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Plenty of tickets remain available for this raffle! Support your local fire company. Buy one for yourself. Buy one for a friend! ... See MoreSee Less
Still plenty of tickets available! Support GSFR and have a chance at one of these three great prizes. ... See MoreSee Less
Opportunity to win one of three prizes! Three drawings total - one for each prize:
- Ruger American Rimfire 22 LR
- Franchi Affinity 3.5 12 Gauge 28" MOBL Camo
- Browning X-Bolt Medallion 300 Win Mag 26"
Raffle will be drawn on February 28th
***********ONLINE RAFFLE RULES***********
Please review all raffle rules, as they may have changed since our previous raffle.
All payments must be made using a debit card (credit cards are not accepted at this time).
All participants must be at least 18 years of age. If you purchase a ticket and/or win a prize and you are not the at least 18 years of age, the spot and/or prize will be forfeited with no restitution. You are responsible for ensuring the payment is sent correctly and the transaction is completed via the chosen payment method. Inaccurate transactions not received appropriately will be treated as non payment and spots will be forfeited (as we have not received payment).
*Tax Disclaimer - If applicable, prize recipient is responsible for any IRS reporting or taxes incurred on winnings. Garden Spot Fire Rescue shall not be responsible for any failure to report winnings.
** Firearm Disclaimer - You MUST be at least 18 years of age or older to bid, purchase, or be transferred a firearm. Winning registered name on raffle MUST match name of person collecting/transferring winning prize. Winner MUST possess a valid and current state issued photo identification card and be eligible to have firearm transferred via a PSP PICS/FFL firearms background check. No substitutions or refunds for failed background checks. Winner is responsible for all transfer fees (due at time of transfer). Firearm Item MUST be picked up at the Sportsman's Shop in Blue Ball - 1214 East Main Street, East Earl, PA 17519
***Rules subject to change, please review frequently.
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With the current state of our Country, do you really think this is appropriate for a government agency to be raffling off???!!!
Last night, Truck 39 was dispatched to assist Gap Fire Co. (Co. 42) with a reported building fire.
Units from Gap were dispatched for an automatic fire alarm and arrived to find smoke showing from a commercial structure and upgraded the assignment to a building fire.
Crews found a fire in a wall extending to the roof area. The sprinkler system activated containing the fire. Units remained on scene for an extended period of time for overhaul and ventilation of the structure. ... See MoreSee Less
Units from GSFR and mutual aid were sent to the 100 block of W Main St in the borough today for a reported house fire. Chief 39 arrived with a 2 1/2 story duplex with nothing evident.
Upon investigation it was found to be smoke from an oven with no extension. The incident was held to the first engine and truck. Crews removed the oven and ventilated smoke from the structure before clearing the incident. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you for the pictures and your service. We live on West Main and seem to see your fire engines alot and wonder what is happening.
Just before 3:30am, units from 39 were dispatched to assist the Honey Brook Fire Co (Ches. 33) with a reported outbuilding fire on Emery Rd.
Engine 39-3 operated at a fill site for several hours filling tankers. Tanker 39 shuttled water and operated at the scene. Later in the morning Air 39 was dispatched to the scene to assist with filling air cylinders for the crews working. ... See MoreSee Less
That’s a goner.
Thanks for your service. May God protect you all 🙏
Thank you to everybody who has generously donated a car for training purposes! At this time, we have plenty of vehicles and WILL NOT need any more donations.
Please stay tuned for future needs of old vehicles! ... See MoreSee Less
Garden Spot Fire Rescue is proud to announce the 2021 Line Officers. Congrats to all the leadership on your new roles.
Chief 39 Darryl Keiser
Deputy 39 Stefan Kuenzli
Assistant Chief 39-1 Mike Fryer
Assistant Chief 39-2 Brendan Harnish
Assistant Chief 39-3 Dave King
Chief Engineer- Mitch Buzzard
Captain 39-1 Corbin Keiser
Captain 39-2 Wes Kopp
Captain 39-3 Cody Straub
Lieutenant 39-1 Daniel L Huyard
Lieutenant 39-2 Christian Good
Lieutenant 39-3 Trevor Martin
Lieutenant 39-5 Tucker Brown
Lieutenant 39-6 Darryl Hoover
Sergeant 39-1 Sarah Ames
Sergeant 39-2 Mark Miller ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations and thank you for your service to the community !!
