Mar 21

Vehicle Rescue Awareness Training

This past weekend, Volunteers from BVFD completed the last 16 hours of the newly released revised Vehicle Rescue Awareness Class.  Members from 5 Neighboring Departments also are taking this Class.  After a lengthily classroom portion, Members completed the hands on portion on Sunday.   BVFD is very pleased to announce that this is another FULL CLASS of students.  Thank You to Fairfield FC for bringing Rescue Engine 2 for the hands on portion.

 

Mar 20

Building Construction Series

This weekend is the next in our Building Construction Series of Trainings.  March 25 and 26 is the Fire Resistive & Non-Combustible-NFA Class.  Class starts at 0800.  We do have a few openings for this Class.  If your interested in taking this Class, please contact Chief Spielman to get your name on the roster, mspielma@innernet.net .  This Class is offered thru Bucks County Community College and is FREE.

Mar 18

Weekly RE27 Production Update

Mar 14

Meat Raffle This Friday

This Friday is our Monthly Meat Raffle.  Doors open at 5, Free Meal at 6 and the Raffle starts at 7.  This Months FREE MEAL is Broasted Chicken, Fried Fish, Homemade Macaroni and Cheese, Coleslaw, Desserts and Refreshments.  All meat Prizes are from Steeley Meats of Fayetteville.  This is the Meat Raffle you are hearing about from your friends, come out and see what its all about.  BVFD greatly appreciates the Support of Your Community Fire Department.  If you have any questions, please feel free to call 717-677-9234.

Mar 12

Good Bye Friend

Yesterday, Prior to the Presidential Gun Drawing, Our 1990 Pierce Arrow Engine was picked up by its new owners.   Buchanan Valley Volunteer Fire Department bought this piece from the City of Roselle in 2003.  From 2003-2008 we ran it as the Wagon (Engine Tanker 27).  After the purchase of the new Pierce Engine Tanker in 2008, the 1990 Pierce served as the Pumper (Engine 27) until last week.   This Engine served the Community excellent for 14 years.  Many of our Volunteers will greatly miss this Engine a lot.  BVFD would like to thank the Cheriton Volunteer Fire Company in Virginia for the purchasing our 1990 Pierce.  Volunteers from Cheriton drove it home yesterday and are busy today getting it ready to serve another rural Community.   The above picture was taken yesterday prior to leaving for Cheriton.  Pictures will be posted when received of its new lettering, and from what we heard, there will not be a lot of changes.  This Engine is being replaced with our new Rescue Engine that should be in “The Valley” the 2nd week of May.

Mar 11

Presidential Gun Drawing Results

Mar 10

RE27 update is all about the Pump

Mar 09

You Ask, BVFD Delivers

With how fast the April 1st Seafood Feast Sold Out, there were several requests of a 2nd April Seafood Feast.  BVFD has decided to have a second Seafood Feast in April.  April 15th will be the Special Seafood Feast.  Please call now to get your tickets for this Event.  In March we turned away over 300 people.  The April 15th Seafood Feast will also SELL OUT!  Call 717-677-0870 or 717-677-9234 to get tickets

Mar 07

Rescue Series Training is Full

The Upcoming Rescue Series Training’s are full.  If you have contacted Chief 27 you are on the Roster.

Mar 07

April Seafood Feast Already SOLD OUT

BVFD is pleased to announce that our April Seafood Feast has already SOLD OUT.  We have started a list for the May 6th Seafood Feast.  We would again like to Thank Everyone that attends our Fund Raisers!

Mar 06

Gun Drawing This Saturday

This Saturday is our Presidential Gun Drawing.  We still have a few tickets left.  Get yours before we SELL OUT!  Call 717-677-0870 or 717-677-9234.

Mar 05

Mutual Aid Shed Fire

This afternoon Engine 27 was dispatched on the Box Assignment to 1029 Brysonia-Wenksville Road (Box 5-7) in Menallen Township for a shed fire. Initial Units arrived with fire showing from a wood frame shed with an exposure issue. Crews pulled 2 lines to protect the house and extinguish the fire. E27 supplied Engine 5-1 and the crew assisted with hooking the roof and the large stack of fire wood.

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