Stop in on April 2nd from 2pm – 7pm, April 3rd from 8am until 6pm or April 4th from 9am until 1pm for our Annual East Flower Sale. We will have an assortment of flowers ranging in price from $5 to $30.
Then join us for an Easter Egg Hunt on April 4th at Noon. There will be separate groups based on age, so don’t hesitate to bring both the little and big kids.
Join us on Friday April 3rd for our Fish Fry Buffet. We will have several types of fish, soup, baked Mac & Cheese, vegetables, and chicken nuggets for the kids. We will also have a few specialty items, but they may go fast, so get here early.
Prices are; $12 for Adults, $10 for Seniors, $6 for kids, Under 5 are Free
Join us on April 12th for our 21st annual Tricky Tray. The doors open at 1:30 pm with an admission fee of only $4. We will provide free coffee and desserts, and there will be plenty of other raffles and door prizes throughout the day. For more information please contact 908-229-9437.
It’s that time of year again. Now that many of us have clocks that automatically change with Daylight Savings Time it is extremely important to not forget about changing your detector batteries. Even if your detectors are hard wired, there is still a battery inside as a backup just in case we lose power. You must change your batteries at least annually, and if your detectors are not hard wired, at least semi-annually.
Also don’t forget to check your dates, smoke detectors are good for 10 years and Carbon Monoxide detectors are good for 5 years. There should be a date sticker on the back, don’t go by when you purchased it or bought your home. If you need assistance in changing your batteries please call the firehouse, NOT 911. We will be happy to assist you in checking your alarms, replacing your batteries, or answering any questions you may have.
Note: We are 100% volunteer so please leave a message and someone will get back you. If you have an emergency call 911.
Firehouse Phone # 732-873-3800
Join us Sunday morning, February 22nd, for our annual Pancake Breakfast Buffet. Bring the entire family and take the morning off from cooking. We will be serving from 8am until 11:30am, but come early because when we run out, That’s it!
$9 for Adults, $7 Seniors, $4 Children under 10
UPDATE: We have sold out of roses. Unfortunately our supplier was unable to provide us with additional roses that we requested. We thank all those that continue to support us, and hope to see you all at our Pancake Breakfast next Sunday.
It’s that special time of year again, it’s time to show those special people in your life that you really care about them. Stop by the firehouse on Friday 2/13 from 7am-7pm or Saturday 2/14 from 9am – 4pm.
Due to the Amwell Rd Bridge being closed, we will only be selling Roses and Cards this year. We also will have limited quantities of Roses available, so get yours early.
We regret to announce the passing of life member George Paris. George was a past President of our Department (1971).
The full obituary can be found here.
Viewing will be a Ryan’s Funeral Home located @ 145 St. Catherine Blvd. Toms River, NJ 08757, on Friday 1/2/15 from 2-4 and 7-9. Burial services will be on 1/3/15 in East Millstone at Cedar Hill Cemetery following service at the funeral home @ 9am.
Please take a moment to help us in our fundraising campaign. Included below is a form to make an electronic donation utilizing our new mobile processing platform. We also ask that you become a supporter of us and share our campaign by completing this short form.
Once again our officers have talked with Santa and will be bringing him around town with a Fire Truck escort. Santa will also be at our station on Saturday 12/20 around 8pm for pictures and a small gift for all those good boys and girls. Santa has also asked us to help those in need by giving him canned food that will be donated to the Franklin Township Food Bank.
Hope to see you all on 12/20 in Wildflower Ridge around 3pm and 12/20 in East Millstone / Millstone Boro area at 6pm.
Join us on Saturday, December 6th @ 7pm for our annual town square tree lighting ceremony. We will sing a few songs, drink hot coco, and start the holiday season off with friends and neighbors.
And mark in your calendar December 20th, as we will be escorting Santa around town before he returns to the firehouse for pictures and small gifts.