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125th Anniversary
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By Honey Brook Fire Co. #1
August 6, 2017

On Saturday August 5, 2017 Honey Brook Borough and the Honey Brook Fire Company celebrated its 125th Anniversary. A parade was held to celebrate the anniversary followed by housing of the fire company apparatus. Our Master of Ceremony was Chester County Department Of Emergency Services Beau Crowding. Invocation and Pledge of Allegiance was said by Reverend Ray Voran of the Honey Brook Presbyterian Church. The National Anthem was sung by Miss Kayla Klumpp. The introduction of line officers were read by Chief John Robb. The introduction of the business officers were read by President Dusten Nierintz. Speeches were made by: Honey Brook Mayor Chris Mulhall, U.S. Representative Pat Meehan, PA State Representative Tim Hennessey, PA State Senator John Rafferty, and Honey Brook Township Supervisor John McHugh.

Thanks to the following Fire Companies for housing our Apparatus:
Glen Moore, Caernarvon, East Brandywine, White Horse, Girardville, Wagontown, Twin Valley, and all Fire Police present.

Special thanks to the following Fire Companies for covering our fitst due for 24 hours while our anniversary took place:
Dunnstown Fire Company & Lampeter Fire Company

The Honey Brook Fire Company would like to thank all the residents and fire companies in attendance for this remarkable and memorable day, also we would like to thank the residents of Honey Brook Borough and Honey Brook Township for their continous support.

Award Winners: (Judges were Shamrock Judges)
Best appearing and equipped/most functional engine 2010- Present
1st: Twin Valley
2nd: Caernarvon of Churchtown

Best appearing and equipped/most functional engine 2009 and older
1st: Glen Moore
2nd: Christiana

Best appearing and equipped/most functional rescue 2010- Present
1st: Longwood

Best appearing and equipped/most functional rescue 2009 and older
1st: Alert of Downingtown
2nd: Twin Valley

Best appearing and equipped/most functional aerial 2009 and older
1st: Phoenixville
2nd: Oakmont

Best appearing and equipped/most functional tower 2009 and older
1st: Paoli
2nd: Birdsboro Union

Best appearing and equipped/most functional tanker 2000+ Gal
1st: Bart Township Fire Co.
2nd: Quarryville

Best appearing and equipped/most functional pumper tanker 2000+ Gal
1st: Glen Moore
2nd: Kinzer Fire Co.

Best appearing and equipped/most functional brush piece
1st: Ogden Fire Co.
2nd: Alert of Downingtown

Best appearing and equipped/most functional traffic/ fire police unit
1st: Wagontown
2nd: Thorndale

Best appearing and equipped/most functional Command/ Chief Unit
1st: Glen Moore
2nd: Alert of Downingtown

Dalmatian
1st: "Siren" Twin Valley Fire Dept.

Judges Awards
-1967 Auto Car, Hockessin Fire Co.
-1952 Willy Jeep, Ed Maple, Ex. Thorndale Fire Co. Brush Piece
-Alert of Downingtown Rescue Boat 1 & 2
-PA 2 Red Knights Chapter
-Dalmation, "Rowdy" Gladwyn Fire Co.

**All Photos are courtesy of Residents and Fire Companies in attendance of the Parade and Housing**

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Housing Ceremony
Housing Ceremony
 
Housing Traffic 33
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Housing Command 33
Housing Command 33
 
Housing Engine 33-1
Housing Engine 33-1
Housing Rescue 33
Housing Rescue 33
 
Twin Valley Fire Department and their Awards
Twin Valley Fire Department and their Awards
Birdsboro-Union Fire Department and their Award
Birdsboro-Union Fire Department and their Award
 
 
 
 

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