Cherryhill Township Volunteer Fire Company

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Fire QRS Total
Jan 7 22 28
Feb 4 14 18
Mar 5 22 27
Apr 8 22 30
May 3 5 8
Total 27 85 111

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Welcome to Cherryhill Township Volunteer Fire Company

At the Cherryhill Township Volunteer Fire Company we recognize every individual has talents that can benefit the fire company and strengthen our community.  We offer a variety of memberships that enable our members to contribute to our cause and maintain their ability to meet family, work, and other personal obligations.

In addition to firefighting, we are involved in various community service projects and fundraising activities.  We have administrative tasks to complete, buildings that need maintained, computer databases that need updated, food that needs prepared for various functions. Whatever your talent, we can use your expertise to strengthen our organization.

To ease the stress some may feel about joining the fire company, we have assigned executive and fire officers to provide a no obligation orientation for citizens wanting to learn more about joining.

Are you interested in contributing your talents to the community through volunteerism with our organization?  To learn more about becoming a volunteer contact us or stop by the station and ask about becoming a volunteer.

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Chief Jody Rainey, April 16

The Cherryhill Township Fire Company hosted a record crowd of 101 kids for the 2022 Easter Egg Hunt. Despite the rain and wet conditions, children infant to 12 years of age braved the conditions to participate in the annual event. After the participants welcomed the Easter Bunny, who arrived on Engine 241, four divisions age 0-3, 4-6. 7-9, 10-12 hunted for eggs, received a bountiful Easter basket ... (Full Story & Photos)

Cherryhill Firefighters Inspect LDH Hose

Chief Jody Rainey, April 16

Inspecting and maintaining equipment is an essential responsibility of a firefighter. Every piece of equipment is vital to protecting the firefighter or aiding the firefighter in protecting life, property and the environment. Inspecting and maintaining equipment for a constant state of readiness is a time consuming, but a necessary and highly important task. On April 12, Cherryhill Township firefighters ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Jody Rainey, April 11

The Indiana County Fire Chiefs’ Association has selected Luke Rainey as a recipient of the 2022 Association’s Community Service Scholarship. Luke will receive a $500.00 scholarships to offset costs for post-secondary schooling.

Luke is a senior at Penns Manor High school and an active support member with the Cherryhill Township Volunteer Fire Company. Although Luke is not engaged in firefighting ... (Full Story & Photos)

Cherryhill Firefighters Train at Cambria County

Chief Jody Rainey, April 10

April 10, Cherryhill Township Driver-Operators John Oswalt and Bill Cochran successfully completed a 16-hour Pump I course at the annual Cambria County Fire School weekend. Pump I reviews basic concepts of pump operations and various considerations for the pump operator related to friction loss, basic pump operations, and securing a water supply. In addition, Jody Rainey successfully completed a course ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Chief Jody Rainey, April 06

The Cherryhill Township Fire Company recently assisted the Easter Bunny in preparation of the annual Kids Easter Egg Hunt. The hunt will be held rain or shine April 16 at the Cherryhill Township Municipal Building on Spaulding Road and start at 11:00 am. The Easter Bunny said, "all children Grade 6 and under are invited." In addition to the Easter Egg Hunt, the Easter Bunny will be there to meet ... (Full Story & Photos)

Cherryhill Engineers Practice Static Source Water Supply

Chief Jody Rainey, April 06

Monday April 4, Cherryhill Driver Operators Vinny Mutz, Dan Trimble, Denny Porter and Dave Wyne with assistance from Firefighter Ben Mutz practiced establishing a water supply for Engine 241 by drafting water from Yellow Creek Lake, a static water source, with Rescue-Engine 242. Firefighting in a rural area requires driver operators to be proficient in establishing and receiving water supply from ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Cherryhill Driver-Operators Provide Pump Operations for Structure Burn Session

Chief Jody Rainey, March 27

Cherryhill Driver-Operators Denny Porter, Dan Silvis, Dan Trimble, Bill Cochran and Jason Geneva assisted firefighters participating in a Structure Burn Session at the Indiana County Public Safety Training Academy on March 27. These Cherryhill firefighters practiced hydrant connections, pumping from static and pressurized water sources and gained valuable familiarity with the operations of Engine ... (Full Story & Photos)

Cherryhill Firefighters Complete Structure Burn Training

Chief Jody Rainey, March 27

Nine Cherryhill Firefighters completed a 16 hour Structure Burn course on March 27. The course covered a variety of strategies and tactics that can be deployed based on reading the existing fire conditions, knowing the flow path, the thermal layer balance and other concepts essential to extinguish a structure fire. Three evolutions involving a second story fire, a basement fire and a coordinated transition ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Penn Run, PA 15765
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