Tag: “The Valley”

Sep 21

Training Continues in Buchanan Valley

Buchanan Valley FD Volunteers finished up the Pump Operations 2 series this past weekend, with multiple scenarios of pumping, drafting, attach lines, big lines. Several firefighters from neighboring departments also attended this class. Last Night (Wednesday) for the monthly drill night, Adams County Hazmat Coordinator (Kim) brought the Mass Decon Tent to “The Valley” so our firefighter could become familiar with the setup and operations. We are not big on stealing quotes from others, but “Let no man’s ghost return to say his training let him down” !  

Sep 16

Fill in for Biglerville Fall Fest

This evening Rescue Engine 27 with a crew of 6 is handling calls for the Biglerville Hose & Truck Company while their members work the Fall Fest. Looking for something to do ? Stop in an visit ! They have rides, games and food. 

Sep 12

Share our Invitation for our Neighbors, Friends & Community


Sep 10

Meat Raffle this Friday

This Friday (Sept 15th), is our first Meat Raffle after a Summer break.  Doors open at 5, Free Meal at 6 and the Raffle starts at 7.  There are no pre-purchased tickets required to attend this event.  All meat prizes come from Steely Meats of Fayetteville.  The meal for Friday is:  Broasted Chicken, Fresh Cut Fries, Homemade Macaroni and Cheese, Dessert and Refreshments.  Come out and enjoy a Family Oriented Night with your family and neighbors.  Call 717-677-9234 with any questions.

Aug 21

Buchanan Valley FD kicks off the 2017 Fund Drive

Aug 20

Rural Water Supply Class Practical

Buchanan Valley FD hosted a Rural Water Supply class which is wrapping up today with the Practical evolutions. Volunteers from BVFD and neighboring departments attended the 16 hours training class. Today with the support of Arendtsville FC (Reserve Tower 5), Biglerville Hose Co (Tanker 6), Cashtown FC (Tanker 4), Heidlersburg FC (Engine 25-2) and Mont Alto FC (FL Tanker 5), Students setup a Water Supply station and Tanker Shuttle operation. One of the biggest challenges in rural fireground operations is Water Supply. We appreciate the support from our neighboring mutual aid partners helping us train to overcome those challenges !

Aug 16

Solar Panel Training Tonight

As a reminder, Tonight (Wednesday) is the Solar Panel Awareness for Firefighting Class at BVFD.  Class starts at 1800 hours.  This is a BUCK’s Certified Class.  There is no need to pre-register, just show up ready to learn.  Contact Chief Spielman with any questions