert
  • Deputy Chief – Mark Farrell
  • Assistant Chief – Clint Murphy
  • Captain – Eric Radabaugh
  • Lieutenant – Rob Snyder
  • Fire Police Captain – Gene Woodward
  • Fire Police Lieutenant – Jeremy Zeigler

Feb 06

CA$H BINGO – February 26, 2017

Monroe Fire Company will hold a Cash Bingo event on Sunday February 26.  

Doors open at noon with bingo following at 1:30 PM.

For more information, click on the flyer below:

Jan 15

Thirty-One Bingo: January 29, 2017

Thirty-One Bingo

January 29, 2017
At

Monroe Fire Company

1225 Peffer Rd, Mechanicsburg

Doors open at 12:00 pm

Bingo starts at 1:30 pm

27 prizes for $22 (6 faces/22 games) Additional Available

Light Lunch Included – Smoke Free

Raffles – Door Prizes – Small Games of Chance

No one under 14 admitted -No Checks Accepted

For more information click here.

Nov 29

Santa to Visit Monroe Township

Schedule for Santa Visits the Township - 2016.

Schedule for Santa Visits the Township – 2016. (click to enlarge).

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 schedule.

Monday, December 12

Time

Neighborhood

Location

6:00 PM

Lisburn Meadows

Lisburn & Meadow

6:30 PM

White Rock Acres

Kuhn & Deer

7:00 PM

Monroe Township Building

1220 Boiling Springs Road

Tuesday, December 13

Time

Neighborhood

Location

6:00 PM

Brandtsville

Miller & Greenfield Drive

6:20 PM

Williams Grove Mobile Home Park

Playground

6:40

Monroe Acres

Fairway & Westview

7:00 PM

Trindle Station

Tamanini Way & Franklin RD

7:15 PM

Wertz Development

Wertz & Spring

7:30 PM

Rebert Acres

Hillside & Helen

7:45 PM

Kiner Blvd

Elicker Road

MONROE FIRE COMPANY WISHES EVERYONE A VERY SAFE, HAPPY & HEALTHY HOLIDAY SEASON!! 20121212-230320.jpg

Oct 20

Thirty-One Bingo – November 13th

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Monroe Fire Company will hold our next Basket Bingo event on Sunday, November 13th.  Doors open at noon with Bingo starting at 1:30.  Click the images below for more information.

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Jul 10

First Due Barn Fire

July 8 – At approximately 10:15 AM, Cumberland County Fire Headquarters transmitted a first-alarm barn fire assignment for the 1100 block of Brandt Road in Monroe Township.  Chief 125 (Farrell) was informed by Headquarters that they were receiving numerous calls reporting the fire.

Chief 125 arrived on scene first and observed farmers assisting with animal removal, as well as Cars and vehicles, cattle and a horse on the roadway. The barn was well involved from hay loft and a thermal column was visible for miles.

Engine 25 (E25) arrived next and pulled multiple lines to protect exposures and contain fire.

Tankers 25 and 33 (New Kingstown) dropped fold-a-tanks in front of E25 to establish water supply dump site. Fill sites were set up at pond (Lisburn and Boyer) as well as Konhaus Rd. and a tanker shuttle began from those sites to the dump site.

The fire was contained to original barn and all exposures were saved.


61,000 gallons of water was used to contain the fire and countless firefighters (more then 100) from the surrounding area (including neighboring counties) assisted.

Many thanks to all assisting companies including transfer from Perry 11 (Perdix), who was later called to scene, Cumberland County Company 17 (Enola #3), West Shore EMS, Rehabs from CO 100 and Adams 9 and Cumberland County Public Information Officer Megan Silverstrim.

Crews were on the scene about 7 hours total.

 

Apr 29

Monroe Fire Company Recruitment Video

Apr 25

Monroe Responds on Mutual Aid RV Fire

Photo by Curt Werner

Photo by Curt Werner

April 15 – Monroe Fire Company responded on a mutual aid assignment to a RV fire on Route 15 in Carroll Township, York County.

Engine 25 and Chief 125 (Farrell) arrived on scene first to find a well involved Class A Motor Home that was also towing a Jeep Wrangler. C125 assumed command and Engine 25’s crew place a hand line in service to extinguish the fire. While working on the initial fire attack, the motor home’s propane tank began to vent fire. Attack crews backed off and Tanker 25’s deck gun was placed in service to knock down the fire. Squad 23 (Upper Allen) arrived and placed a second hand line in service.

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Photo by Curt Werner

Engine 65 Franklintown & Community Fire Company) also assisted at the scene. As crews were performing overhaul, a vehicle accident was reported in the backlog that resulted from the fire. Squad 23, Engine 65, and EMS were diverted to the accident. Monroe’s crew completed overhaul of the original incident and turned the scene over to fire police and Carroll Township Police Department

Photo is courtesy of Curt Werner.  Check out our Facebook page for additional photos and a video.

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