Month – April 2015

We Have A Twitter Account

Delano Fire Company No. 1  has a new twitter account here.   If you’re on twitter, Why not stay in the loop and follow us? We’ve also added share links for both twitter and facebook to the bottom of every page, along with an email link to make it easier to share our site with members, […]

Hoagie Sale Fundraiser

Yummy!  Delano Fire Company No. 1 is currently taking hoagie orders as a fundraising effort.   If you didn’t try these last month, rest assured that they are delicious!  Some of the best around and you won’t be disappointed in grabbing a bunch of them! You can order either turkey or cold cuts, with or without […]

Mark Your Calendar For The 2015 Block Party!

Delano Fire Company No. 1 is pleased to announce the preliminary plans for our 2015 Block Party.   This years party will be held on August 14th and 15th.   The events on Friday start at 4 PM, with an evening jam featuring Broken Spell from 7:30 to 11:30. You’ll also want to spend Saturday with […]

The Founding Of The Ladies Auxiliary In 1948

The Ladies Auxiliary of Delano Fire Company No. 1 functioned several years before they became an organized group.   Beginning with absolutely nothing and often working with “make shift” equipment, they held picnics, dinners, bake and soup sales… all to raise money for a fire company and a fire house. The original group informally organized in […]

The Volunteer Firemen

Penned by an unknown author……   THE VOLUNTEER FIREMEN         We are often reminded of citizens from all parts of the country who have contributed to the preservation of freedoms and other values in the United States.  There are commendations, accolades and medals, and rightfully so.         But how often does […]

A Few Things To Know About Cell Phones

As we leave another winter behind us, we would like to remind all of our friends and family that remaining alert while navigating the area roadways is always a full time job.   It seems to get easier during the warmer months to falsely assume that the highways and byways are somewhat safer.   Sure, there’s no […]