Month
 
Fire
Ems
Jan
128
Feb
104
Mar
105
Apr
92
May
105
Jun
93
Jul
Aug
Sep
Oct
Nov
Dec
Total
627

Year
Fire
Ems
2015
37
1,269
2014
123
1,030
2013
157
591
2012
225
2011
274

Upcoming Events
2016 Events Calendar

February 13 - Soups, Subs, and Pie Sale

March 26 - Easter Egg Hunt

April 26 - Election Day Bake Sale

April 30 - Soups and Subs Sale

July 30 - Soups and Subs Sale

October 1 - Spaghetti Supper 4-7PM

November 8 - Election Day Bake Sale

November 19 - Soups, Subs, and Pies Sale

Frozen Food Sale Every 2nd Thursday of the Month 5-7PM

To order pies and subs:

Call 838-4826 or 964-3009





5 days ago

Lawn Fire Company

PennLive.com
It was 13 years ago today that a F-3 tornado touched down in South Londonderry Twp. It left a path of destruction 7.5 miles long.
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3 weeks ago

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This would be a big help to us! Thanks to Ligonier Volunteer Hose Company #1 for the postIf you're out shopping this weekend for your big 4th of July blowout party pick up a couple extra cases of water or sports drinks and drop them off at your local fire department. The amazing protective equipment that your volunteers wear to keep us safe in fires can quickly cause us to overheat and become dehydrated in temperatures in the 70's and 80's let alone the extreme heat that is predicted for this weekend into next week.

If no one is there just leave it outside the door with a note it will be greatly appreciated!

Water or a couple bags of freeze pops. They are very inexpensive and provide some sugars and ice to cool us down. Think about that on your next shopping trip, your local Firefighters will be very grateful!

Thanks you for the constant support!
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This would be a big help to us! Thanks to Ligonier Volunteer Hose Company #1 for the post

 

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What a great idea.

I'll bring some Sunday to the breakfast

3 weeks ago

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28 JUN 2018 @ 5:00 AM EDT: Heavy rain fell overnight across eastern Dauphin county, northern Lebanon county, and southern Schuylkill county. Some locations received around four inches of rain from midnight through 3:30 AM.

The image below shows the effect that this heavy rain had on the Swatara Creek at Pine Grove, PA. The creek rose around 10 feet in just a few hours overnight. If you will be driving in these areas this morning, use caution as there may still be issues with water covering roadways or debris.
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3 weeks ago

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We are now officially moved in and operating out of the new station as of tonight!! ... See moreSee less

 

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Da Big House on The Hill.

4 weeks ago

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Fire Commissioner Daniel A. Nigro today announced the death of Chief of Fire Prevention Ronald R. Spadafora, a 40-year veteran of the Department who succumbed to World Trade Center-related cancer. Chief Spadafora, who was 63 years old, is the 178th member of the FDNY to die of WTC-related illnesses.

"Ron Spadafora was a consummate professional fire chief who bravely served our city for 40 years, and toiled for months at the World Trade Center site after September 11th, leading the Department's rescue and recovery efforts," said Fire Commissioner Nigro. "In his extraordinary career, he fought fires in all five boroughs, improved training for every FDNY member, and as the Chief of Fire Prevention for the last eight years, Ron's dedication and leadership led to greater safety and protection for millions of New Yorkers.”

Chief Spadafora began his career at Engine 237 in Brooklyn in 1978. He transferred to Squad 1 in 1979 and then to Ladder 105 in 1981. In 1984, he moved to Engine 219, where he was later promoted to Fire Marshal and worked at the Bureau of Fire Investigation, until he was promoted to Lieutenant in 1986. He spent three years at Battalion 33, where he was later promoted to Captain in 1989. After spending a year as a Captain in Division 15, he transferred to the Bureau of Fire Prevention in 1990. After three years, he moved to Ladder 150 in Queens, where he was promoted to Battalion Chief in 1996. After four years at Battalion 4 in lower Manhattan, he was promoted to Deputy Chief in 2000. Two years later, he was promoted to Deputy Assistant Chief and was appointed to Assistant Chief for the Bureau of Fire Prevention in July 2010.

Chief Spadafora served in numerous operational leadership capacities over the span of his career. He supervised the rescue and recovery efforts at the World Trade Center Site as a Deputy Chief and became the World Trade Center Chief of Safety for the entire recovery operation. In 2003, he oversaw the Logistics Section for the FDNY during the New York City Blackout. In 2005, he was the Deputy Incident Commander with the FDNY Incident Management Team (IMT) in New Orleans, tasked with assisting the New Orleans Fire Department in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. In October 2012, he served as Chief of Logistics for the preparation of Hurricane Sandy.

Chief Spadafora was a frequent contributor of WNYF Magazine, the official training publication of the FDNY. He has written numerous articles for WNYF, focused on fire operations, training, and safety. He also authored Sustainable Green Design and Firefighting: A Fire Chief’s Perspective in 2013.

He served as an Adjunct Lecturer for the Fire Science Undergraduate Program at John Jay College and for the Emergency and Disaster Management Graduate Program at Metropolitan College of New York. He holds a M.P.S. in Criminal Justice from Long Island University – C.W. Post Center, a B.S. in Fire Science from John Jay College, and a B.A. in Health Education from Queens College.

Funeral arrangements are pending.
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1 month ago

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#chromefathersday

1 month ago

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#grillmasters

 

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And they did a great job, everything was great 👍🏻

We had the grillmasters very busy!!

Another amazing Breakfast! Thanks for all you do and keep up the great work. Looking forward to next month already. :)

1 month ago

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Now just imagine how good this would taste if you were Celebrating Fathers Day at the Lawn Fire Company Biker Breakfast!! ... See moreSee less

Now just imagine how good this would taste if you were Celebrating Fathers Day at the Lawn Fire Company Biker Breakfast!!

 

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Yum

We did!

I did an it was great! Thank you all for putting the breakfast on!

Came out from Delaware for it.

Thanks for breakfast, it was good as usual

You forgot the French toast! Great turnout today. See you next month!

You need to serve up some bacon

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1 month ago

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Who is HUNGRY??? ... See moreSee less

Who is HUNGRY???

 

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Was yummy as usual! Thanks everyone for all your hard work!

1 month ago

Lawn Fire Company

A big “Thank you” to Heather and MISSION BBQ in Harrisburg who brought a small feast to the Police Department yesterday and fed the Officers lunch and supper. We sincerely appreciate their commitment to supporting all emergency responders and our military servicemen and women. (And their food is awesome!)
They are located at 5045 Jonestown Rd.
Thanks MISSION BBQ!
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