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2016 Run Stats

Jan. 37
Feb. 26
Mar. 28
Apr. 22
May 35
June 27
July 39
Aug. 19
Sept. 23
Oct. 32
Nov. 0
Dec. 0
Total 288


2015 Run Stats

Jan. 38
Feb. 36
Mar. 32
Apr. 17
May 30
June 23
July 18
Aug. 15
Sept. 28
Oct. 28
Nov. 16
Dec. 19
Total 300


Past Run Stats

2014 313
2013 223
2012 251
2011 304
2010 231
2009 262
2008 296
2007 260
2006 209
2005 251







Fire Prevention Week 2016

This year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Don’t Wait – Check the Date! Replace Smoke Alarms Every 10 Years,” represents the final year of our three-year effort to educate the public about basic but essential elements of smoke alarm safety.
Why focus on smoke alarms three years in a row? Because NFPA’s survey data shows that the public has many misconceptions about smoke alarms, which may put them at increased risk in the event of a home fire. For example, only a small percentage of people know how old their smoke alarms are, or how often they need to be replaced. Read more from NFPA Journal.

As a result of those and related findings, we’re addressing smoke alarm replacement this year with a focus on these key messages:

Smoke alarms should be replaced every 10 years.
Make sure you know how old all the smoke alarms are in your home.
To find out how old a smoke alarm is, look at the date of manufacture on the back of the alarm; the alarm should be replaced 10 years from that date.


P.J. Whelihan's Dine and Donate

Wednesday December 28, 2016 at 11:00 AM to Midnight at P.J. Whelihan's Pub & Restaurant (Bethlehem), 3395 High Point Blvd, Bethlehem, PA 18017 15% of all sales including takeout will be donated back to the FD. Just mention you are there to support the East Allen Twp. Vol. Fire Dept.


Pet Oxygen Masks

Monday August 15, 2016 - Dr. Denae Ervin and Dr. Gene Witiak of HanoverView Animal Hospital provided three sets of different size oxygen masks for use in emergencise involving pets. Members of the fire department were also shown how to best apply the masks and supplimental oxygen, as well as CPR techniques. We are grateful for this donation and also with to thank Lehigh Valley Invisible Fence for helping to underwrite this effort. See link http://hanoverviewanimalhospital.com

We also wish to thank Keleigh Gibbs and members of WFMZ News for covering this event. See link www.wfmz.com


Farewell to Robert (Bob) Davis

Tuesday July 5, 2016 - Our members are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of Robert (Bob) Davis. For many years Bob was the President and Director of the Northampton County Fire School. Besides being a teacher and mentor to the fire service, he was a personal friend to many of us. RIP Bob.


Code 3 for a Cure Foundation

Firefighters United Against Cancer

As Firefighters we know and understand that we face a greater risk of cancer. As a Fire Department we know and understand all too well the pain and suffering cancer brings. Six years ago we said goodbye to two esteemed members who lost their battle with cancer. Since that time we have partnered with the Code 3 For a Cure Foundation — an organization that helps firefighters who are battling cancer, and also brings attention to the issue of firefighter cancer. Please visit their website, and consider supporting their mission. Code 3 for a Cure Foundation




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