East Penn Press

Friday, October 18, 2019
PRESS PHOTO BY JIM MARSHChildren and their parents are able to get an upclose look at the Lehigh Valley Health Network MedEvac helicopter at the community day activities sponsored by firefighters from the township’s two fire stations. Additional photos appear on Page A7. PRESS PHOTO BY JIM MARSHChildren and their parents are able to get an upclose look at the Lehigh Valley Health Network MedEvac helicopter at the community day activities sponsored by firefighters from the township’s two fire stations. Additional photos appear on Page A7.
Aided by Macungie Ambulance EMT Braden Damitz, Sara Smith, a nearby neighbor to the Upper Milford Township municipal building campus, looks over coloring books and other swag to give to her grandchildren during the township’s Oct. 5 community day activities sponsored by firefighters from the township’s two fire stations. Aided by Macungie Ambulance EMT Braden Damitz, Sara Smith, a nearby neighbor to the Upper Milford Township municipal building campus, looks over coloring books and other swag to give to her grandchildren during the township’s Oct. 5 community day activities sponsored by firefighters from the township’s two fire stations.
PRESS PHOTOS BY JIM MARSHQuinn Freiberger, of Emmaus, does not want to pose with mom Marta and Vera Cruz firefighter Kris Bawden at the Upper Milford Fire Department community day activities held Oct. 5 at the Upper Milford Township building campus along Chestnut Street in Shimersville. PRESS PHOTOS BY JIM MARSHQuinn Freiberger, of Emmaus, does not want to pose with mom Marta and Vera Cruz firefighter Kris Bawden at the Upper Milford Fire Department community day activities held Oct. 5 at the Upper Milford Township building campus along Chestnut Street in Shimersville.

UPPER MILFORD TOWNSHIP

Wednesday, October 9, 2019 by JIM MARSH Special to The Press in Local News

Firefighters host community day

Firefighters from the Vera Cruz and Zionsville fire stations of the Upper Milford Fire Department held their annual community day activities at the Upper Milford Township municipal building complex Oct. 5.

Fire, ambulance and Pennsylvania State Police units attended as well. The Lehigh County Emergency Services command and communications vehicle and a medevac helicopter were a draw for youngsters and their parents and grandparents. A bounce house and games also drew youngsters and The Miller-Keystone Blood Center Bloodmobile held a donor drive during the community day. Firefighters helped youngsters pose for cellphone photos decked out in fire turnout gear for a souvenir remembrance of the day’s activities.