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The Londonderry Fire Company has teamed up with WHTM 27 News and the Kidde Fire Systems to make sure that there are smoke detectors in every home. Through this program, WHTM 27 News has provided smoke detectors to our company for us to install in homes, free of charge. If you are in need of smoke detectors, please contact the Fire Cheif at 717-944-2175 and leave a message to set up a time for us to come out and install these free smoke detectors.

In addtion to our regular monthly Bing (Sunday July 12th) we will have a special Bingo on Friday July 24th.

Londonderry Fire Co. will hold it's next chicken BBQ on Saturday June 27th. Meals will be available at the firehouse AND The Vineyard at Hershey. The Vineyard will be holding their 3rd annual summer craft fair from noon until 4pm. For more info on the event follow the link below.



It is with a heavy heart and deep regret that we announce the passing of Bonnie Shellenhamer,  our Ambulance Chief, Company Treasurer, and the wife of Fire Chief Bart Shellenhamer.

A tribute to Bonnie's life will be held at Noon on Wednesday January 7th, 2015 at the Masonic Home Brossman Ballroom, 1 Masonic Dr, Elizabethtown, PA 17022. A viewing will be from 10:00am until the time of services Wednesday.  Interment will immediately follow the service at Hillsdale Cemetery, Middletown. 

Memorial Contributions, in lieu of flowers may be sent in Bonnie's name to:
Londonderry Fire Co. P.O. Box 324 Middletown, PA 17057. 


Thanks to the volunteers that made Santa's journy around the Township possible!

Thank you to the families that stopped by the firehouse tonight to provide our members with a home cooked meal and to the kids that made us cards!  We loved having the visitors! 


The members of Londonderry Fire Company send thoughts and prayers to the Elizabethtown and Palmyra Fire Companies. Earlier this morning one of their members (who was a live-in at the Etown station) passed away at the fire house. He was only 22 years old.