Beavertown Rescue Hose Company 20 Fireman's Carnival


Remember and support the Beavertown Rescue Hose Company during their fund raisers

A Fireman's Prayer

He stares in the face of death, without a second thought
to save that one special life, that he so bravely sought

He has walked as close to "hell on earth," as any man could do and he's so proud of the job he did, for people he never knew

He puts his life on the line, every time duty calls
always doing what needs to done, without even a pause

He is a fireman with overwhelming pride
never afraid to take a chance.
When saving someone’s life often he says, "it's my job"  

But we really know that he is very special, and always ready to go

So when you hear the sirens wail, or see the flashing lights
stand aside and look with pride, he's going to save a life. 
The next time your volunteer fire company has a fund raiser, please support them...the equipment you see here isn't free!!!
It's not about the band.... it's about the volunteer firefighters who risk their own lives to save your life and protect your property.  It's also about others who donate their time and energy for the betterment of the community...

THANK them for what they do for you!

The Lucky Afternoon Band thanks and honors you and your service!

Fresh-cut Fries - Awesome Guys!

Families participating in community service!

The "Cook House" Chef -
The sausages /w onion and peppers were FANTASTIC!

Professional BINGO caller....

A smile wherever you go...

Husband and wife working together for the community!

The Beavertown Hose Company Treasurer  "Bookie Faye"
Don't mess with Faye - she'll have you rubbed out!

Bob caught right in the middle of announcements
(gotcha when you're not looking)

Our buddy the potato peeler / slicer
Keep on doin' whatever you do... they taste great!

Lot's of fun games too...


Stick and Dave did try their luck with the dice, beat his throw, and gave the money back - we believe in what you're doing! 
We enjoyed chatting with the "Dice Man"

A happy, smiling face....while helping out the Fire Company!

The administrative staff!

The pizza gang

We must be in...

...Possum Hollow!

Another good ole West Snyder graduate / fire company volunteer .. "Mr. Mattern" always making sure the band is taken care of - THANK YOU!

And once again, THANK YOU to all the Rescue Hose Fire Fighters and Volunteers!

Heading out through the beautiful rolling hills of Snyder County

Possum Hollow - nice and quiet with no one around - yet!

Western Snyder County and McClure native Sue (Baker) Stamm setting up for the show...!

A nice backstage dressing room too!

Lots of great food

Drummer Schrampie enjoying a delicious sausage!

Lots to do!

Carriage rides

Pony rides

The cake wheel was spinning

Peanut scavenger hunt

Stick ring tossing for a soda

People enjoying food and conversation on a beautiful night

We all set guys?
Big Crowd - Let the show begin

Dave & Joe enjoying some

"I love Lucky Afternoon"

Support and Thank the Beavertown Rescue Hose Company for the community services they provide for you!

Lucky Afternoon had a great time...
and everyone was so friendly!!!

Click the envelope to send Dave e-mail and say hello....







We'd love to hear from you!