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Greenfield Day, August 15, 2015
Greenfield Township Municipal Hall

Thank you to all guests and volunteers for another successful Greenfield Day. Included in the day’s activities was the dedication of the new
fire truck (rescue pumper) and an opportunity to visit the Carpenter School No. 6, built in the 1850’s. The Greenfield Township Historical Society
hosted a raffle and sold 200th Anniversary ornaments, t-shirts and 2016 calendars, among other Historical Society fundraising items. The United
Methodist Church of Tompkinsville Women’s Group sold delicious homemade pies.

On behalf of all the members of the Greenfield Township Volunteer Fire Company, we thank you for your support and
donations that enabled us to take delivery of the new rescue pumper fire truck in August.


The new fire truck includes a 2,000 (gallon per minute) pump, a 750 gallon water tank and a 15 kW generator.

The fire truck is able to carry 1700 feet of 5" hose and includes a ladder.

Numerous types of life-saving apparatus, such as the jaws of life are available for any emergency.

Fans, winches, and other tools are on the opposite side with more to come.

The roomy cabin can accommodate up to six first responders
on any given call.

A state-of-the-art control system offers easy reach to the exterior tools.

The fire truck has 22.5-inch tires and chrome wheels.

The fire truck is dedicated to the late Tommy Cerra, Township Supervisor.
At the dedication are family members Gloria Scavo, Ann Marie Didato,
Past Chief Dean Cerra, and Suzie Totsky.

The Greenfield Township Historical Society has many gift items to purchase including t-shirts, ornaments and a 2016 calendar commemorating 200 years. For more information on any item,
contact: Clara Gardner at 570-282-2768.

A 2016 scenic calendar of Greenfield Township past and
present is available to purchase. Current scenic photos by
Mark T. Malak.

Basket raffle chances are still available. For more information,
contact: Clara Gardner at 570-282-2768.

The United Methodist Church of Tompkinsville Women’s Group
sold delicious homemade pies including apple, rhubarb, peach,
lemon, cherry, pecan, pumpkin, and coconut custard.

A local Mary Kay Representative was available. To purchase products,
call Tammy McGurrin at 570-222-3685 and leave a message.

Burke’s Maple Syrup of Carbondale was also available.
For more information, visit:

Mary Beth Tranovich, 2015 Wyoming-Lackawanna County Dairy
Princess was on hand to highlight the importance of the local
dairy industry. Ms. Tranovich will be at the Wyoming County Fair
on Sept. 2-7.

Greenfield Township Volunteer Fire Company member Dave Nicoteri
takes a break selling pizza to assemble more boxes.

Carpenter School No. 6, located at 424 Route 106, Greenfield Township, PA.


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