This morning the Middletown Volunteer Fire Department assisted Borough Council members and community members in setting up “Christmas in the Park” at Hoffer Park. Be sure to stop down and check it out Saturday, November 28th after the Christmas Tree Lighting. ... See moreSee less
On Veterans Day in 1988, Ronald Reagan said …”We remember those who were called upon to give all a person can give, and we remember those who were prepared to make that sacrifice if it were demanded of them in the line of duty. . . Most of all, we remember the devotion and gallantry with which all of them ennobled their nation as they became champions of a noble cause.”
Thank you to the below members for your dedication and service to our country.
Army Specialist Peters Army Specialist Fickes Marine Private T. Walko Army Sergeant Nolen Army Major Gilday Army Veteran Coble Army Veteran Molchany Army Veteran Brechbiel Air Force Veteran M. Krupillis
Middletown Area Historical Society of Dauphin County, PAThe Middletown Historical Society will host a display of the fire department in Middletown. The display will open Saturday November 14th from noon until 4:00 P.M. Stop by the museum to view the artifacts and learn of the history of almost 200 years of volunteer fire service to the Middletown area. Masks are required and social distancing will be in place. Hope you can join us. ... See moreSee less
Due to COVID restrictions and spotted lantern flies, we were unable to obtain trees this year for sale. We are optimistic that next year will be a better year and we will have an abundance of trees available for your holiday memories. Thank you to everyone that has purchased a tree in the past and hope we see you next year. ... See moreSee less
That's too bad. Covid we're about done with you now. Can you maybe get balsam wreathes to sell instead? Lots of people like those as well for decorating their front door at the holidays. Just a thought. Thanks for all you do in service to our community. God bless.
Its time to change the batteries in your smoke detectors and CO Detectors. Also, now is the perfect time to check the manufacture date on them. Remember: Every detector should be replaced at 10 years.
Did you know....Three out of five home fire deaths result from fires in properties without working smoke alarms?
Did you know... CO is called the "invisible killer" because its a colorless, odorless, poisonous gas. Breathing in CO at high levels can be fatal. Over 50,000 people visit the ER in the US each year from CO poisoning.
Don't become a statistic. Change you batteries and test your devices monthly to ensure they are working properly. ... See moreSee less