Monday, March 23, 2015
MILMONT FIRE COMPANY WILL BE HAVING COACH BAG BINGO ON SATURDAY MARCH 28, 2015.
$30.00 per person.
GROUPS OF 6 OR MORE RESERVE A TABLE.
Doors open at 5PM
6:30 EARLY BIRD SPECIAL.
FIRST GAME AT 7 PM
2- SPECIALS FOR COACH / OR OTHER DESIGNER BAG
GIFT BASKET RAFFLES
Your admission includes Bingo cards 6 per sheet , 1 sheet
per game 10 games. Extra sheets available for purchase. Purchase a book of extras for $20 INCLUDES 1 SHEET FOR EACH GAME WITH 3 CARDS TO A SHEET(DOES NOT INCLUDE SPECIALS)
Soda included in your admission.
We provide Coke, Diet Coke, Ginger Ale, Orange and Birch Beer
ALSO AVAILABLE WILL BE AT LEAST 3 GIFT BASKETS OF COACH PURSES AND OTHER COACH PRODUCT TO BUY RAFFLES ON
B Y O B AND FOOD B Y O F
(bring your own bottle and bring your own food)
A CHANCE TO WIN A COACH PURSE IN EACH GAME!!!
FOR TICKETS CONTACT BETSY SULLIVAN 6106337963 OR firstname.lastname@example.org
Friday, March 6, 2015
On March 6th , 2015, members of both Milmont Fire Company and Folsom Fire Company presented a check for $4000.00 to The Nathan Speare Burn Center at Crozer Hospital, exceeding last years donation. The money was raised last September 20th when the two companies got together hosting The 2nd annual Battle On The Boulevard softball tournament.
Deputy Chief Jay Volpone from Milmont Fire Company presented the check to Crozer Hospital representatives and channel 6ABC news presenting it for the 5 o'clock news.
Check back here for information on the 3rd annual Battle Tournament coming sometime in the fall.
This past week, the 49ers had the opportunity to get some hands on training through the help of Harper Properties. Along with company 49, Companies 08 (Prospect Park), 18 (Folsom), and 43 (Holmes), all drilled on ventilation, forcible entry, and other firefighting skills over the course of several days.
Thanks goes out to all those who came out to brave the cold and train.
Further pictures (Provided by Amy Jackson and Andy Kalesnik) can be found in our gallery.
Tuesday, February 3, 2015
Tuesday night members of station 49 took time to do some housekeeping and performed tool maintenance to make sure all trucks are ready for service.
Sunday, February 1, 2015
The Milmont Fire Company regrets the announcement of the passing of Life member, former Board Member , and Fire Policeman Raymond W. Donnelly, Sr.Ray. " Chief, " 68 of, Woodlyn, PA, formerly of Collingdale, PA, died Friday January 23, 2015, in Fair Acres, Lima, PA.Born in Philadelphia, PA, he was the beloved son of the late Edward and the late Emma (Fitzroy) Donnelly. Ray was a 50 year member of Collingdale Fire Co. #1. He was also a life member of Milmont Park Fire Co., PA State Fire Police and Delco Fire Police, which he was awarded Delco Fire Policeman of the year in 2011. Ray was also a member of Collingdale Seniors.For 35 years Ray worked in the Sanitation Dept. for the Collingdale Borough.Predeceased by his siblings, Elizabeth Anthony, Edward and John "Jack" Donnelly. Grandsons, William and Chrles Max Donnelly.Survived by his beloved wife, Marie(Hogan) Donnelly (also a member of the Milmont Fire Company); two sons, Raymond (Danielle) Donnelly Jr. and Charles Donnelly Sr.; daughter, Lisa (Justin, Sr.) Brown; sister, Carol Ann (Denis) Taylor; eight Grandchildren, Tiffany Donnelly, Timothy Donnelly, Raymond Donnelly III, Hailey Donnelly, Korina Brown, Justin Brown Jr., Alex Brown, Charles Donnelly Jr.Prayers go out to him and his family from all the Officers and Members of the fire company.
Thursday, January 1, 2015
MILMONT FIRE COMPANY BOARD OF DIRECTORS, OFFICERS AND MEMBERS WANT TO WISH EVERYONE A VERY HAPPY, HEALTHY NEW YEAR. WE WANT TO REMIND YOU TO NOT DRINK AND DRIVE. IF IN DOUBT CALL A CAB NEVER DRINK AND DRIVE. BE CAREFUL, BE SAFE AND HAPPY 2015.
Last Monday and a rainy Tuesday Santa visited the residents of Milmont Park. As he drove through, the volunteer fire company members gave out candy canes and Santa was available for pictures for the young and the old. THE MEMBERS AND OFFICERS WOULD LIKE TO WISH EVERYONE A SAFE AND HAPPY CHRISTMAS!!
Friday, December 5, 2014
Today at 9:36am the Milmont Fire Company was dispatched to a working single dwelling house fire .Police first on location reported all the occupants were out of the building but were unsure of the location of two dogs. Tower 49 responded and assisted with all hands working with bulk of the flames coming from the roof. Along with Milmont assisting the Folsom Fire Company were Fire Companies from Holmes, Norwood, Prospect Park, Eddystone, Sharon Hill, Woodyln and Medics Ridley 7 and 103A.The fire was listed under control by 1:46pm. Thanks to Vincent Gasbarro for the video link below.https://www.facebook.com/video.php?v=10152855033450536&set=vb.635480535&type=2&theater
Thursday, December 4, 2014
SANTA CLAUS WILL BE COMING TO TOWN on December 15th and 16th sometime around 6pm this year. Santa and the Elves will still giving out candy canes throughout the town of Milmont Park but, this year, look for posters on the polls that look like the picture on the right. He will be stopping at these locations for pictures and to give out candy canes to the residents.
December 15th Santa will be stopping on the North side of Milmont on such streets as Girard, Catherine, and Willowbend.
December 16th Santa will be stopping on the South side of Milmont on such streets as Reese, Belmont, and Haverford Roads.
So get your cameras ready and look for those signs!
Tuesday, December 2, 2014
On Tuesday December 2nd, Santa riding high in Tower 49's bucket down MacDade Blvd was escorted by all the Township Fire Companies to the Ridley Township Municipal Building for the annual tree lighting on the front lawn. The township provided hot chocolate as well as other goodies for all the residents and all the "Elves" from the township fire departments. The U.S. Marines were on hand to gather up donated toys for the Toy for Tots program. Santa was available in Garling Hall for pictures as well taking Christmas requests from the children. Each child was given a candy cane from on of Santa's special elves.
Thankfully the rain held out and everyone had a good time.
Anyone wishing to donate a new unwrapped toy, may drop them off to the Ridley Township Police Department lobby Toys-for-Tots bin.
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