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No Caption Two Weeks to the Battle of the Badges!

Member NSFC Webmaster, July 16

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4h Annual Battle of the Badges - 2025 Dodge Ram 1500 Big Horn® Giveaway!!

Member NSFC Webmaster, July 09

2025 Dodge Ram 1500 Big Horn® Giveaway!!
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No Caption TBT - Fire at the New High School, June 1957

Member NSFC Webmaster, June 13

June 19, 1957

A little over a year after the devastating fire that burned down the Marple Newtown High School, (now the Gauntlet Center), members of the Newtown Square fire Company responded to a fire at new high school (present day location) that was under construction.

Members are shown in action as a roofing tar fire threatened the new high school presently under construction. The fire was close ... (Full Story & Photos)

Busy Day!

Member NSFC Webmaster, June 06

The Newtown Square Fire Company responded to 10 calls along West Chester Pike in the St Albans section of town for the smell of smoke in the building. As these calls came in a relatively short period of time, and involved commercial businesses, several mutual aid fire companies assisted, including Broomall, Berwyn, Media, Rosetree Radnor and MICU 104B.

The source of the issue turned out to be two ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Member NSFC Webmaster, June 05

The date was June 4th, the events were 50 years apart. June 4, 1966, the 50th Anniversary of the Newtown Square Fire Company, and the dedication for the new building. June 4, 2016, the 100th Anniversary of the fire company and the parade ended at location of the yet to be built “newer” fire house.

Attending BOTH parades were Danny Cosfol, Charlie Nicholas, Robert Allison, Doug Conway, and Carl Ewing. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Remembering on Memorial Day

Member Preston Tyrrell, May 27

Today we remember Fire Company Member, Melvin Daughten. He is (To the best of our knowledge) the only Fire Company member to be killed in action. In the early summer of 1945, as the war drew to a close, Melvin Doughten, lost his life while defending our country. Melvin was driving a tank at night over a bridge and the tank ended up in the water killing all aboard.

Melvin Doughten - Valedictorian ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Throw Back Thursday – Live Fire Training

Member NSFC Webmaster, May 23

A timely throwback to 1998. Training is key in the fire service and having the opportunity to have live fire training is an invaluable opportunity. Members of the Newtown Square Fire Company along with Bon Air and Llanerch Fire Companies travel to Fort Indiantown Gap to participate in training on old military barracks that were scheduled for demolition.

After a day of training in which small fires ... (Full Story & Photos)

TBT - Time Capsule 1965

Member NSFC Webmaster, May 09

Saturday, May 9, 1965.

The members of the Newtown Square Fire Company came to the vacant lot next to the fire house that had just been knocked down. They were there to witness the opening of the time capsule which was sealed in 1917.

With several charter members on hand to witness, the copper time capsule is opened. In attendance are Suzi Monahan (her 27th birthday), her husband Jack, Stephen, ... (Full Story & Photos)

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