Welcome to the Keystone Hook and Ladder Company No. 1
100% VOLUNTEER – ALL THE TIME and PROUDLY SERVING AND PROTECTING MYERSTOWN & JACKSON TOWNSHIP SINCE 1875
Knox Box Rapid Entry System – To provide the Fire Department quick and secure access to your property in case of emergency. If interested for your Residential or Commercial building contact Deputy Chief Yiengst at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information or authorization order forms.
21th Annual Golf Outing - The golf outing was held on Friday, August 30, 2019 at the Blue Mountain View Golf Course. Last year's golf outing unfortunately was a complete wash out due to the flood event but this year we has great weather for the outing. Thank you to all the golfers and sponsors to make it a great success. Over the last 21 years, we have raised more than $70,000 from the golf outings to help support the fire company.
Mr Sticky, Sticky Buns - The Fall sale of sticky buns will be on November 15th & 16th .
Single $3.50 Each and $20 for a 1/2 dozen. Tickets still available or stop by and pick them up.
2020 MERCHANDISE CLUB - The Keystone will be running the Merchandise Club fundraiser again and it will will run for 25 weeks starting in January of 2020.
Asst. Engineer Glenn Martin, Lt. Kyle Stauffer and Asst. Chief Mike Shaak traveled to Bradenton, Florida on August 21 thru 24 for the final inspection of our new Pierce Saber engine on the Gray Floor. Allen Civita and David Civita, originally from Myerstown and members at the Keystone Hook and...
The Keystone hosted the 95th Annual Convention of the Lebanon County Firefighters’ Association on Friday, June 16th and Saturday, June 17th. The Keystone's Officers and Members would like to thank everyone that helped to make the event a big success which included but ...
Shortly after Midnight units were dispatched for a possible building fire on Railroad Street in the Borough. Engine 31 was first arriving and found a well involved building. The engine crew stretched multiple lines as the truck was setting up for elevated master stream operations. Crews worked throu...