Tom has an extensive history in the fire service, many years on HBF Squad 8, retired Deputy Chief of HBF, Carlisle Career Chief, and served on the USAR team at NYC during 911 along with many other deployments
He has been a member at Palmyra for over 6 years now and to say he has contributed a great deal would be an vast understatement.
A true asset to our department and community, thanks Chief, and happy birthday!
Congratulations to FF Alex Gerhart who has completed the necessary steps to obtain his SCBA qualification after obtaining his interior class. He will work as an orange front with his SCBA cert till he obtains his Engine front in the next 6 months. FF Gerhart had to complete a written and a practical test to obtain this level. Good work. ... See moreSee less
Help us find HUGO. Hugo is a Shitzui/Yorki mix, wearing a black harness. He is less then a year old and very timid. If you see him please dont chase him as he will keep running. Please Call Kristin Dietrich Catalani @717-926-1973 or Lori @717-269-4255. ... See moreSee less
UPDATE FOUND- Post from his family. Hugo is reunited with his family. They are overjoyed. He was found by a wonderful young couple on Bachmansville Rd. Hershey. We want to thank everyone for all their hard work in the search for this sweet boy. He’s going home as I type this message.
The Wagon, Engine, and Tower along with Company 2 will be having a parade through town tonight celebrating Palmyra High Schools Volleyball District Championship win! Congratulations! ... See moreSee less
Recently Commissioner Solobay was approached by some firefighters and asked why the Pa Fire Service does not have a dedicated flag like EMS and the Department of Health. The red flag with gold maltese cross is so generic, and while we do not want to take away from the memorial flag for line of duty deaths, or the fact that most fire departments have their own flag or banner, it would be nice for Pennsylvania to have a State Fire Service Flag. We are reaching out to all of you for your input. Please click on the below link to participate in a survey on which style you prefer and provide feedback.
Deadline is November 20th
Kidde has issued a recall of almost 38 million fire extinguishers for failure to discharge and nozzle detachment. This recall involves two styles of Kidde fire extinguishers: plastic handle fire extinguishers and push-button Pindicator fire extinguishers. The recall includes 134 models of Kidde fire...