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– Looking to improve your community?
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– Available a few hours a week or a month to volunteer?

Phone: 717-354-8311
Hall Rentals: 717-355-9240
(For emergencies dial 911)

Mailing Address:
339 E. Main St.
New Holland, PA 17557

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Garden Spot Fire Rescue services New Holland Borough, Earl Township, and East Earl Township with fir

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Members from GSFR handled 6 calls for service on Tuesday and completed weekly drill in the evening.

Engine 39-2 was dispatched to assist EMS with a person struck in Earl Twp. No fire services were needed.

Air 39 was sent to Hershey Farms Restaurant on the 2nd alarm assignment. The crew split and filled over 40 SCBA cylinders while the rest of the crew assisted with fire suppression.

Tanker 39 was sent to cover the Strasburg area along with an engine from Intercourse while units from that area were tied up at the fire. The Tanker remained in Strasburg for approximately 8 hours and handled 2 vehicle accidents while there.

In the evening, units from 39 & 44 (Intercourse) responded to an injury crash on Peters Rd. In Earl Twp.

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Members from GSFR handled 6 calls for service on Tuesday and completed weekly drill in the evening.

Engine 39-2 was dispatched to assist EMS with a person struck in Earl Twp. No fire services were needed.

Air 39 was sent to Hershey Farms Restaurant on the 2nd alarm assignment. The crew split and filled over 40 SCBA cylinders while the rest of the crew assisted with fire suppression.

Tanker 39 was sent to cover the Strasburg area along with an engine from Intercourse while units from that area were tied up at the fire. The Tanker remained in Strasburg for approximately 8 hours and handled 2 vehicle accidents while there.

In the evening, units from 39 & 44 (Intercourse) responded to an injury crash on Peters Rd. In Earl Twp. 

Photo credit: HS2 Photos & member Tom SheehanImage attachment

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Thank you men and women for your volunteer trained hours that you put into a days event. Thank you for turning around and doing it again when the call is needed. 💖

Our community is blessed to have so many great volunteers! Thank you

Thank you for doing what you do

Thank You for all u do…

Some of the best.

Thank you!!

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Fire Prevention Tips:

In A Fire Emergency

  • Get out of the house.
  • Call 911.
  • Call from the neighbor’s house.
  • Get out and stay out.

Emergency: 911

Phone: 717-354-8311

Hall Rentals: 717-355-9240