Whitehouse Rescue Squad, Readington, NJ shared a link.

Announcing our new event, Hay Day at the Readington River Buffalo Farm, Saturday, September 30th from 9-5. A fun fall festival for the entire family on the Buffalo Farm!

Our annual Buffalo Watch in May had inclement weather, so we decided to re-do the event in the fall. We will have the same vendors as well as new ones, food trucks, live entertainment, military displays, corn maze, pumpkin picking and lots of fun for the entire family.

The Red River Saloon will be open and serving wine and beer. We re-created an authentic Wild West Saloon in an old barn where you can enjoy a beverage (21 and older to consume alcohol). All proceeds to benefit the squad!

$5.00 per vehicle donation will get your family into the event. Come out and have a fun day on the farm and experience a piece of Americana, all while supporting the Whitehouse Rescue Squad.

Interested in becoming a vendor? Visit whitehouserescue.com/hayday for a vendor application.

Whitehouse Rescue Squad, Readington, NJ shared a link.

Just another day in Whitehouse! 🐶

Lt. Moore and EMT Duarte stopped by Furrylicious Pet Salon & Boutique today to check out the pups.

Here's some of the Readington Township EMT loving on the Furrylicious puppies!

We are happy to report that our previous Heavy Rescue Unit has been repurposed and refurbished to serve the residents of the Tabernacle, NJ area.

The Tabernacle Rescue Squad purchased this unit last year once our new unit went in service. Great job on your hard work to refurbish this unit!

Last year TRS officers identified a need for a larger special operations apparatus. Our 1990 EVI/Ford had become overloaded with equipment to do the the many jobs it was needed for. After searching, a 1995 Rescue One/Volvo was identified as an option for replacement. This apparatus was the former rescue truck for Whitehouse Rescue Squad, Readington, NJ. By working with them and First Priority Emergency Vehicles our former 4398 was traded for this "new" truck.

Our volunteers set to work on the refurbishing the truck. Much of the work, besides paint, was done in house by your volunteers. Our engineer designed and manufactured mounting brackets and equipment, our resident artist lettered the truck, and all our members pitched in to scrape, clean, and prep equipment.

All of this work coupled with trading a truck in, and buying used, saved the residents of Tabernacle hundreds of thousands of dollars over a brand new truck. The results of all that hard work are in and we present you our "new" Special Operations 4398. This apparatus will serve primarily as our rehab truck but also carry equipment for equine rescue and a secondary set of vehicle extrication equipment should Rescue 4399 be otherwise committed or down for service.

We're excited to share this work and "new" blue team member. Feel free to stop at the station to take a look. Since our volunteers will serve our community with this truck we can think of no better time to first show it off than our Tabernacle Community Fall Festival and Touch a Truck hosted by and to support our own Cub Scout Pack 439, Education Foundation of Tabernacle Township and, Tabernacle Public Schools. We hope you stop out to check out the "new" 4398 and all the other trucks!

We'd like to thank Whitehouse Rescue Squad, First Priority, and Hainesport Enterprises, Inc. for all the help with this piece of apparatus as well as our residents for their continued support of our Rescue Squad and mission. #hometownsquad #bluecrew #NewToUs #RescueEMS

We've partnered with Schaefer Farms for their second annual hot sauce festival, Saucetoberfest.

A portion of the proceeds from this event benefits the squad.

If you're a lover of anything hot, you need to be there!

Had a great night at the Tewksbury Police National Night Out, Christie Hoffman Park in Tewksbury.

Fun night at the Readington Township Police Department National Night Out.

Thanks to Sorella's Pizza & Pasta for providing the refreshments and staff to cook all the food.

Music by Ed Jankiewicz

Stop by and see us tonight at Pickell Park in Readington. 6-8pm

Come out and visit us and support the Readington Township Police at National Night Out. Tuesday, August 1st, 6pm-8pm at the Readington Township Municipal Building and Pickell Park.

Refreshements and fun for the entire family!