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Public Dinner a Success
Saturday, November 7, 2015 
The Hartly Volunteer Fire Company would like to thank everyone who attended or purchased takeouts at our Public Dinner.  We sold 462 tickets and we had 12 free children's admissions for a total of 474 dinners served.  This was an increase over past dinners.  We also want to thank all the members and volunteers that helped to make this fund raiser a success.  We are very fortunate to be located in a community that is so supportive of our mission.  

Hartly's Finest Helps A Member
Saturday, October 31, 2015 
Members of the Hartly Volunteer Fire Company gathered at the home of Jay and Brenda Wingle to donate their time to construct a wheelchair ramp.  Jay is a Past Ambulance Captain and Brenda is currently the Ladies Auxiliary President.  Tom Maguire took the lead by recruiting an architect to donate his time to draw the plans, obtain the required permits, organize the work schedule, and solicit volunteers.  The Ladies Auxiliary members were instrumental in making sure the volunteers were feed for the all day event.  Hot cofee and donuts were provided in the morning.  Gloria Saatman, Barbara Metheny, Sarah Roberts, Audrey Bunkley, Debbie Guzzie, Penny Rodimak, and Brenda Wingle prepared chili, pasta salad, and baked beans to go with the hamburgers, hot dogs, and chips.  A special thanks goes out to Mike Ehst, Mark Maguire, Daniel Miller, Menno Miller, Joey Moran, Pete Morris, Bobby Quillen and all the other members that stopped by to show their love and support to the Wingle Family.  To see additional photos, click on the camera. 

September 11 Ceremony
Saturday, September 12, 2015 
Members of the Hartly Volunteer Fire Company and their families joined together at 9:00 a.m. on Saturday, September 12 for a ceremony to recall the events of September 11, 2001.  The speaker was Thomas Maguire Sr., Joey Moran played the bag pipes, Paster Howard Embert from the Hartly United Methodist Church gave the invocation and members of the fire company prepared the breakfast.  We want to thank everyone that took time out of their busy schedules to join us in remembering this historic event.

Station's Makeover
Friday, September 4, 2015 
In July, the company approved to give the station a little makeover. If you haven't had a chance, drive on by and take a peek!

Pedestrian Struck
Thursday, September 3, 2015 
In the early afternoon, Hartly's Volunteers along with KM7 and Trooper 4 were alerted for a pedestrian struck down the street from the fire house. Upon arrival crews found that the vehicle had left the scene. EMS transported one patient to Kent General Hospital, meeting ALS en route.

Truck Cleaning
Saturday, August 29, 2015 
With the Delaware State Firefighter's Convention around the corner, a few of the members have began cleaning the Rescue for judging.

Tanker Company Assist for a Garage Fire
Tuesday, August 25, 2015 
Hartly's Volunteers were alerted for a Tanker Company to assist Station 56, Marydel with a Garage Fire. Crews assisted with fire suppression and exposure control until released by command. Photos courtesy of Jeff Hawkins

New 2's Pit Stop
Tuesday, August 25, 2015 
The new Engine 2 made a stop into the station for a few days to get it's lettering before going to DPC to finish the compartments. Photos courtesy of Jeff Hawkins

Aviation Review for Drill Night
Tuesday, August 18, 2015 
For this week's training Deputy Chief Kelly invited members for Delaware's Aviation division to show off the new Helicopter. DSP Trooper 2 flew in to Hartly in so members could become familiar and ask questions regarding aviation operations.

Windshield Piercing Corn
Monday, August 10, 2015 
Hartly's Volunteers responding to a MVC with injuries. Upon arrival crew found a single vehicle that went off of the roadway and into a cornfield before resting in the ditch. EMS transported one patient to Kent General Hospital requesting ALS to intercept for an underlying medical condition. Crews cleared the roadway of debris and returned.

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