LACKAWAXEN TOWNSHIP FIRE DEPARTMENTS

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Lackawaxen Fire Dept: Station 31 --

Serving the Community since June 1936 

Lackawaxen Fire Dept. 2009 Officers, from the left, front row:
Diane Vandevelde Fire Police Captain;
George Ruppel Trustee; Rich Vandevelde Vice Pres.;
Tom Bouchery, Trustee; back row, Rich Krochta, Chief;
and Bob Cocchi, Pres.

Department Services:  Volunteer Fire Department and Fire Police

 fund Raisers to be announced.

 

Station 31 Board Members

President Bob Cocchi

 

Chief Richard Krochta

 

First  Asst. Chief Jim Johannson  

Treasurer Ben Solowitz

 

 

Station 31 Contact Information

Station #

Station Name

Non-Emergency

More Info

31

Lackawaxen

(570) 685-7330

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81

Forest

(570) 226-3491

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23

Greeley

(570) 685-7537

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27

Central

(570) 685-7344

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All Emergency Calls Should Be Directed To 911 

 

Central Volunteer Fire Dept.: Station 27

Serving the community for 50 years 

Central FD i sholding their regular April 
meeting at Lackawaxen Inn at 1230 p.m. on
April 25. Come and join us for Brunch for only $10.95.
$10.95 and learn what our Auxiliary is all about.
There are many different ways you can 
HELP in the community. One great
way to be part of the community and 
provide a community service is by joining
the Auxiliary. Tis commitment only requires
a small amount of your time.
Please R.S.V.P. by April 17th by
calling Bergit at (570) 685-1477

Volunteer
Fire Department
Fire Police

Central Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary (570) 685-7344 is located at Central Volunteer Fire Department in Bohemia on Westcolang Road.
 

Special Events: Central Volunteer Fire Department, 574 Westcolang Rd., Lackawaxen Twp.
DIRECTIONS: Take Route 590 East to Cuckoo’s Nest, turn on Township Road , the fire house is a quarter mile on the right.

THE CENTRAL VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPT.
2010 CALENDAR OF EVENTS

FISHERMEN’S FLEA MARKET 
SATURDAY, MARCH 20 at
9 a.m.

 ANNUAL GOLF OUTING
MONDAY, APRIL 26 
at 9 a.m.  

FLEA MARKET & BAKE SALE
SATURDAY, MAY  29  from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
 

BREAKFAST BUFFET/BAKE SALE
SUNDAY, JULY 8 from
8:30 a.m. thru 11:30 a.m.  

CASINO NIGHT
SATURDAY, Aug. 21 from
9 p.m. till midnight
(ADULTS ONLY)
 

 HARVEST FOOD BASKET BINGO
SUNDAY, OCT. 10

SPAGHETTI DINNER
SATURDAY, NOV. 13, Opens at
5 p.m.

BREAKFAST and PICTURES with SANTA
SATURDAY, DEC. 11

Central Volunteer Fire Department Auxiliary Station 27 - Westcolang Road  Lackawaxen Twp.
 

For a complete list of all area special events, check our Calendar Section

Station 27 Board Members:    Station 27 Officers

President: Harold Krieger

Chief: Vince Albanese

Vice President: Thomas Graham 1st Assistant Chief: Chuck Rosemergy
Treasurer: Fred Gelderman 2nd Assistant Chief Fred Gelderman

Secretary: Robert Beltramine

3rd Assistant Chief Thomas Graham

Trustees: 
Cathy Wargo, 
Donald James, 
Robert Engvaldsen

Lieutenant: Edward Rosikiewicz 
Truck Enginer: Ed Boyle
Equipment Engineer: Bob Beltramine
Fire Commissioner Member:: Fred Gelderman

   

Station 27's Auxiliary Board Members

President: Bergit Pinkston

Vice President: Annette Tussel  
Treasurer: Elsie Andersen   

Corresponding Secretary: Jane Olsen

 

Secretary: Kathy Krieger  

 

Forest Volunteer Fire Dept.: Station 81

See our website at  http://www.forestfirerescue.com/home/  

Mailing Address:
Forest Volunteer Fire Dept.
1129 Towpath Rd.
Hawley, PA 18428

Telephone: 570-226-3491    --  Fax: 570-226-5022

Email Addresses:
The Department - fvfd@forestfirerescue.com
Webmaster - webmaster@forestfirerescue.com
Chief of The Department - chief@forestfirerescue.com
1st Assistant Chief - 1asstchief@forestfirerescue.com
Captain - captain@forestfirerescue.com
Training Officer - training@forestfirerescue.com

 

Department Services

Volunteer
Fire Department
Fire Police

Special Events in 2010

Fund Raisers Join us for fun and family events

1)March 7: Cabin Fever at 1-6 p.m.

