Tuesday, October 21, 2014
On October 19th the Ladies Auxiliary had the first Fall Fest fundraiser to benefit the fire company. Initiated by Lady Janie Boyle, venders of all kinds rented spaces, inside and outside, to sell their goods on a very chilly and windy Sunday morning. Everything from food trucks to jewelry to fall decorations were for sale,Lady Krisi Lavaique donated her talent to do face painting for the kids (and some adults) while Lady Lisa Parks and Firefighter Jeremy Leaver provided music for the day.A moonbounce was on location to also entertain the kids. The Ladies Auxiliary would like to thank all those who helped make yet another fundraiser a success!!
Rob "I'm going in there"
Sunday, October 19, 2014 8 AM
MILMONT FIRE CO. FALLFEST
OCTOBER 19, 2014 8AM TO 4PM
714 BELMONT AVE MILMONT PARK PA
Outdoor Flea Market & Indoor Vendors
Reserves your space now
by calling Janie @ 610-809-9924 or
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Flea Market: Outdoor space
Single $25.00 Double $40.00
*With your own table
Vendors: Indoors space
Single $30.00 with your own table
*Tables available for rent
* limited number available
*$10.00 per table 8 foot long
Saturday, October 11, 2014
Ambulance 49, staffed by EMS Lieutenant Nancy Sullivan and EMS Captain Amy Jackson, stood by for any medical emergencies for the 8th annual HEADstrong Collegiate Lacrosse Tournament held October 11th and 12th at Ridley High School, The two day tournament is a fundraiser for blood cancer founded by Nick Colleluori who succumbed to the disease in 2006.College lacrosse teams from the area and other states made the journey to participate in this worthy cause. Locally, the team from Newmann University in Aston Township was a great showing.There fortunately were not injuries.Further information on HEADstrong Foundation can be found at the link below or their Facebook page. www.headstrong.org
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Sunday, October 5, 2014
On October 5th the Milmont Fire Company held its annual fire prevention and open house day. There was free food, a smoke house from Collingdale Fire Company, and several local fire companies stopped by to display their equipment for kids of all ages to check out. Members Lisa Parks and Jeremy Leaver provided music for the days festivities.Long time supporters of the fire service District Attorney Jack Whelan and Representative Joe Hackett gave out awards from a fire prevention coloring contest that was held at Grace Park School earlier in the month.The Officers and members of the Milmont Fire Company, would like to thank all those who helped make the day fun for all those who attended.
Friday, September 26, 2014
After months of
planning by both the Milmont and Folsom Fire Companies, the Battle on the
Boulevard, benefitting Crozer Hospital burn center in Upland, was finally held
on September 20th. Thankfully the weather couldn’t have been better
for the six team double elimination tournament. Starting at
830am, the participating teams were Crozer EMS (in green), Woodlyn Fire Co.(in
Ansi Yellow), Bethel Fire Co. (in Pink), Tinicum Fire Co. (in Orange), Folsom
Fire Co.(in Lime Green), and of course Milmont Fire Co. (in Blue).
Members from both
the Folsom and Milmont Fire Companies included firefighters, EMTs, Ladies Auxiliary,
and general members all helped out with making and selling food, t-shirts, and
tickets for prizes with all proceeds going to the burn foundation.
Guests of the
tournament included Lori Markusfield from Crozer Hospital, Councilman David
White, Commissioner Sheri Zuppo, and Jack Whelen. Katherine Scott from Channel
6 ABC news also stopped by to say a few words. Dan Breeze and Chase Frost were honorary
Captains. As Chase was unable to attend this year, Dan threw out the first
Before the last
game was played, Taylor Urian sang the National Anthem to get things started.
The Ridley U8 Little League team was also honored for their Mid-Atlantic
Championship where they went 15-0 in three tournaments. They were handed their
plaques by Katherine Scott. DJ Steve Skalish provided entertaining commentary
and music for the championship game.
game came down to Tinicum winning over Bethel Fire Company.
