CHESTERFIELD, MA – We had a great time representing Goshen in todays 4th of July parade in Chesterfield. The smiles on the faces of the young and the young at heart as we drive by is something that never gets old. Front Row (l to r) – Steve Estelle, Bob Labrie. Keith Wright, River Williams, […]
Time lapse video taken from the front bumper of our 1937 Dodge fire truck. The video begins on the runway of the Worthington airport and ends on a shady side street just past the town center. Carnival Overture by Antonín Dvořák – performed by the 2012 MA All States Orchestra
As many of you know, firefighters pride themselves on constantly striving to assist neighboring departments. With that in mind, we stopped at the Chesterfield Fire Department’s station to see if we could help them with setting up for the upcoming 4th of July pancake breakfast. Honest. We didn’t go in.
Congratulations to Goshen Fire Lieutenant Jonathan Schwaiger and his bride Britani on the occasion of their wedding today. Jon and Britani, we wish you nothing but the best as you begin this next chapter of your lives. Thanks for taking us along for the ride.
Over 100 People Attend ‘Wetdown’ of Fire Truck
First new pumper in 23 years gets christened Goshen Fire Department’s new 2008 Darley pumper during the wetdown. This feat was accomplished by pumping water from our tanker to 56-E1 to 56-E4 and finally through our 1937 Dodge. That way, every piece of apparatus was involved in the ceremony. GOSHEN, MA – The Town has […]
500-Gallon Triple Combination Due by Sept. 1; Brand New Firehouse Nearing Completion Source: Daily Hampshire Gazette Goshen – Aug. 29 – The Town of Goshen, incorporated 168 years ago, is about to receive delivery of its first piece of fire-fighting apparatus. Delivery has been promised on or before Sept. 1. Used Hand Extinguishers For many […]
Source: Daily Hampshire Gazette Goshen – Feb. 3 – An article in the warrant for the annual town meeting Feb. 14, calls for action or appropriation relative to the purchase of firefighting equipment. This question has been under consideration since 1945 and in 1946 $200 was voted for chemical fire extinguishers to be placed in […]