1a) As some of you may know and others do not, Cody is working
on his Senior Project for School. He decided he wanted to do a Benefit
Dinner and give all proceeds to the Shriners Children's Burn   Hospital in
Philly. The Shriners are 100% free to any & all walks of life no matter the
Childs family income . They even have volunteers that will drive the patient
from Scranton & further to Philly  and back again all for free . We as a
family are getting quite the lesson in what the Shriners do. We hope to see
you at this benefit and share the word with your friends & Family Plus bring
them along. If you need directions Here's the Address for the Fire House
1129 Towpath Rd Hawley Pa 18428 If you google that it should come up. Or
call me (570) 470-5276 Thank You again and hope to see everyone on the 15th
of May... Pat Russell.

  
(2) May 30: Flea Market & Chicken Bar-B-Q  - Flea Market OPENS 9 a.m.  - Chicken BBQ starts at 11 a.m.
 
(3)June 26 : Pig Roast  - starts about 4 p.m.
 
(4) Sept 5: Clam Bake - starts at 1 p.m.
 
(5)Nov. 26 Huge Gun Raffle - 
Doors open at 5 p.m. - $100 per ticket - 
limited number of tickets, so call
470-5276

For a complete list of all area special events, check our Calendar Section

 

Forest Volunteer Fire Dept. Station 81's Board Members

President: Pat Russell
VP : A.J. Manzione
Treasurer: Vito Manzione
Asst Treasurer: Buddy Tascone
Secretary: Judy Knapp
Chief: Wayne Rosengrant
1st Asst Chief: Tim Knapp
2nd Asst Chief Jim Knapp
Capt: Eric Doughty
Lt: Greg Sciglliano
Foreman: A. J. Manzione
Asst Foreman: Nick Marsh
Fire Police Capt: Rich Tumolo

Fund Raising Committee

Chairperson: Lynne Russell
Sec'y/Treasurer: Judy Knapp

 

 

 

 

Greeley Volunteer Fire Dept.  Station 23

 


Physical Address: 245  590, Greeley, PA 18425 
Station Phone: 570-685-7537
Mailing Address: P.O. Box 99, Greeley 18425

Department information is also
 on the Internet on Facebook 

Volunteer
Fire Department
Fire Police

Greeley Volunteer Fire Dept. Station 23 Board Members

President: Robert Breuer
VP : Ed Guratosky
Treasurer: Mert Rollins
Secretary: Jean Krause
Chief: Bob Schmidt
1st Asst Chief: Guy Cook
2nd Asst Chief: Mike Harnish
Capt: Billy McKinnell
Lt: Raymond Felmly
2nd Lt.: Dwight McCue
Fire Police Cpt: Wayne Robertson
Fire Police Lt.: Robert Breuer

Special Events

Bingo in January, February, and March on the second Saturday of the month. Doors open at 5 pm and Bingo starts at 7 p.m.
Bingo from April through November is on the 1st Friday of the month. Doors open at 5 pm and Bingo starts at 7 p.m.
Food and refreshments served. Call for details

2010 Calendar:
April 17: The Greeley Fire Dept. 15th Annual Spring Roast Beef Dinner-Dance at the Fire House at 245 Route 590. Tickets: Adults ($16) - Chidren under 12 ($8). Dinner is from 6-8 p.m.; Dancing from 8 until closing.

July 4th: Cicken BBQ from 1-5 p.m. at the Fire House.

August 7: Parade and Fireworks Celebration. Line up is at 2 p.m. Parade Route is from Greeley Shureway on Route 590 to the Fire House, featuring fire aparatus, dignitaries, floats, and marchers. The public is invited to participate. For those wanting to enter a float a float or vehicle or march as a group can contact Chief Bob Schmidt at (570) 493-2448.

Oct. 23: Annual Fall Roast Pork Dinner at the Fire House at 245 Route 590. Tickets: Adults ($16) - Chidren under 12 ($8). Dinner is from 6-8 p.m.; Dancing from 8 until closing.


History: Greeley Volunteer Fire & Rescue Celebrated their 50th Anniversary on Aug. 16, 2008 at the Firehouse on Route 434. Thanks to volunteers and all who attended and helped.

Community-minded folks, like these shown in this photo, saw the need to form a company. They organized to provide for the safety of family, friends, and neighbors. We're honoring that great tradition they started.


The following charter officers shown in this photo attended the first Greeley Fire Dept. meeting ever held: from the left, seated, Bob Eckert, Fritz Dellert and Milton McMann; standing, Ed Mettler, Artie Schmidt, Bill Hansult, Rene Dotter, and Frank E. White. We do not have a group photo of other charter members who were unable to attend that first meeting.

 Only one of the charter members in the photo is still with us, but two successive generations, children and grandchildren of charter members, continue to carry on the proud tradition of selfless service to the community started by the charter members. 

 Greeley Volunteer Fire & Rescue wish to thank all of their supporters and public who shared our historic celebration to honor the charter members. Activities  included: 

  • 50th Anniversary Parade through Greeley streets and roads.

  • Family Picnic at the Firehouse grounds on Route 434.

  • Handmade quilt raffle.

  • Food Stands.

  • Entertainment.

  • Games.

  • Fireworks display


 

Check our Calendar Section.

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