Po-Mar-Lin Fire Company

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We Need Your Pictures!

Lieutenant Daniel Deans, March 07

Po-Mar-Lin Fire Company is looking for you to send us your pictures that you may have of us or our apparatus. They can be images from a scene we were on, a parade or even just us out driving around! We would really appreciate any images you may have! Po-Mar-Lin is looking to add a section to our website to reflect and emphasize on our history. Please email us any images you may have to pictures@pomarlinfc.org ... (Full Story)


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Po-Mar-Lin Accepts Delivery of Brush 36

Junior Firefighter Jordan Marzolf, December 14

On the evening of November 14th, 2016, the members of Po-Mar-Lin Fire Company accepted the delivery of Brush 36. Brush 36 is a 2016 Ford F-550 two door Super cab 4x4 Firematic Rally B.R.A.T. 1000. Brush 36 is replacing the recently sold 1999 F-550 Tac 36. The members of Po-Mar-Lin were extremely excited to accept the new unit. With the addition of Brush 36, members of Po-Mar-Lin have begun numerous ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Halloween Safety Tips From the Members of Po-Mar-Lin

October 25

Halloween Safety Tips From the Members of Po-Mar-Lin

With Halloween just around the corner, children will soon be out in costume trekking through festive displays in search of candy. However, more than ghosts could be lurking among-st the mid-fall fun, as Halloween costumes and decorations present a number of hidden fire hazards. Fortunately, by following some simple safety precautions from the National ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chester County Firefighters Receive Half-a-Million Dollar Federal Grant for Radio Purchases

County of Chester Press Release, October 06

Twelve Chester County fire companies will soon be better equipped to operate on the Chester County Department of Emergency Services’ new voice radio system thanks to two Federal grant awards issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.

Lionville Fire Company acted as a host applicant for one grant application to benefit fire companies along the Main Line and eastern areas of the County, while ... (Full Story & Photos)

(From left to right, front row) Robert Kagel, Director, Chester County Department of Emergency Services; Chester County Commissioner Terence Farrell; County Commissioner Kathi Cozzone; Jack Law, West Bradford Fire Chief and Chester County Fire Chiefs Association; John Sly, John Sly Grant-writing; John Weer, Chester County Fire Marshal; B.J. Meadowcroft, Union Fire Company of Oxford; County Commissioner Michelle Kichline, Beau Crowding, Deputy Director of Fire Services, Chester County Department of Emergency Services; Congressman Ryan Costello; (from left to right, back row) Mike Holmes, Chief, Lionville Fire Company; Dave Jones, West Whiteland Fire Company; Ron Miller, President, Chester County Fire Police Association; and Steve Nuse, Chief, Po-Mar-Lin Fire Company.
(From left to right, front row) Robert Kagel, Director, Chester County Department of Emergency Services; Chester County Commissioner Terence Farrell; County Commissioner Kathi Cozzone; Jack Law, West Bradford Fire Chief and Chester County Fire Chiefs Association; John Sly, John Sly Grant-writing; John Weer, Chester County Fire Marshal; B.J. Meadowcroft, Union Fire Company of Oxford; County Commissioner Michelle Kichline, Beau Crowding, Deputy Director of Fire Services, Chester County Department of Emergency Services; Congressman Ryan Costello; (from left to right, back row) Mike Holmes, Chief, Lionville Fire Company; Dave Jones, West Whiteland Fire Company; Ron Miller, President, Chester County Fire Police Association; and Steve Nuse, Chief, Po-Mar-Lin Fire Company.

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Fire Prevention Week - October 9th - 15th

Trustee Jeff Groves, September 27

This year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Don’t Wait – Check the Date! Replace Smoke Alarms Every 10 Years.

•Smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years.
•Make sure you know how old all the smoke alarms are in your home.
•To find out how old a smoke alarm is, look at the date of manufacture on the back of the alarm; the alarm should be replaced 10 years from that date.
... (Full Story)


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