It’s that time of year again!!! Please come out and join us for our Annual Pancake Breakfast this coming Sunday, October 8th, 2023, at the Pennington Firehouse, 120 Broemel Pl, Pennington. All of your breakfast favorites will be served in abundance. As always, it is all you can eat! Please come out and support your local volunteers.
Happy Customer, Company
Chief of Department: Roger Demareski
Deputy Chief: Michael Baldorossi
Assistant Chief: Robert Ingram
Lieutenant: Gareth Sutherland
Lieutenant: Justin Boyle
Lieutenant: David Phillips
President: J. Leigh Abey
Vice President: Jami Fassnacht
Treasurer: Dave Pinelli
Secretary: Kelly Kascik
Trustee: Matthew Pollock
Trustee: Nick Gaudioso
Trustee: Neil Blackwell
PENNINGTON FIRE COMPANY SANTA GIFT DROP OFF
This holiday season, Santa has asked Station 51 to help deliver gifts in our district. With so many children in the Pennington area, he desperately needs our assistance and of course, our members are up to the task. Please print and complete the form linked below and deliver it with the wrapped gift(s) to Santa’s workshop, located at the Pennington Fire Company (120 Broemel Place Pennington, NJ 08534). Santa will leave a labeled box, underneath the overhang, at the rear entrance, and his elves will collect the gift(s) promptly. Drop-off days will be December 12th, 13th, and 15th between 6:00 pm and 9:00 pm.
Thank you to everyone who came out to the station for our annual pancake breakfast. We greatly appreciate everyone who came out and showed their support for the company and allowed us to cook for you. It is always a pleasure for us to invite the community into the station and talk about what we do and show off our fleet and serve some good food. We hope to see you all next year!
Today February 2nd, 2022, members of the Pennington Fire Company Station 51 traveled to Baltimore Maryland to participate in the memorial service for the three Baltimore City firefighter who we killed in the line of duty at a fire in the city on January 24th, 2022. The members were joined by firefighters from across our nation to pay tribute and to show our support for our fellow firefighters in Baltimore.
Tower 51 responded to Ewing this morning to assist with a 2nd alarm fire in their township. The crew operated for approximately 1 hour, before being released to cover Pennington, Hopewell, Ewing and Lawrence townships with a crew while other units returned to service from the fire. Photo courtesy of Ewing Twp. Fire Dept Station 30.