Tickets NOW AVAILABLE online with a debit/ credit card for the 2017 Gun Bash being held on Sept 16th at Hammond's Grove Picnic Grounds. To purchase tickets, visit our home page. Tickets purchased online will be held at the gate at a "will call" table. Need not be present to win. To pick up your purchased tickets or for additional questions, please email Thank You for your support and we look forward to seeing you in September.

Bingo Schedule

Help support our organization by attending one of our many bingo events!

We have BINGO Every
Wednesday and Saturday evening.
Doors Open at 5pm,
Kitchen Opens at 6pm,
Games Begin at 7pm
Wednesday is packet night, just $23/ packet.
Saturday last game pays $1000.

We also have BINGO Every 1st and 3rd Sunday.
1st Sunday-- Doors Open at 11am,
Kitchen Opens at 12pm,
Games Begin at 1pm
3rd Sunday-- Doors Open at 5pm,
Kitchen Opens at 6pm,
Games Begin at 7pm

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Mon, May 1st, 2017 9:24:00 am - The Franklin Fire Company Fireman’s Relief Association is offering for sale approximately thirty Scott SCBA at $250 per unit. Each unit includes the following:   Scott 4.5 AP50 Purchased in September 2005 Meets NFPA 2002 edition spec AV 3000 mask Voice amp—limited supply 30 min cylinder plus 1 spare cylinder Cylinders good thru September 2020 HUD Dual EBSS Pack Alert SE   All units are ...Continued

Sat, Apr 1st, 2017 5:43:00 pm - 2017 GUN BASH TICKETS NOW AVAILABLE ONLINE!!! (Click the picture for more info/ to purchase) Purchase yours here with a debit/ credit card or paypal account.  Tickets will NOT be mailed. They will be held at the gate for you at 'will call' table (if you are attending).  Need not be present to win.  Email with questions or concerns.  We look forward to ...Continued


We Train For You

Mon, Jun 26th, 2017 7:00:00 pm - Drill last night consisted of extrication practice using AMKUS Rescue Systems and Res-Q-Jack equipment. This practice allows us to simulate an auto accident with confinement or entrapment needing extrication to gain access to the patient. You'd be surprised to know, these incidents occur more often than you'd expect. We want to be prepared so we can protect and serve our community. As always, Franklin Fire ...Continued

Engine Company Operations
Sun, Jun 25th, 2017 8:00:00 am - On June 18th several of our members attended Engine Company Operations course to review and improve their skills. Pictures courtesy of Franklin County Public Safety Training Center facebook page. ...Continued


Fully Involved

Sat, Jun 24th, 2017 12:30:00 am - At 12:29am, Truck 42 was dispatched to 24159 Back Rd, Concord for the barn fire. Co 12 units arrived to find a barn well off. T42 operated on scene for a few hours before returning to service. ...Continued

MVA with Double Flyout
Mon, Jun 19th, 2017 10:00:00 am - E43 responded to the intersections of Philadelphia Ave and Cornertown Rd this morning just before 10am for a MVA. Chief 1 was on scene with 1 vehicle off the roadway. Crews found 3 patients. Command 44 requested a total of 3 BLS and 2 ALS units. After evaluation, air medical was requested for 2 patients. One was flown from Chambersburg hospital and one from the ...Continued


Auto vs House

Sun, Jun 18th, 2017 6:00:00 pm - Auto into a house at 250 Siloam Rd, Chambersburg. No injuries. Engine 45 and Squad 41 on scene. ...Continued

Fire in the Walls
Sun, Jun 18th, 2017 2:18:00 pm - Truck 42 and Squad 41 on the scene of a "Smoke in the Building" call at 467 Lincoln Way East Chambersburg. Crews found small fire in the walls and quickly contained it. ...Continued


Barn Fire

Thu, Jun 15th, 2017 5:30:00 am - After a few relatively quiet days, Station 4 personnel are back out to work this morning, for the barn fire at 1873 Pioneer Dr in St Thomas Twp. ...Continued

Brush Fire on Keystone Ave
Fri, Jun 9th, 2017 10:43:00 am - Engine 43 and Utility 44 responded to Keystone Drive for a bush on fire, approximately 30 feet from a residence and directly located under utility wires. The fire was quickly extinguished and units went back into service. ...Continued


Fatal Accident

Fri, Jun 9th, 2017 10:00:00 am - Squad 41 and Engine 43 on the scene of a fatal pedestrian accident on Interstate 81 NB at Exit 20, just before the off ramp. The Interstate has been shut down at Walker Rd and will remain closed for an extended period of time. Please, refrain from speculation and keep your prayers with the victim's family during this difficult time. ...Continued

Auto Fire
Wed, Jun 7th, 2017 11:13:00 am - E43 assisted CO 18 with this auto fire in the 2000 block of Loudon Rd. Units had fire in the engine compartment of a Corvette with extension into the passenger compartment. No one was injured. ...Continued


MVC @ Rt.30 and Sollenberger Road

Tue, Jun 6th, 2017 11:29:00 am - Squad 41 responded to Lincoln Way West (Rt.30) and Sollenberger Road for a two vehicle accident. Three patients were treated and transported. Station 4 was alerted for this accident only a few seconds after being alerted for an automatic fire alarm at 3220 Wayne Road. ...Continued

Second Fire of the Day
Sat, Jun 3rd, 2017 8:46:00 pm - Just as members were getting cleaned up and fed from the earlier borough fire, they were alerted to the 17 box for a mobile home fire at 2924 Country Rd. Co 17 had fire showing upon arrival. Engine 43 and 42 Truck assisted with fire attack and overhaul operations. Thank you to Company 11, Company 21 and Truck 53 for covering our station this afternoon and evening. ...Continued

Two Alarm House Fire

Sat, Jun 3rd, 2017 5:06:00 pm - 42 Truck, Squad 41 and Engine 43 responded into the Borough of Chambersburg for the house fire. Co 1 units arrived to find fire showing from the roof of a 3 story end unit townhouse. Crews made an aggressive interior attack and were able to bring the fire under control before it extended into the exposures. Great teamwork by multiple departments. ...Continued