The Lake Harmony Fire Company is an all volunteer company located in a resort community in the beautiful Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania. We protect 69 square miles of Kidder Township in conjunction with the Albrightsville and Kidder Fire Companies. Our township includes many hotels, motels, lakes, a school, Hickory Run State Park, Jack Frost & Big Boulder Ski Areas, Interstate 80, and Interstate 476. We are located at 129 Lake Road, Lake Harmony, PA 18624. Our phone number is (570) 722-8138
SANTA ARRIVES BY FIRE TRUCK, 4PM
Santa will arrive, escorted by Lake Harmony Fire Fighters to
Nick's Lake House, Lake Drive, Lake Harmony, PA on Saturday, December 13, 2015,
4pm Don't forget to bring your letter to Santa.Children 12 and under
receive a gift. Refreshments and crafts will be provided.
CHRISTMAS TREE LIGHTING AND BON FIRE (approximately 5pm)
following Santa's visit, the Christmas tree in Nick's
side Parking Lot, (near the arch to the back deck) will be lit, followed
by the annual bon fire, across Lake Drive in the back parking lot.
Dress warm - lighting and bon fire are outside!
Monday, November 24, 2014
The Lake Harmony Fire Company will bring Santa Claus to your home in order to present a toy to your child this holiday season.If you have a child 12 years of age or younger living in the Lake Harmony Fire Company coverage area; which includes Blue Heron, Midlakes, Laurelwoods, Ridgewood, Lake Harmony Estates, Split Rock, and Snow Ridge Village; the firemen will bring Santa, via fire truck, to your home with an individual gift.In order to participate in this program, you need to do the following: 1 Have a child 12 years of age or younger living in the LHVFC coverage area. 2 Purchase the gift to be delivered. 3 Wrap the gift with the recipient's name and address on the gift. 4 Call Chief Ralph Lennon at 570-722-8248 on or before December 13, 2014. 5 Deliver gift to the fire house on or before December 15, 2014.Santa will visit your home between December 8th and December 22nd as per an individual prearranged date and time.There is no charge for the visit, however, donations to the fire company will be accepted.
Friday, October 31, 2014
The first annual Halloween celebration took place Friday night at the firehouse. Trick -or-Treaters arrived at the firehouse after all of their neighborhood stops for food, candy and fun. Thanks to all who set this up, it was a great time for all of the kids of Lake Harmony.
Monday, October 27, 2014
Members set up a rural water supply senereo Monday night at the Penn Kidder School. Members practiced setting up the porta tank, drafting, master stream operations, and ladder pipe operations.
Sunday, September 28, 2014
The officers and members of the Lake Harmony Fire Company would like to thank the Flourtown and Walnutport Fire Companies for covering our firehouse this weekend. Lake Harmony attended the annual Firemen's Convention in Meadville, PA. Flourtown was in town early Friday morning with Squad 6 and Utility 6 and 10 firefighters. Chief 6 and crew arrived Friday night. They were relieved Sunday morning by the Walnutport Fire Company who brought their engine, utility and 6 firefighters. Thanks again for all of your support, hope you had a great time in the Poconos!
Saturday, September 27, 2014
Lake Harmony Fire Company attended the 2014 Pennsylvania State Firemen's Convention in Meadville this weekend. As the host company of the 2015 convention we felt honored to support this years host in Meadville, Crawford County, PA. by attending in full force. This meant securing cover companies so that we could take all 4 trucks. The Flourtown Fire Company arrived early Friday Morning and stayed until their relief came Sunday morning from the Walnutport Fire Company. Thanks to both groups for supporting our company - that's what the brotherhood in the fire service is all about!Lake Harmony won a total of 13 trophies - Great job to all who attended and worked so hard keeping the trucks clean.
Saturday, September 6, 2014
Albrightsville and Lake Harmony Fire Companies along with White Haven Ambulance were dispatched to a reported rock through the windshield of a passenger car Saturday night during a severe thunderstorm. while en route, Carbon County advised units of a second crash just past the initial incident at 92.5 South. The second crash was North Bound, which was handled by Albrightsville. The South Bound crash was handled by Rescue 17, who assisted with patient packaging and traffic control. The crashes were possibly the result of an RV travelling North, which lost its front tire and suspension parts. The axle piece flew across the Jersey barrier, striking the passenger car in the hood and then bouncing through the windshield, injuring the driver. The driver was transported to the hospital by White Haven Ambulance. Units were on scene for just under an hour.
Thursday, August 21, 2014
Lake Harmony Engineer Richard Kennedy has been named the 2014 Kidder Township Emergency
Services Person of the Year.The presentation was made Thursday at the Kidder Township board of
supervisors' meeting by Ralph Lennon, chairman of the township fire commission.
A volunteer firefighter with the Lake Harmony Fire Company, Kennedy started
out volunteering his services by helping to restore a fire truck. Along the way
he brought in more volunteers to assist with the restoration, eventually
completing the job at a cost of $7,000, a savings of $43,000 to the taxpayers.
Kennedy later joined the fire company as a driver and continues to help
maintain the fire apparatus at Lake Harmony.
The Kidder Township Fire Commission annually recognizes personnel from the
three township volunteer fire departments as well as the ambulance service for
duty that exemplifies service to the community.
"Every year each of the services nominates an individual to receive
this award," Lennon said Thursday. "Each company submits a two-page
letter on behalf of these individuals."
Lennon said the letters are then reviewed anonymously by a committee, which
makes the decision on who should be chosen. The nominees are invited to attend
the August supervisors' meeting where the Emergency Services Person of the Year
This year only the three fire companies nominated individuals for the award.
"The three men nominated all made outstanding contributions to not only
their companies, but to the township as a whole," Lennon said.
In addition to Kennedy, the other nominees were Charles "CJ"
McFeely from Albrightsville Volunteer Fire Company, and Rob Hill from Kidder
Volunteer Fire Company.
Sunday, August 17, 2014
The annual Parade of Boats was held today at Nick's Lake House. All proceeds benefit the Lake Harmony Fire Company and Lake Harmony Rescue Squad. Thanks to all the organizers and all of the patrons who supported the event.
Chief 17 in the dunk tank
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