Month
 
Fire
Ems
Jan
8
34
Feb
14
36
Mar
4
28
Apr
15
28
May
14
44
Jun
8
44
Jul
10
40
Aug
14
38
Sep
10
26
Oct
11
38
Nov
Dec
Total
109
356

Year
Fire
Ems
2015
180
468
2016
207
563
2017
218
536
2018
207
588
2019
142
505
Upcoming Events
0000-00-00 00:00:00 2020 CHICKEN BBQ DATES
0000-00-00 00:00:00 PLAYING BINGO EVERY TUESDAY AFTERNOON & SUNDAY EVENING



 

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Happy Thanksgiving to all!

I. Want. Thank. The. Pleasant. Hall fire. 4. Cleaning. My. Chimmey

HappyThanksgiving!!

Happy thanksgiving to all of you

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Congratulations to members Shawn Buhrman and his wife Kelli on the birth of their daughter Nova Renee. Nova was welcomed into the world today at 10:52 weighing 7lbs 1 oz. Both mom and baby are doing well! Welcome to our Pleasant Hall family Nova. ... See moreSee less

Congratulations to members Shawn Buhrman and his wife Kelli on the birth of their daughter Nova Renee. Nova was welcomed into the world today at 10:52 weighing 7lbs 1 oz. Both mom and baby are doing well! Welcome to our Pleasant Hall family Nova.

 

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Congratulations (beautiful baby)

One happy smiling child. Congrats.

Congratulations!

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Congratulations!

Congratulations !!

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Congratulations!!!

Aww so adorable congratulations

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Congratulations for to mom and dad

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Congratulations 🎉👶🍼💖

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Congratulations To you Both and Wow What a Smile Nova Has on her Cute little Face

Congratulations

Congratulations!!

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Smith's BBQ ChickenThe last Chicken BBQ of the season! 🐓🐓🐓Sunday Nov 22 at Pleasant Hall Fire Co. rt 997 north of Chambersburg starting at 11 Fresh homemade pies as always!! 🍑🍓🥥🍎🍒get your Thanksgiving dessert !! ... See moreSee less

 

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How much are the pies

Smith Chicken BBQ this Sunday November 22nd! This will be our last Chicken BBQ for the year and we would love to make this a sell out event. BBQ will be drive thru style at PHVFC starting at 11:00AM. Delicious homemade pies will be avaliable for purchase along with the chicken. Let’s make this final chicken bbq for the year the most successful one in yet, see you there! ... See moreSee less

Smith Chicken BBQ this Sunday November 22nd! This will be our last Chicken BBQ for the year and we would love to make this a sell out event. BBQ will be drive thru style at PHVFC starting at 11:00AM. Delicious homemade pies will be avaliable for purchase along with the chicken. Let’s make this final chicken bbq for the year the most successful one in yet, see you there!

 

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Holli Chilson

YES!!! See you all then

Please feel free to join a FB group I started for sharing Fundraiser's and Events. In the times we are in today we all need to work together and help share each other's Fundraiser's and Events. www.facebook.com/groups/896951694168108/?ref=share

Mini Gun Raffle Number 14. Winning Ticket #49 Winner will be contacted via phone. ... See moreSee less

Mini Gun Raffle Number 13. Winning Ticket #46. Winner will be contacted via phone. ... See moreSee less

Pleasant Hall Volunteer Fire CompanyStop by PHVFC Halloween evening, members will be on station handing out goodies and giving tours 👻 🎃 ... See moreSee less

Consumers will turn their clocks back one hour when Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, November 1, 2020 at 2:00 a.m. As you set the new time, the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) reminds you that now is the perfect time to check and change the batteries in smoke and carbon monoxide (CO) alarms.
“Early warning is crucial to getting out of a house fire alive and for surviving CO poisoning,” said CPSC Acting Chairman Robert Adler. “I encourage everyone to check and change the batteries in their smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. Doing this can save you and your family in a fire or CO emergency.”

Why is this important?

CPSC estimates that in 2016, there were nearly 352,000 residential structure fires, resulting in about 2,410 deaths, 10,370 injuries, and $6.36 billion in property damage.
According to the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA,) in 2018, a home fire occurs at the rate of one every 87 seconds. From 2012-2016, the NFPA estimated that almost three of every five home fire deaths resulted from fires in homes with no working smoke alarms.
In addition, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimate more than 400 people die in the United States every year from CO poisoning.

What should you do to protect your family?

Check …change …practice. It’s that simple. Check your alarms monthly. Change the batteries yearly. Practice a fire escape plan.

A smoke alarm should be on every level of your home, inside each bedroom, and outside sleeping areas. CO alarms should also be placed on every level of your home, and outside sleeping areas. Batteries should be replaced in alarms, unless the alarms have sealed 10-year batteries. Replace your smoke alarms if they are more than 10 years old.

When you “change the time,” take the time to ensure your alarms for smoke and carbon monoxide are working.
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Hate the fall time change

Today members from PHVFC did hands on training with teachers and staff members from Grandview Elementary on how to properly use a fire extinguisher in the event of a fire. ... See moreSee less

Today members from PHVFC did hands on training with teachers and staff members from Grandview Elementary on how to properly use a fire extinguisher in the event of a fire.

Happy First Responders Day! Today we recognize the heroic men and women who make it their business to take immediate action when disaster strikes. Whether you’ve had your own emergency or not, it’s not hard to understand and appreciate the dangerous and difficult work first responders do. Thank you to all first responders! ... See moreSee less

Happy First Responders Day! Today we recognize the heroic men and women who make it their business to take immediate action when disaster strikes. Whether you’ve had your own emergency or not, it’s not hard to understand and appreciate the dangerous and difficult work first responders do. Thank you to all first responders!

 

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THANK YOU!!! You are greatly appreciated!!

Thank you all for what you do.

Thank you 1st responders for everything you do.

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