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 The 2015 Membership Dues and Fund Drive is now in progress. All property owners should be receiving their  dues and fund drive letter is in the mail.  Yearly dues are $45 per family and additional donations for the fund drive will be appreciated.  If you didn't get a fund drive letter and reside in the Greentown area , mail in your donation to PromisedLand Vol Fire Co,  Attn: Fund Drive,  1054 Rt 390,  Greentown,  Pa.  18426   Thanks.


October 10, 2015   Noon - 4pm  Open House at Station 1     1054 Rt 390

Meet Smokey the bear,  free refreshments, fire prevention, raffles and much more.

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The Birth of the Fire Company

Back in the 1950's the Promisedland Vol. Fire Company was born. People of the area joined together as one to make this Fire Dept. a reality. For over 50 years, people of the community have volunteered to help their neighbors in that time of need. What makes a Fire Dept? It is people who Volunteer their time to help others in that time of need. It is the people in the community who support them. Through the combined spirit of the volunteers and support of the community, the fire company is almost 60 years old. Every year is an improvement. Back in 2005, construction on a replacement building for Fire Station number 1 was started and the building was dedicated on October 14, 2006.  In 2008, a used Engine was purchased to replace the aging engine at Station number 2.  In June 2009, a Pierce Engine was donated to our company from the Imperial Volunteer Fire Company near Pittsburgh.  In 2010, we purchased a new 3000 gallon tanker that we are paying off over 10 years.  A "new" used Ambulance was added shortly afterwards to replace an ambulance that in rough shape.  The winter of 2010 claimed the American LaFrance engine and we replaced it with an engine we picked up from Pocono Mountain Fire co.  



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