Wellsville Fire Company

Call Log
2/26 - Monaghan Twp. - Structure Fire

2017 Incidents
Jan 17
Feb 0
Mar 0
Apr 0
May 0
Jun 0
Jul 0
Aug 0
Sep 0
Oct 0
Nov 0
Dec 0
Total 17

Past Incidents
2016 234
2015 226
2014 173
2013 208
2012 160
2011 235
2010 184
2009 180
2008 192
2007 211
Total 2003

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Website Visitors
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September 11, 2012
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Visitors Today
Feb 27, 2017
295

Welcome to the official website of the Wellsville Fire Company,
York County Station 66

Hello and welcome to our new website. We hope you find the site informative and user friendly and that you will use it often. The Wellsville Fire Co., like a majority of the fire companies in Pennsylvania, is a Volunteer organization. We are blessed with a fine group of well trained volunteers who handle our emergency calls and a very dedicated and supportive auxiliary group. We are also extremely proud of the community volunteers who assist us in our various events to raise funds throughout the year. Those community volunteers are actually the back bone of the company because without them our active volunteers would not be able to respond to calls and also do all the extra work that these volunteers provide. Thanks for your support! We also receive support from our surrounding municipalities and have a very good working relationship with them.

We are always looking for those in the community that would like to get more active in either responding to emergency calls or with the auxiliary. The emergency call area would include fire, EMS (first aid) or fire police. The auxiliary provides support for the emergency personnel on large incidents and they also serve banquets and handle the preparation and serving of food at our events. If you are interested in becoming active in any of these areas please call 432-5428 and leave a message. Remember, we are volunteers so if you don't get a response from your message, please call back.

We are citizens of the community just like you. We pay taxes and certainly don't want them to increase. This is a vital service to the community and relies, other than some support from the municipalities, on our fund raisers and donations from the community. We don't even want to think about what this service would cost the tax payer if it were a paid service! Volunteers in a lot of organizations help control expenses in our municipalities and need our support. The men and women of this organization who are there for you 24 hours a day are dedicated and well trained. Your support in assisting with events and/or making a donation allows the company to pay for training, upkeep for the building and grounds and to maintain vehicles and equipment. A great deal of the training is required by law and takes a great deal of time on a yearly basis for the active members.

Check the Website, the newspaper and posters for our events and come out and support us. We have a very nice carnival the 3rd weekend in August and hope to see you there.

Thank you.

Members of the Wellsville Fire Co.

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Gun/Cash Raffle and Dinner scheduled for March 18, 2017

Member Stacy Shank, February 24

The doors open at 4:00 PM and the meal (pit beef, pulled pork, macaroni salad, coleslaw) served with the ticket will be served at 5:00 PM.  The tickets are $20 each and you must be 21 to enter.  

There are 21 guns as prizes, if you don't want the gun, there is a cash option.  All prizes on the ticket will be awarded.  Winners need not be present, all winners will be notified.

Tickets will be pulled ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Lucky Number Event - March 4, 2017

Member Stacy Shank, February 06

Wellsville Fire company will be hosting the Lucky Number Dinner and final drawing on March 4, 2017. Tickets may be purchased up to the week prior to the Dinner to be eligible for the final drawing. tickets cost $20 each. Dinner includes ½ BBQ chicken, steamed shrimp, macaroni salad, baked beans, and dessert. Raffles and other games of chance are available. Doors open at 4 pm, final drawing at ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Wear Red February 3rd to Raise Awareness of Women’s Heart Disease

Member Stacy Shank, January 30

Women across the country are encouraged to wear red on Friday, February 3, as part of the “Go Red for Women” campaign to raise awareness of women’s heart disease. Legislative efforts over the years have made the official designation in Pennsylvania as a way to remind women of the risks of heart disease.

Heart disease is the No. 1 killer of women each year, causing one in three deaths each year, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Ice Thickness Safety Chart

Member Stacy Shank, January 10

Remember, always be cautious. If you are unsure if the ice is safe, don’t take your chances.

Safe Ice Thickness Chart photo courtsey of Tom Wilkin


http://www.almanac.com/sites/default/files/d6/258_icethickness.jpg

It may also be a good idea to check with a local expert about ice safety. Bait shops or lakeside businesses may know about the ice conditions. Always be safe and don’t put yourself ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Happy New Year!

Member Stacy Shank, December 27

Wellsville Fire Company wants to wish everyone a happy and safe new year. Please remember don't drink and drive and always wear your seat belt.... (Full Story & Photos)

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