August 23, 2016

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Chief Cole Memorial Fire Muster

Updated On: Jul 09, 2016 (19:51:00)

On October 8, 2016 at 9:00am the Williamsport Firefighters Local 736 will hold a benefit Fire Muster in honor of Platoon Chief Jeff Cole.  The event will be held at the Susquehanna State Park in Williamsport, PA.  For more information click the attachment below.

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Williamsport Fire Documentary

Posted On: Apr 19, 2013 (21:22:46)

A Lycoming College student named Tom Lurie, rode with all 4 platoons of the Williamsport Bureau of Fire for 6 months.Over that time, he filmed hours of footage, and edited it into a 15 minute documentary. Out of 11 movies, Tommy won the award for best documentary, and also won the big award for best overall movie. It was a pleasure working with Tommy, and we would like to congratulate him, and wish him luck in the future. Here is the link to his documentary.


Car Seat Safety Checks

Posted On: Aug 03, 2012 (18:00:14)


Safe Kids Lycoming County, in partnership with the Williamsport Firefighters, has Certified Child Safety Seat Technicians available by appointment to provide FREE safety seat inspections for everyone.
Expectant Mothers & Fathers
Even though your child is not here yet you can still get your safety seat inspected. Just bring the base and the safety seat with you and we can make sure that it’s ready to go in time to bring home your bundle of joy.
(Please plan to have your safety seat inspected at least one-month before your baby’s due date.)
All safety seat inspections are performed at the Bureau of Fire Headquarters, located at 440 Walnut Street in Williamsport. All inspections must be set up by appointment.
For more information on Child Passenger Safety, please visit For additional information visit and
Appointments can be made by contacting Reneé Smith at (570) 327-1602 or email at
Project Lifesaver

Posted On: May 25, 2012 (16:14:18)

Project Lifesaver is an organization that started in Chesapeake, Virginia in 1999 to provide aid to those afflicted with Alzheimer's Disease, dementia, Autism, Down's Syndrome and similar disorders that may cause disorientation and wandering behaviors. Project Lifesaver uses a radio frequency transmitter to locate individuals who may have become disoriented or have wandered.  This is the same technology that has been used to track wildlife for more than 30 years. Over 10,000 people are currently enrolled in Project Lifesaver in 41 states and 1 Canadian Province.  There have been more than 1500 searches take place with a rescue rate of 100%; with an average rescue time of under 30 minutes.  

Hope Enterprises, Inc. is the local administrator for Project Lifesaver services.  Hope is responsible for determining eligibility, completing paperwork, reviewing fee schedules, and placing the transmitter band on the person.

The Williamsport Firefighters Local 736 is proud to announce that we are trained to service and use Project Lifesaver equipment.  We currently service several transmitters in the City of Williamsport, and we are certified to use the tracking equipment that we station at Fire Headquarters.

More information can be found by reaching Hope Enterprises, Inc by email at or by calling 570-326-3745 ext. 1239.

By visiting the Hope Enterprises, Inc website at

At the Project Lifesaver website at



Nine-Year-Old Raises Money to Benefit Fire Fighter With Cancer

Posted On: Sep 16, 2011 (13:45:05)

The following article was posted in the IAFF website at

Nine-Year-Old Raises Money to Benefit Fire Fighter With Cancer

September 15, 2011 – After Williamsport, PA Local 736 member Jeff Cole was diagnosed with cancer, affiliate members and others rallied around him in support. But perhaps the most touching support came from nine-year-old Carlee Weber, who raised $415 for Cole selling lemonade.

Weber has always been special to Cole and the members of Local 736. Not only is she Local 736 Vice President Keith Lucas’s stepdaughter, but also serves as the affiliate’s MDA Goodwill Ambassador.

The lemonade stand was Carlee’s idea. Local 736 Vice President Lucas recalls that soon after she heard of Cole’s diagnosis, she asked him to take her to Lowe’s. When he asked why, she said she wanted to get some wood to build a lemonade stand. She planned to give the money she earned to Cole.

“He [Cole] has always been there for me when I needed him and I wanted to do the same for him,” Carlee told Lucas.

With the money in hand, Carlee visited the firehouse to present the money she raised to Cole. “It was a really heart-warming moment,” says Lucas. “No one told him that she had raised the money. So, he was really surprised and touched by what she had done.”

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