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Monthly Archives: February 2017

Pancake Day – Saturday March 18th

All you can eat- $5 advance- $6 Door

New! Advanced ticket sales at the Shewell Ave. firehouse!

March 15th, from 5-8 PM! Advance sales end at Midnight, 3/15

Tickets are available at the following businesses in Doylestown-

Aunt Judy’s Family Restaurant
Rutherford’s Camera Shop
Paul B Moyer & Sons Inc
Bagel Barrel
Nats Pizza
Nuts Plus
First Trust Bank, 288 S Main St

Quick response limits damage

Firefighters Justin Hane and Ray Bosche advance a line into the heavily involved room.

The fire company was dispatched for a building fire to 625 North Main St in Doylestown Borough for a fire at the Main Street Inn. En route, Bucks County Fire Radio reported that police were on scene reporting heavy fire from a 1st floor room. Battalion 19, Jim Shepard, arrived on scene and reported a working fire. Engine 19, with the sleep-in duty crew, arrived and quickly stretched a hand line and knocked down the fire. There was damage to both floors of the motel. One firefighter was treated and released for minor burns. Central Bucks Regional Police and the Bucks County Fire Marshals office are investigating the cause of the fire.

Line is pulled from Engine 19 as Battalion 79 Will Fluck sizes up the attack.

Firefighter Justin Hane prepares to attack the blaze.

Firefighters Tommy Kirk and Justin Hane get water on the fire.

Our new flag will fly thanks to Discover Doylestown

The new flag is presented to Chief Sam Cramer, Jr. (l) and president Jay Fetterolf (r) by Discover Doylestown board members (from 2nd left) Jim Weisser, Ron Martin, Krisy Paredes, Rose Yaun and Colette Hearn .

Thanks to the generosity of our community partners Discover Doylestown, the fire company has a new large display flag. For many years, Ladder 79 has flown the colors at the Doylestown 5k, and has become an iconic part of the annual Memorial Day weekend race.  The fire company flies the flag for many area events, and to honor our fallen. We look forward to flying it this Memorial Day weekend for the 25th anniversary of the Doylestown 5K!