Community Day Fun

Thank you to everyone who came out to visit w/ the Washies during this years Community Day.  We had a great time meeting everyone.  Click the link below to see some of the photos taken that day…..

Community Day 2017

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Washies Hoping To Keep Consolidation Moving Forward

Below is a link to the recent Cumberlink (Sentinel) article regarding the current status of the Fire Company consolidation in Mechanicsburg….


 Mechanicsburg Fire Companies Consilidation

Also, posted below is the letter that was read to the Mechanicsburg Borough Council members this past week stating the Washies’ wishes to keep the consolidation process moving forward….

Letter To Borough Council

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Gun Raffle Winners List

Below is a link to the list of winning ticket numbers for the 2017 Gun Raffle.  We apologize in the delay for getting this posted.  The members of the Washington Fire Co. No. 1 of Mechanicsburg and the Union Fire Co. No. 1 of Carlisle thank you for your continued support…..

Gun Raffle Winners List

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Car Fire In A Garage in Upper Allen Township

On Wednesday, July 20th at 7:25 pm, E128 with a full crew of 8 was dispatched to Upper Allen Twp for a report of a car on fire inside an attached garage.  Crews arrived to find the vehicle burning inside the garage and the fire beginning to extend into the rest of the residence.  Shortly after, at 7:42 pm,  Truck 28 was dispatched as the call was upgraded to a house fire and went 2nd alarm.

Above photos from Upper Allen Fire Department Facebook

Additional photos can be seen at The Washies Facebook page….

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Gun Raffle Is Near

The Gun Raffle is fast approaching.  It will be held at the Carlisle Fairgrounds on Saturday, July 29th beginning at 12 Noon.  Tickets are still available.  The purchase of a ticket includes food and beverage, served from 12 – 6 on the day of the event.  Doors open at Noon.  The Prize List includes:

  • 54 Guns
  • 2 Crossbows
  • 4 Four-wheelers
  • 1 Bad Boy Buggy
  • 2 Hunting Trips
  • $12,500 Cash Grand Prize  ($25,000 Total Cash Prizes)


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Jubilee Day Food & Games

Make sure to stop by and visit the Washies on Jubilee Day for food and small games of chance.  We are located at 53 E. Main Street, 1/2 a block east of the square.  We will be selling T-shirts, Gun Raffle tickets, small games of chance, and, of course, have a full menu available w/ inside seating.  Bring the kids to see the firetrucks.  We look forward to seeing everyone.

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Washies Members Assist With Operation Wildcat

4 members of the Washies assisted with Operation Wildcat by delivering items to a family within the District this evening.  Thank you to FF Chris Fenicle, Lt. Chris Bixler, FF Nick Bixler and FF Savannah Toddes.  They even made a donation pickup on the way back to the station.

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Next Chicken BBQ Coming Up on 5/13

We hope to see everyone for our next Chicken BBQ of the year on Saturday, May 13th.  We will be at Palmer’s Automotive, 699 E. Simpson St. (next to Dairy Queen).  Serving will begin at aprox. 11:00 am.  Dinners include 1/2 chicken, baked potato, applesauce, roll w/ butter, bottle of water.  Please come support your local volunteers and pick-up some delicious BBQ chicken for lunch and/or dinner.

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4 Members Pass Firefighter I Certification Testing

The men and women of the Washington Fire Co. would like to congratulate Captain Koni Hench, Lieutenant Chris Bixler, Firefighter Cole Wertz, and Firefighter Elisabeth Neff for successfully completing their Firefighter I Certification Course.  This course consists of both a written test and a practical evaluation.  As always, nice work!!!

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Kitchen Fire Quickly Extinguished

4/17/17 – 16:15   Crews from the Downtown Station, as well from Companies 27 (Citizen’s), 23 (Upper Allen), and 30 (Hampden) went to work on a small kitchen fire in the borough. The engine crew pulled 1 hand line, quickly put out the fire, then checked for extension as the other crews assisted with ventilation.  Borough units were placed back into service by 17:55.  Great work by all!  Thanks to mutual aid crews and to Glen Hostetler for the pictures! 

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