The Chatham Township Volunteer Fire Department will be hosting a “Shop & Sip” social shopping event on May 11, 2018 starting at 7 pm at their fire headquarters located at 495 River Road. There is no cost and no registration required to attend. A 50/50 raffle will be held to benefit the department. Donations are
Please join the Chatham Township Volunteer Fire Department on Sunday March 25 for their annual Easter egg Hunt. This event will run from 12:30pm-2:30pm. There will be two different egg hunts based on age groups. This event is FREE to the public. The firemen will provide crafts, games, and a barbecue for all guests. We
The Chatham Township Volunteer Fire Department held its annual officer installation on January 8. Fire Officers for 2016 Chief: Matt Glogolich Deputy Chief: Mike Glogolich Captain: Matt Chase Lieutenants: Steve Cavanaugh, Corey Platt, Matt Lemons Administrative Officers for 2016 President: Kyle Dobiszewski Vice President: Michael Coyne Treasurer: Dave Bruen Recording Secretary: Connor McNally Corresponding Secretary:
The Chatham Township Volunteer Fire Department will be hosting a Fire Prevention Open House Saturday, October 10th, from 1pm to 3 pm at Fire Headquarters on River Road Download the Fire Prevention Day 2015 Flyer The firefighters invite you and your family to a fun filled and educational afternoon. Tour our fire house and see
The Chatham Township Volunteer Fire Department is hosting National Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday, Aug. 4, from 6-9 p.m. at Chatham Township Volunteer Fire Department, 495 River Road. Since 1984, this national event is meant to increase awareness about our police, other local community programs, such as drug prevention, neighborhood watch and other anti-crime
The 6th Annual Chatham Turkey Trot attracted more than 750 runners and raised in excess of $19,000. The Chatham Turkey Trot continues to grow each year as the Chatham community comes together to give thanks for all that we have and to raise funds for those dedicated to protecting and improving the lives of others.
Working smoke alarms can make a life-saving difference in a fire. That’s the message behind this year’s Fire Prevention Week campaign, “Working Smoke Alarms Save Lives: Test Yours Every Month!” Along with firefighters and safety advocates nationwide, Chatham Township and Green Village Volunteer Fire Departments are joining forces with the nonprofit National Fire Protection Association