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Dennis Volunteer Fire Company News/Events

Special Meeting Notice for December 8, 2015

Dedication Ceremony of new KME Fire Apparatus Rescue Engine 1836
Saturday, June 06, 2015 at 1:00 PM

The Officers and Members of Dennis Volunteer Fire Company cordially invite you to join us this Saturday (June 6th) at 1:00 pm for the dedication ceremony of our new KME Fire Apparatus Rescue-Engine 1836. The ceremony will be held at our firehouse at 721 Petersburg Road in Dennisville, and following the ceremony, tours of the truck and firehouse will be given, as well as fire prevention activities for children. We hope you can join us for this special day. Visit our new "Photos" web page for more images from the ceremony!

New Rescue Engine 1836 Dedication Ceremony - June 06, 2015 Chief Steve Coffey 1956-2014

26th Annual Historic Dennisville Christmas House Tour
Saturday, December 20, 2014 from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM

We are once again pleased to announce that we will be a stop on the annual Historic Dennisville Christmas House Tour. Hosted by the Dennisville Historic Homeowner's Association each year, the tour features a number of historic houses and buildings celebrating the holiday season. A stop at the firehouse will include refreshments, historic fire apparatus and equipment, and meet-and-greet with your neighborhood volunteers. For more information, please visit: http://www.dhhoa.org/dhhoatour.htm


New Rescue-Engine 1836 Update

The Board of Fire Commissioners of Dennis Twp. Fire District #2 and the DVFC are pleased to announce the purchase of a 2014 KME Fire Apparatus Rescue Engine. This apparatus will replace former Engine 1835, a 1989 Grumman Engine that has been sold to Wolf Creek Fire District in Rhea County, Tennessee. The engine, which will carry 1000 gallons of water as well as have 4 pre-connected JAWS of Life rescue tools, is currently undergoing final preparations for factory departure. A group of fire commissioners and firefighters will travel to Nesquehoning, PA in the coming weeks for a final inspection before an expected mid-December delivery. Stay tuned for more updates regarding this much-needed apparatus.

New Rescue Engine 1836 New Rescue Engine 1836

About DVFC: The Dennis Volunteer Fire Company (Est. 1948) is the sole fire-service provider for the villages of Dennisville and South Dennis in Dennis Township, NJ. The company strives to deliver the highest possible service in protecting the life and property within Dennis Township Fire District #2, and continues to carry out these functions by providing effective volunteer responses through quality training and the highest standards of performance. For more information, visit www.dennisfireco.com.



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