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LFC Annual Clam Bake - September 6, 2015

Lionville Fire Company, September 06

Join us at the Lionville Fire Company, Labor Day weekend for a fun filled day of festivities and food.

Sunday September 6th 1-7pm

Tickets are available online.

Please support our event and become a sponsor.

$40 gets you 3 Dozen Clams, All you can eat corn on the cob, hamburgers, hot dogs, deli salads, Fred's Homemade Clam Chowder, Drinks - including beer.

$20 kids tickets do not include clams ... (Full Story & Photos)

2015 Annual Clam Bake Sponsor Acknowledgement

Lionville Fire Company, August 30

Our Annual Clam Bake is 1 week from today!
We would like to take a few moments to acknowledge our sponsors, as of today:

Hankin Group
Belfor Property Restoration
The Protection Bureau
Eagle Service Center
John Maloney Sprinklers
Bobby Fetters
Steve Senn
CSD Engineers
First Resource Bank
Frances Lauf
Hilton Garden Inn Exton/West Chester
Village Architecture & Preservation
Unlimited Technology, Inc
Ashley ... (Full Story)


The Passing of Phoenixville Deputy Chief, Brian Gallagher

Lionville Fire Company, August 28

This past Friday, August 28th, Chester County Fire Service lost another faithful servant, as Phoenixville Fire Department Deputy Chief, Brian Gallagher passed away suddenly and unexpectedly.

Brian was a long time firefighter in the county, starting with the Kimberton Fire Company in 1972, as a Junior Member, and joined the Phoenixville Fire Department in 1976. Brian was a fixture at Phoenixville ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Engine Delivered

Lionville Fire Company (189) , June 18

Thursday, June 18th

The Lionville Fire Company membership is proud to announce the delivery of our new Pierce Engine. Members received a quick orientation on the apparatus before beginning their training. Additionally, the group began laying out the hose bed.

LFC members will spend the upcoming weeks equipping and training on the Engine before placing it in service.... (Full Story & Photos)

Photo courtesy of Good Will Fire Company
Photo courtesy of Good Will Fire Company

Engine Assist to West Chester

Lionville Fire Company (189) , June 15

Monday, June 15th

Just before 10PM, The Lionville Fire Company was dispatched for Engine 47-2 to relocate to The Fame Fire Company (Station 53), while they operated on a two alarm fire in the Borough of West Chester.

At 10:56 command requested the third alarm, this added Engine 47-2 along with other mutual aid companies.

Engine 47-2 arrived, and crews assisted with fire suppression and overhaul. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Glen Moore Fire Company Parade

Lionville Fire Company (189) , June 14

Saturday, June 14th

The Lionville Fire Company attended Glen Moore Fire Company's 100th anniversary parade and celebration. Engine 47-2, Tower 47, and Rescue 47 along with many other mutual aid companies paraded around the Village of Glenmoore to celebrate their 100th anniversary.

After the parade, Lionville members assisted with housing Engine 48-5. Congratulations to our friends from Glen Moore! ... (Full Story & Photos)

New Engine Nears Completion

Lionville Fire Company (189), June 09

Below are some photos that were taken of Engine 47-1 on our recent visit to Pierce Manufacturing in Appleton, WI. Apparatus committee members completed the final inspection and delivery acceptance of Engine 47-1.

Engine 47-1 will leave Pierce Manufacturing early this week after some minor changes are made and will be delivered to Glick Fire Apparatus in Pennsylvania. Glick Fire Apparatus will perform ... (Full Story & Photos)

Late Afternoon Car Fire

Lionville Fire Company (189), May 31

May 31st

Shortly after 5PM, The Lionville Fire Company was dispatched to the area of Route 100 & 113 for a reported pickup truck on fire. Engine 47-2 and Engine 47-5 arrived on location with a pickup truck fully involved in flames, crews were able to quickly bring the fire under control.

Lionville Volunteers operated onscene for 40 minutes. ... (Full Story & Photos)

 

  


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