Our members had a good time participating in this event with the Whitehouse Fire Company.

On Wednesday, November 1, students from the Midland School experienced a fire and safety visit to the Whitehouse Fire Company. Midland School teachers commended all presenters on their successful mission to increase self-empowerment and reduce stress during fire and medical emergencies.

Through presentation and hands-on exercises, they learned essential self-help skills as Stop, Cover, Drop and Roll; exiting by crawling and recognizing signs of fire. Demonstrations included smoke detector operation and how a firefighter gears up for fires.

Each student took turns as fire hose nozzle person as they moved an empty fire hose through a simulated burning room. After trying on fire coats and being provided their own fire helmets, photos were taken. The Whitehouse Rescue Squad gave students experience of being in a stretcher and touring their first response ambulance.

The Whitehouse Fire Company welcomes the opportunity to present to your organization as part of our community safety outreach. Please call our non-emergency telephone and leave a message for the fire safety presentation committee.

We enjoyed participating at the annual Hunterdon County Touch-A-Truck, held this past weekend at Deerpath Park in Readington.

Thank you to the Three Bridges School for recognizing and showing their thanks to Readington’s First Responders!

The Student Voice Members enjoyed meeting everyone and asking questions.

Whitehouse Rescue Squad, Readington, NJ shared Whitehouse Fire Company's post.

Our thoughts and prayers are with the Three Bridges Volunteer Fire Company today as they mourn the passing of firefighter Pat Kennedy. Pat has served as Vice President and chaired numerous committees during his time with the fire company. He worked as a Paramedic for several organizations; HMC MICU, Atlantic Health, UMDNJ and served as Flight Medic on NJSP NorthStar.
The Kennedy family and all of Pat's friends are in our thoughts and prayers today.
May you rest in peace, Pat. You will be missed.

Our new sign area is complete!

Thanks to the hard work of Zachary Brembt and the Scouts from Troop 1969 in Readington, we have a beautiful, updated entrance sign.

Zachary and his Troop received donations of material from many local businesses.

Thank you very much for your efforts to improve the look of our Main Street location!

Come out and support our partners of the Whitehouse Fire Company at their annual holiday craft show in November.

Our 18th annual holiday craft show is less than 3 weeks away!
Here's a sample of what you will find when you come to see us on the 11th or 12th of November.

Changewater Designs: Fragrant Balsam Fir Pillows made with recycled interior design fabrics. New this year…….Recycled old bottles and door samples with ephemera: vintage illustrations, papers, and trinkets. All handmade in Changewater, NJ!

Put our show on your calendar today - you don't want to miss it!
(And don't forget to stay for lunch at the firehouse cafe!)

We were part of the chain of survival for resident Nick Zahos who suffered sudden cardiac arrest.

Nick has made a wonderful, full recovery!

When Nick Zahos stopped breathing, it was his brother who stepped in and saved his life. http://nj-ne.ws/6sSe8Nw

Work commences on our new sign area today.

Eagle Scout project, led by Zachary Brembt from Troop 1969 in Readington started working on a new sign and planter area in front of our building on Main Street.

Zachary and his Troop received donations of material from many local businesses.

We participated today along with other Hunterdon County EMS agencies at the annual Far Hills Race Meeting with our Gator.

Pictured is Lt. Moore and EMT Conner