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Election Results!!!
Thursday, December 11, 2014 
Chief - Steve Connors Deputy Chief - Bill Kelly Sr. President - Allen Metheny Vice President - Billie Fisler Chief Engineer - Fred Roberts Jr. Ambulance Captain - Linda Lewis Treasurer - Clarence Washburn Secretary - Deanna Ballek Director of Rec. & Morale - Raymond Morris Director of Personnel - Danny Fox Director of Finance - Frank Ballek Jr. Trustees - Robert Quillen and Menno Miller Congratulations to all!!!

Kent County Fire Prevention Awards
Sunday, December 7, 2014 
This afternoon, the Station 42 (Milford) hosted the annual Kent County Fire Prevention Awards Ceremony. Hartly had 3 students in our district place. Congratulations to all the winners!!!

Hartly Gets Into The Holiday Spirit
Sunday, December 7, 2014 
This afternoon, president Allen Metheny, 1st. Lt. Fox and Crewleader Read placed Christmas lights on the front of the firehouse.

New York Trip
Saturday, December 6, 2014 
This past weekend, members of the company travel to the Big Apple to view the 9/11 memorial museum. A great time was had by all and a special thank you goes our to 2nd Asst. Chief Raymond Morris and Chariots For Hire Bus Service for making the trip possible.

Mourning the loss of a sister
Friday, December 5, 2014 
Hartly's Volunteers would like to extend our deepest condolences to our Brothers and Sisters from the Bowers Volunteer Fire Company (Station 40) while they mourn the loss of one of their own. Brittney Ford, a junior member, passed today at 1200 from injuries sustained at a motor vehicle accident. We ask that you keep the family of this young lady and the members in your thoughts and prayers as they transition through this tough time. Death is never easy, but extra support is always needed when the loss of life is one shortly lived. Helen Keller once said “The best and most beautiful things in the world cannot be seen, nor touched, but are felt in the heart.” For more details and future service information, please visit Station 40's page as provided.

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Special Ops Assist Station 41 (CWFC)
Friday, November 21, 2014 
In the afternoon hours, Station 51, Station 43 (Cheswold) and Station 53 (Leipsic) were all alerted for the special operations company to assist Station 41 (Camden-Wyoming) with a vehicle into a structure. Once 51, 43, and 53 units arrived, crews went to work building a shoring device so the car could safely be removed. Once the shore put in place and the vehicle was removed, 51 units returned to service.

RIT Assist Station 41 (CWFC)
Thursday, November 13, 2014 
In the morning hours, Station 41 (Camden-Wyoming), Station 56 (Marydel), Station 46 (Dover) and Station 51 were all alerted for a working house fire in the 1400 block of Cow Marsh Creek Road. 41 units arrived on location and reported a SFD with fire showing from the alpha side. Crews from 41 stretched a hand line into the residence and started to put a knock on the fire. As the incident continued on, command 41 requested an additional tanker company due to the rural area of the call which lead to Station 48 (Felton) being alerted. As units arrived on location, command directed them to do various jobs such as assisting with fire control, searching and the beginning stages of overhaul. Once the bulk of the fire was knocked and all searches came up negative, command placed the scene under control with units working. Hartly's volunteers remained on scene and assisted with extensive overhaul along with other companies. Once overhaul was complete, units were released and command was terminated while turning the scene over to FM28.

Monday, November 10, 2014 
While 51 units were operating at a special operations call in Station 41's local, Station 51 was again alerted for an MVC in the 2000 block of Lockwood Chapel Road. 51-3 and B-51 arrived on location and found a single vehicle partially in a ditch with one patient outside the vehicle. 51-3's crew split between securing the vehicle and assisting BLS. During intial assessment of the patient, patient advised that the vehicle had rolled several times before coming to rest in the ditch. After learning that, ALS was then alerted. Once the vehicle was stabilized, command 51 placed the scene under control with B-51 transporting to KGH.

Structural Training
Tuesday, November 4, 2014 
Members got together tonight for some structural training at the DSFS.

Assist QAC Station 6 (Sudlersville)
Sunday, November 2, 2014 
In the early afternoon hours, Station 51 was alerted for a Tanker Company assist QAC Maryland Station 6 (Sudlersville) with a smoke investigation. As 51 units were responding, Chief 6 arrived on location of a two story SFD with smoke showing and requested that the box be filled. 51-3 arrived on location and was directed to assist interior crews with fire suppression and checking for extension. Tanker 51 arrived on location moments later and it's crew was advised to throw a ground ladder to a second story window before going inside to assist crews on the second floor with checking for extension. Interior crews contained the fire to one room and partial extension up a wall and into the second floor. After crews pulled ceiling and removed some of the flooring on the second floor, everything was wet down before the FM conducted their investigation. After overhaul, command released 51 units shortly afterwards.

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