Penbrook Volunteer Fire Company

Citizens Fire Company #1

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Monday August 2nd, 2021
Citizens Fire Company #1 of Penbrook

National night out is this Tuesday August 3rd from 6-8. Borough Council and PD will be out walking around the borough for meet and greets. Our volunteers will be at the station and will have hotdogs chips and water for borough residents! ... See MoreSee Less

National night out is this Tuesday August 3rd from 6-8. Borough Council and PD will be out walking around the borough for meet and greets. Our volunteers will be at the station and will have hotdogs chips and water for borough residents!
Tuesday July 27th, 2021
Citizens Fire Company #1 of Penbrook

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Monday July 26th, 2021
Citizens Fire Company #1 of Penbrook

Several members are currently doing a final inspection on engine 301! Engine 301 is expected to be in the borough in 1-2 weeks! ... See MoreSee Less

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Really like this rig 👍🏻 One question with the lettering, why "Engine Co. 301"? Did the station number change? I've been out of the borough since I left for the Navy, so maybe I'm behind the times. Can't wait to see the finished product!

Congratulations.. Beautiful looking Engine 🚒

Sunday July 25th, 2021
Citizens Fire Company #1 of Penbrook

We have a few corn hole shirts left over from yesterday. If you would like one or a few, please email DC Murphy at murphysteven302@gmail.com for your order. ... See MoreSee Less

We have a few corn hole shirts left over from yesterday. If you would like one or a few, please email DC Murphy at murphysteven302@gmail.com for your order.Image attachment
Sunday July 25th, 2021
Citizens Fire Company #1 of Penbrook

Thank you to everyone that came out yesterday to support our 1st annual corn hole fundraiser and made this event a huge success! We hope you all had a blast! We are excited to announce that we will have another tournament next summer and are already planning to make this one a bigger event! We would like to take to take this time to thank SNS Cornhole for hosting this fundraiser for us and making this event successful! We hope to see you next year! We would like to take this time to thank our following sponsors and companies that donated to this event:

Keystone Tools & Supply
Bill Green & Mackenzie Blaney
Robertos Pizza Penbrook
Stephenson Equipment, Inc.
Paintless Dent Repair LLC
Don Jacobs Insurance
Dailey Funeral Home
Charlie & Emmit Brown
Derry Animal Hospital
Glick Fire Equipment Company
Dave's House Of Hair
Dave Deardorff
Gravino Joe Body & Paint Shop
Ray's Service Center
Twin Ponds
ABC East Lanes
Buckin’ Customs
Flemmings Sub Base
Sysco Food Services of Central Pennsylvania
Middleswarth BBQ chips

We would also like to take this time to thank Shiremanstown Fire Department for covering our 1st due while we attended this event! And to Steelton Pa Fire Department for the ice!

Last but not least, we would like to thank our dedicated members that put in countless hours in planning this event!
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You guys are very welcome ! Glad everyone had a great time. We are always here when you guys need us! Keep up the excellent work

Saturday July 24th, 2021
Citizens Fire Company #1 of Penbrook

Come out and support the Penbrook Fire Company. Even if you don't want to play Cornhole you can come get lunch and play some games of chance. We have beer, soda, burgers, hotdogs and ham sandwiches. We're selling 50/50 tickets and pull tabs. We also have some raffle items and T-shirts. ... See MoreSee Less

Come out and support the Penbrook Fire Company. Even if you dont want to play Cornhole you can come get lunch and play some games of chance. We have beer, soda, burgers, hotdogs and ham sandwiches. Were selling 50/50 tickets and pull tabs. We also have some raffle items and T-shirts.
Saturday July 24th, 2021
Citizens Fire Company #1 of Penbrook

It’s a great day for some cornhole. See you at 11! ... See MoreSee Less

It’s a great day for some cornhole. See you at 11!Image attachment
Friday July 23rd, 2021
Citizens Fire Company #1 of Penbrook

Members are busy on this beautiful Friday morning getting ready for our 1st cornhole tournament tomorrow! ... See MoreSee Less

Members are busy on this beautiful Friday morning getting ready for our 1st cornhole tournament tomorrow!Image attachment
Monday July 19th, 2021
Citizens Fire Company #1 of Penbrook

Engine 301 completed! Members will travel to Florida early next week for final inspection. After that, the engine is expected to be in the borough in 1-2 weeks after the inspection. The engine will be here for a few days and then will travel to Glick for tool and equipment mounting. For those that want pictures before the engine heads to Glick, please contact DC Murphy at murphysteven302@gmail.com for arrangements on photos. ... See MoreSee Less

Comment on Facebook

Where’s the current engine going?

Now that's a nice looking wagon! Good job #penbrookfire

Awesome looking rig!!!!!!

Jeremy Brubaker 😍

Nick Tyler

Greg Taylor

What's is the water tank / pump size?

Sweet baby Jesus that rig is beautiful

That looks fierce

Is this Penbrook Maine

Looks great. Congratulations.

Sweet. Love the black....congrats

Tyson Converse Chris Joseph

Beautiful!!!

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About Us

Citizens Fire Company #1 of Penbrook was organized on March 29, 1906. This organization came about from a group of public-spirited citizens, who at this time recognized the vital need for fire protection for Penbrook. The first equipment of the fire company were two hand drawn chemical wagons. These were housed in a barn as there were no fire houses available for apparatus. The fire company currently operates a 2004 American LaFrance engine and a 1996 Freightliner/Darley Air Unit.

Penbrook Borough is roughly a 1.5 square mile area that borders Harrisburg City and Susquehanna Township. Penbrook Fire Company averages between 200-400 calls a year with around 30 of them being confirmed working fires. Penbrook Fire relies on its dedicated volunteers to answer calls for help, attend fundraisers, station maintenance, and other public events. We are a 100% Volunteer organization that always accepts new applications for membership. The fire company also runs mutual aid to Harrisburg City, Susquehanna Township, Paxtang Borough, Swatara Township, Lower Paxton Township, South Hanover Township and East Hanover Township.

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