Approximately $4200.00 was raised for The Nathan Speare Burn
Center at Crozer Hospital.
Along with the numerous monetary sponsorships from local
businesses, the committee would like to thanks those who participated that day
that was greatly appreciated:
Crozer EMS ParamedicsProspect Park Fire Company
Coca Cola Company
Herr’s Snack FoodsRoma DeliMichael's Sandwich ShopPhiladelphia Pretzel FactoryHome Depot
Ridley Township for the use of the field
Further pictures in gallery courtesy of Amy Jackson and Janie Boyle
The 2nd Battle On The Boulevard is quickly approaching. There is still time to be a sponsor with your company name listed on the back of the shirt that all the player will be wearing.Sponsorship start at $50. Any business interested in sponsorship or donating in anyway can call BETSY 6106337963 TEXT ME OR EMAIL ME AT firstname.lastname@example.org for more sponsor information."The Battle" will be played September 20th with games expected to start at 830am.
Thursday, July 3, 2014
The Milmont Fire Company Folsom Fire Companies will be sponsoring the 2nd annual Battle of the Boulevard Softball Tournament Saturday September 20th, 2014. This tournament benefits The Nathan Speare Regional Burn Center at Crozer. This year we are opening it up to local fire companies wishing to participate. If your company is interested in playing please contact Betsy Sullivan at 610-633-7963, station 49 at 610-532-3232 or leave a message on this web site.
Registration fee is to be post marked by July 15th, and rosters can be turned in no later than August 1st. Each player on the roster will need to be a member of their respective fire company by July 31,2014 and be on the roster in order to play. No changes in rosters after August 1st.
Teams will be assigned a t-shirt color that has foundation sponsors on the back and each player will be required to purchase that team shirt ($8-$10) in order to play. This is the tournament uniform. All proceeds go to the burn foundation.
Double eliminations, each game will go for 1 hour or 5 innings whichever comes first, 10 run rule, 6'-10' arc, co-eds teams are encouraged.
This is a fun game so we ask no "Ringers". The championship game will be 7 innings with no time limit.
Start time will be 8am at Father Nall Field next to Tom N Jerrys on W MacDade Boulevard and food and drinks will be available for purchase.
The Milmont Fire Company held its annual 4th of July parade celebration on Saturday June 28th. Due to the busy 4th of July schedule, the parade is held early so more people and community members can attend. Members of the motorcycle club Warrior Watch, Boy Scouts Club 43, 777 VFW Vets, local car club, and surrounding fire companies participated. Dave White and Jack Whelen also walked in the parade. Children decorated their bikes and received participation certificates. Back at the firehouse, members of the fire company passed out free hamburgers and hotdogs to everyone and set up a sprinkler off the engine 49-2. There was also a moonbounce for the kids among other activities. Special thanks to Betsy and Richard Sullivan for their hard work in getting this parade together and help the community of Milmont Park every year.A great time was held by all.
June 24th at 23:11 the company was dispatched to 902 W MacDade , the Italian Village restaurant Milmont Park, for a building fire. A resident was out when he noticed fire coming out of a vent in the kitchen area and called 911. Upon arrival, 49-9A (Volpone) advised incoming units of a working building fire in the kitchen of the restaurant. Fire was quickly extinguished limiting the damage. Companies checked for extension and were made available with in 45 minutes of the initial call. No one was injured during the call.
Sunday, June 29, 2014
On June 20th at 14:40hrs, the Milmont Fire Company assisted by companies 18 (Folsom), 67 (Woodlyn), and 8 (Prospect Park R.I.T.) was dispatched to 600 block of Willowbend for a range on fire in a single family dwelling. Upon arrival, 49-9A advised all incoming units of a stovetop grease fire. Tower, engine and ambulance 49 responded. On 49-9A arrival, the fire was under control but heavy smoke conditions throughout the home. Firefighters placed fans in service and checked for fire extension in in walls and ceiling around the area of the stove. No residents or firefighters were injured and company was in service for about an hour.
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