It’s Turkey Time!
Make sure to arrive early on Sunday, Nov. 9 for the annual fall turkey dinner at the Lisburn Community Fire Company. The meal begins at 11 a.m., and will last until we run out of the delicious home roasted turkey.
The meal comes with all the fixings, including stuffing and mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry sauce, corn, and all the coffee and tea you want. Homemade desserts round out the meal, with selections ranging from pumpkin to fruit pies to chocolate cakes.
One donation of $10, or $4.25 for children ages four to 10, gets you a hearty serving or two. Still hungry after clearing your plate twice? Please make an additional donation to enjoy a third helping.
So, come one, come all, but don’t come late. We’ve planned for another record-setting dinner, but we’ll certainly exhaust the turkey supply before 2 p.m.
See you on the 9th!
The Lisburn Community Fire Company is looking forward to seeing all the ghosts and goblins, princesses and witches, on Thursday, Oct. 30 when it assists the Lower Allen Fire Department with the annual Trick or Treat festivities.
Image courtesy of Westfield Fire Department. http://westfieldfire.com/2012/10/31/westfield-firefighters-go-trick-or-treating/
Firefighters and volunteers will help hand out pizza from the company’s engine and tanker at various locations in Lisburn and Lower Allen Township. The event will run from 6 to 8 p.m. on the 30th and include the following locations:
Additional information can be found on the Lower Allen Township website.
Work is underway on the new KME Mini Pumper, with delivery expected by the end of 2014.
To be built on a Ford F-550 4×4 chassis and l featuring a four-door crew cab, the Mini Pumper will sport a 500 gallon-per-minute Hale pump-and-roll pump. The truck will be able to knock down brush fires, respond to residential fires, or go wherever is needed in southern Lower Allen Township or surrounding communities.
KME has provided some early build photos. Check back soon for more updates.
On Sunday, October 12, 2014, Lisburn Community Fire Company will host a BBQ Chicken and Rib Dinner at 1800 Main Street, Lisburn. We will serve from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., and cost is $10 for adults. Children 4-10 years old eat for $4.25.
In addition to barbecue chicken and ribs we will serve baked potatoes, baked beans, cole slaw, rolls, drinks, and homemade desserts. Visit our display by Members in celebration of our 60th anniversary!
Thanks to everyone who comes to our dinners and other events.
Thanks to all the hard work done by our fabulous volunteers – pictured above – and for all the wonderful folks who joined us Saturday for our fourth annual Gun Raffle produced in collaboration with the Lower Allen Township Fire Department. We make a great team.
If you weren’t able to join us at the event, the list of winning ticket numbers is below. Congratulations if you’re holding one of these tickets.
In accordance with event rules, please connect with us as soon as possible at (717) 766-3994 or by email within 30 days of the raffle to claim your prize.
PRIZE – WINNING TICKET #
$500.00 GRAND PRIZE – 736
42” TV – 1066
42” TV – 196
1ST – 208
2ND – 280
3RD – 767
4TH – 444
5TH – 356
6TH – 14
7TH – 780
8TH – 1144
9TH – 1027
10TH – 1176
11TH – 211
12TH – 1065
13TH – 915
14TH – 809
15TH – 195
16TH – 1046
17TH – 56
18TH – 190
19TH – 581
20TH – 1033
Watch for news later about the 2015 event.
You still have time to purchase tickets for the fourth annual Gun Raffle the Lisburn Community Fire Company, 1800 Main St., Mechanicsburg, co-sponsored by LCFC and the Lower Allen Township Fire Department.
On Saturday, Sept. 20, join us as we raffle off 20 guns at this four-hour event. Tickets cost $20 for one, or $100 for six.
For tickets, please contact us by email or by phone at (717) 610-4824. Additionally, tickets are available from LCFC and LATFD firefighters.
One gun from the following list will be raffled every 15 minutes, and you do not need to be present to win.