New Holland is in great hands.
Congratulations to all
You all are the BEST
Congratulations to All.
Congratulations to u all
Congratulations to all!
From everybody at the GSFR team, have a blessed New Year! ... See MoreSee Less
Wishing all the crew a Happy,Healthy and stay safe. New Years!
Happy New Year...
Garden Spot Fire Rescue assisted Company 61 (Upper Leacock) on the evening of 12/27/20 with a house fire along Main St. in Leola.
Rescue 39, Engine 39-2 & Air 39 operated for close to 2 hours assisting with RIT, extensive overhaul and filling SCBA cylinders before being released by command. ... See MoreSee Less
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays from the members and team at Garden Spot Fire Rescue! ... See MoreSee Less
Merry Christmas you you all stay safe and thank you for all you do.
Merry Christmas Brothers!!!
Merry Christmas and thank you for being there for all of us always!
Merry Christmas to all.
Merry Christmas to all of yous thank you for your service
Merry Christmas and Thank You!
Merry Christmas to u all to
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ALL.
A huge thank you to all the volunteers at station 39 and everyone of our local fire companies that are standing by today to protect the citizens!
Merry Christmas to you too! Station 30.
Merry Christmas to all first responders ...
You may be noticing traffic delays along Rt. 23 through New Holland Borough, or notice fire apparatus on the streets in your neighborhood.
There are 7 units on the street along with a skid loader clearing hydrants that haven’t been cleared of snow. Much of the snow has hardened and it would be difficult to impossible to clear if and when they would be needed for an emergency.
We apologize for any minor inconvenience we may cause you as our volunteer members spend their Saturday afternoon ensuring the safety of the residents and businesses in New Holland, Earl & East Earl Twp. ... See MoreSee Less
Are the property owners supposed to make sure these are clear? Is the a fine if they don't?
If the property owners would handle this since the volunteers already volunteer!
Nobody should get upset Homeowners should be doing this at the time it snows. Not wait till it all hard and can’t be shoveled
Thank you for your service!!❤️
Thank you so much ❤️ 💓
this is what everyone should think of to do at times like this
Hell I ived in front of a fire hydrant in another City as a kid and my Dad made us shovel it out AND shovel a walking path across the parking area into the street so firefighters could walk straight to it if they had to. It boils down to apathetic lazy ass people who deserve to be smacked in the head with snow shovels
Santa is starting to come to the south side of new Holland! Listen for the sirens! ... See MoreSee Less
SANTA is coming to town tomorrow!
Santa we be making his visit on the North side of New Holland and East Earl to start. Then he will be visiting the South side. We will start at 10:00 at the west end of New Holland. Rescue 39 will be leading the way. Listen for the sirens to make sure you don't miss Santa! ... See MoreSee Less
Deanna Morris Brandon Morris
Is there a route he will be going?
Hope we see you on S Custer!
Tonight all 3 stations at GSFR have about 35 members voluntarily staffing for the storm over night. Please remember to stay safe and limit travel. ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you all for your service to our community. Stay safe out there.
Thank you for your services.
Top notch dept... thanks guys!!!
Thank you for your service. Stay safe
Thank you for service. Stay safe God Bless
Thank you all. Stay safe
Thank you please stay safe 🙏
thanks guys for all you do
Thank you for your commitment to the community
Thank you for your dedication!
Life Member Norm Brower is in need of meals - due to prior health complications - as we approach the holiday season. If you can help, sign up below!
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Some safety tips as we prepare for a potential major winter storm. See the link below for extra home safety information.
www.cdc.gov/disasters/winter/duringstorm/indoorsafety.html ... See MoreSee Less
ALWAYS CLEAN THE SNOW FROM THE FIRE HYDRANTS!!!
Follow us on Instagram at @gsfr39 and Twitter at @gsfr39! We will begin using all social media platforms in 2021 to share some fun information, up-to-date information, and more! ... See MoreSee Less
Join us in the season of giving and help save a life by "giving" blood this holiday season! Details below. ... See MoreSee Less
I would like to donate, but I’m unable to wear a mask, due to health reasons