Hellam Fire Company Memorial - Hallam, PA
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N 40° 00.380 W 076° 36.086
18T E 363311 N 4429688
Quick Description: This is a very typical, boilerplate memorial set between the two main bay doors of this firehouse. It was donated by the ladies Auxiliary in 1963.
Location: Pennsylvania, United States
Date Posted: 7/31/2009 6:47:36 AM
Waymark Code: WM6X3T
Published By: Groundspeak Regular Member GEO*Trailblazer 1
Views: 3

Long Description:

The original company was organized at a meeting of citizens in Stoner's Hall on November 2, 1923. The fire company's new building was constructed in 1931 and this building was constructed in 1980.

From their website: "Our primary coverage area is Hellam Township as well as Hallam and Wrightsville Boroughs. Station 21 runs dual-dispatch with Wrightsville Fire Department (Station 41) for the majority of calls. Collectively, the two stations are informally known as the Hellam Township Fire Department. In other words, we work very closely with our brothers and sisters in Wrightsville to provide fire and rescue services to our township and boroughs. The primary coverage area consists of 10,000 citizens residing in these three municipalities, which combined total approximately 29 square miles. The area is made up of residential structures (high population density in the boroughs), industrial facilities, and commercial properties."

Memorial Website: [Web Link]

Physical address:
163 East Market Street
Hallam, PA USA
17406


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