- BERSA THUNDER, 22 SEMI-AUTO 10 RD MAG ($200)
- BOND ARMS SNAKE CHARMER; .45 COLT/410 GA; 4.25” BBL; STAINLESS; 2-SHOT DERRINGER ($250)
- CZ BOBWHITE SXS SHOTGUN; 12 GA; 26” BBLS; 3” CHAMBERS; ENGLISH STYLE STOCK; DBL TRIGGERS; 5 CHOKES; BLUE & WALNUT ($200)
- GLOCK 26 GEN4 MICRO COMPACT DA AUTO; 9MM; 3.46” BBL; POLYMER ($200)
- JR SEMI-AUTO CARBINE; .40 S&W; 16” BBL; SLIDING STOCK; ACCEPTS STD. GLOCK MAGS ($200)
- MOSSBERG 835 ULTI-MAG TURKEY SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN; 12 GA.; 24” BBL; CAMO; VENT RIB; FIBER-OPTIC SIGHT; PORTED ($175)
- REMINGTON 572 BDL DELUXE SLIDE ACTION RIFLE; .22LR; 21” BBL. BLUE, WOOD ($175)
- REMINGTON 700 SPS STAINLESS BOLT RIFLE; .270 WINC.; 24” BBL; SYN. STOCK ($200)
- REMINGTON EXPRESS LAMINATED 870 SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN; 12 GA; 26”; REM-CHOKE MOD; FLAT BLACK & LAM ($150)
- RUGER SUPER BLACKHAWK SIN. ACTION REVOLVER; .44 MAG.; STAINLESS; 5 ½” BBL ($250)
- ROSSI 92 LEVER ACTION RIFLE; .38/.357 MAG.; 20” BBL; 10 RD. MAG; WOOD STOCK ($250)
- RUGER 10/22 TAKEDOWN SEMI-AUTO RIFLE; .22LR; 18 ½” BBL; STAINLESS BBL; BLACK SYN ($200)
- SAVAGE 93 BTVS BOLT RIFLE; .17 HMR; 21” BBL; BROWN LAM. STOCK; HVY. BBL; ACCU TRIGGER ($200)
- SAVAGE AXIS XP CAMO HUNTING PACKAGE; .30-06; 22” BBL; BUSHNELL 3-9X SCOPE ($200)
- SAVAGE MARK II-FSS BOLT RIFLE; .22 LR; 22” STAINLESS BBL; POLYMER STOCK; SIGHTS; 10 RD MAG; ACCU TRIGGER ($175)
- SIG SAUER MOSQUITO .22; 3.9” BBL; GREEN FRAME ($200)
- SIG SAUER P229 DA AUTO; .40 S&W; 3.9” BBL; ANODIZED FRAME; BLACKENED STAINLESS SLIDE ($250)
- TAURUS JUDGE PUBLIC DEFENDER; .410/.45 COLT; 2.5” CYL; STAINLESS ($250)
- THOMPSON/CENTER ARMS CONTENDER PISTOL; .45 COLT/.410 GA; 12” BBL; BLUE & WALNUT ($250)
- WEATHERBY UPLAND SLIDE ACTION SHOTGUN; 12 GA; 28” BBL; 3” CHAM.; 3 CHOKE TUBES; BLUE & WALNUT ($250)
Additionally, the following prizes will be available in fish bowl drawings for additional donations during the event:
1. REMINGTON SEVEN CDL BOLT RIFLE; .243 WINC.; 20” BLUED BBL; WALNUT STOCK ($250)
2. RUGER M77 HAWKEYE SPORTER BOLT RIFLE; .30-06; 22” SS BBL; BLACK SYNTHETIC STOCK ($250)
Additional raffle prizes include two 42” LED TVs and a $500 grand prize.
Full raffle rules are available here for download.
Remember, for tickets, please contact us by email or by phone at (717) 610-4824.
So much accomplished was, our heads are still spinning. We hope the BSSF
team had an interesting and fun day.
Thanks also to our members gave their time and toil to help. We couldn’t have done it without:
- Tanya Eimberbrink
- Angela Trimmer
- Brian Ariano
- Josh Keller
- Steve Trimmer
- Elaine Cady
- Steve Cady
- Tom Banks
- Mary Ellen Banks
It is with sadness that we inform you of the passing of our Deputy Chief, Gary Wevodau. Gary fought a long, hard battle with bladder cancer, never complaining and always up-beat. He even made it to Festival this month.
The Officers and Members sending their deepest sympathy to Darla and his family. Please keep them all in your thoughts and prayers also.
Thank you to each and every volunteer who made the Lisburn Community Fire Company’s annual Olde Time Festival such a rousing success last week. From the gang in the Small Pavilion frying burgers Wednesday night to the team scrubbing pots in the Pavilion kitchen Saturday night, each and every one of you is our hero for selflessly giving of your time, talents, and energy to raise funds to keep our firefighters rolling when duty calls.
We also send a special thank you to the Lower Allen Township Pubic Works Department, especially Gary Frazer and the highway guys. They came out before Festival and swept all our blacktop areas, and returned Monday and swept again, including all the straw from the hay ride up the alley and everywhere else! Couldn’t ask for better service. Thank you!
Archie Brotzman prepares the water gun fun stand at the The Lisburn Community Fire Co. Old Time Festival. Photo by Michael Bupp/The Sentinel
Many thanks to local media for spotlighting the annual Lisburn Community Fire Company’s Olde Time Festival, and helping to spread our message.
The Sentinel’s Joshua Vaughn wrote an article earlier this week highlighting one of the event’s draws as well as why so many of our fabulous LCFC volunteers return every year to lend a hand:
“It’s the food that’s the real draw,” Kline said, explaining that the home-cooked food made by the fire company was his favorite part of the yearly festival.
The fire company has hosted the festival for 61 years, and it is the company’s largest fundraiser. All of the proceeds from the festival go to the Lisburn Community Fire Company.
Friend of the Fire Company Alison Dougherty wrote for PennLive/The Patriot-News how she’s always hoped to show the Festival to her mother:
When my mother visits we go here, we go there, we buy this, we consider returning that and by the time she leaves I’m wet-rag exhausted. The one place I’ve always wanted to take my mother, but her visits never seem to coincide with the event, is the Lisburn Community Fire Company’s annual Old Time Festival.
This year she’s missing it by two days – ride night is August 6, the full event is August 7-9. I know my mother would love the festival. First, there’s free gospel music. Mother, a professional musician, loves gospel. I don’t think she’d ride any of the rides, Mother is in her 70s, but I know she’d get a charge out of the nightly tractor parade.
I would tell my mother the fire company peels and cooks almost two tons of potatoes to make french fries during the event. My mother would be impressed and definitely want some of those. I’d tell her they cook mountains of chicken for soup, sandwiches and barbecue chicken. She’d want some of that, too.
While we hope Alison’s mom gets to enjoy Festival next year, you don’t have to wait. The Pavilion opens at 4 p.m., and serves well into the night. Expect the outside fry stand to begin serving shortly after 5 p.m., and entertainment by 2nd Chance Band to begin at 6 p.m.