Lower Chichester Fire Department

Coach Bag Raffle!

Thursday, October 2, 2014  Raffle tickets are now on sale! Try your luck at winning one of two Coach bags! Tickets are $3.00 each or two for $5.00. Keep in mind we have TWO bags, so that means TWO chances to win! See a member or contact the fire station to buy your tickets before they sell out! Thank you in advance for your support!



Early Morning Car Fire

Thursday, November 6, 2014  At 07:41 this morning the company was dispatched to a vehicle fire in the 100 block of Jones Drive. Engine 39 arrived with 5 under the command of Chief Ryan Fuller to find the engine compartment involved. One line was placed in service and the fire was placed under control at 07:58. Pictures taken by Ryan & Brandon Fuller.



Asbestos Awareness

Monday, October 13, 2014  Firefighter’s are up against many risks, including but not limited to compromising their health while performing their duties serving the community. One of the major health risks they may encounter is coming in contact with asbestos, which may later cause health issues such as mesothelioma cancer. Below you can find a link dedicated to raising awareness and providing comprehensive asbestos and mesothelioma information. 




"Like" us on Facebook!

Wednesday, July 9, 2014  Be sure to "Like" us on Facebook for all the latest news and events!  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lower-Chichester-Volunteer-Fire-Department/176549072409891



2014 Appreciation Dinner

Saturday, April 26, 2014   On Saturday April 26th, 2014 members celebrated 99 years of service to Lower Chichester Township and the surrounding communities. 



2013 John T. Lamplugh Memorial Award

Saturday, April 26, 2014  Congratulations to Jeanine Porter & Robert Repine Jr. for being presented with the 2013 John T. Lamplugh Memorial Award!



2013 Top 10 Responders

Saturday, April 26, 2014   Congratulations to the top 10 responders for 2013. (386 calls) 
#1 - Fran Fuller III (272)
#2 - Michelle Hibbs (270)
#3 - Ryan Fuller (231)
#4 - Robert Repine Jr. (225)
#5 - Steve Castagna (182)
#6 - Brandon Fuller (167)
#7 - Robert Edwards (158 - Not pictured)
#8 - Tim Farraday (144)
#9 - Mike Ancone (143)
#10 - Trever Ruzat (133)



Designer Bag Bingo!

Sunday, March 23, 2014  Looking for a Coach, Vera Bradley, or Michael Kors Bag? You're in luck!

The Lower Chichester Volunteer Fire Department hopes to see you on Sunday, June 1st, as the members host their first designer bag bingo! Doors open at 12:00 pm and the first game will start at 1:00 pm.

The Cost is $30 a ticket, which includes 20 games of Bingo.

There will be a 50/50, Chinese auction, & more!

Refreshments will also be available for purchase!

All proceeds benefit the Lower Chichester Volunteer Fire Department.

For more information on how to purchase tickets please call Jeanine at 610-485-6839 or 484-614-7111.
Be sure to "Like" us on Facebook for updates on this event and more! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lower-Chichester-Volunteer-Fire-Department/176549072409891



April 2014 Lottery

Thursday, February 27, 2014  We are now selling tickets for the April 2014 Lottery! Tickets are $5.00 each. If your number matches the PA nightly daily number, you win the amount shown for that calendar day. You will have 30 chances to win! Tickets will be sold until they are sold out. To obtain tickets, see a member of the company or contact the station at (610) 485-6839. Good luck to all!

Be sure to "Like" us on Facebook for updates on the lottery! https://www.facebook.com/pages/Lower-Chichester-Volunteer-Fire-Department/176549072409891




Thursday, February 6, 2014  At 1438HRS, Companies 40, 55, 61, 39(Rescue), NCC 13(Truck), 66(Engine), and NCC 25(RIT) and Medic 100-C were dispatched to 3500 Greenwood Ave for a reported house fire. Moments after dispatch PD advised smoke showing from a single story residential structure. Upper Chi Car 1 arrived and confirmed the same. Rescue 39 made the response with 5. Engine 40 arrived, established a water supply, and stretched a line. Tower 61 arrived next and started ventilation. Rescue 39 arrived as the second due engine and stretched a back up line to division 1. Ladder 13 arrived next and assisted with opening up and performing a search of the structure. The rest of the assignment assisted with various jobs on the fireground. Two lines were stretched to knock the bulk of the fire in the basement and division 1, searches proved negative, truck companies opened up, and the fire was placed under control in 20 minutes. All companies operated under Command of Chief 55 (Small). Units on scene: Company 40, Engine/Brush 55, Twr 61, L13, Rescue/Engine 39, Rescue 25, Engine 66, 100-C, UC1, 1st/11th District fire police. Thanks to Engine 9(SHFC) for providing coverage



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