KD Markley 2nd Grade Visits Station 5
 
By Fire Police Anthony DiPiano
June 5, 2018
 

The East Whiteland Fire Company was honored to receive a visit from the Kathryn D. Markley School 2nd grade class on Tuesday morning at Station 5. The students presented a check to our fire company for $661.00 which they earned from various projects. They were given a tour of the fire station including the apparatus, equipment, and various fire safety tips. The students with their teachers marched from the school to the fire station as an excursion. Our Fire Police provided security during the trip. We are grateful for the donation received and the efforts of the students. We are always happy to have a visit from our local students.

 
Firefighter/EMT Brian Gathercole demonstrates how some of the
equipment stowed on a fire truck might be used.
Firefighter/EMT Brian Gathercole demonstrates how some of the equipment stowed on a fire truck might be used.
Career Deputy Chief Matt Fink points out that the East Whiteland Fire Company is capable of handling water rescue.
Career Deputy Chief Matt Fink points out that the East Whiteland Fire Company is capable of handling water rescue.
 
Fire Police Captain Tommy Cockerham explains what to do in a home emergency.
Fire Police Captain Tommy Cockerham explains what to do in a home emergency.
Career Captain Mike Risell talks about what a fire fighter may encounter in a home fire.
Career Captain Mike Risell talks about what a fire fighter may encounter in a home fire.
 
Firefighter/EMT Brian Hughes talking about various equipment in the back of a fire truck.
Firefighter/EMT Brian Hughes talking about various equipment in the back of a fire truck.