Erie Chamber Blog
Tuesday May 29,  2018
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On Friday, May 25th, Engine House 39, the first volunteer fire department-owned social club in Erie County, held a grand opening and ribbon cutting ceremony. Members are treated to a robust menu with great variety and atmosphere that honors the work and service of volunteers in firefighting, rescue, and emergency medical services.

Since opening in April, Engine House 39 has worked to create a family-friendly dining experience, as well as a traditional club experience for membership. As a service to the local community, the Engine House welcomes the public for lunch daily from 11 a.m. through 1:30 p.m. The ribbon cutting marked the official opening of the social club and serves as a thank you to those who helped to make it all happen.

Located on Washington Drive in Edinboro, Daryl Parker, Edinboro VFD President, is eager to let the community know that the club exists to provide a sustainable source of funding for delivery of emergency service to residents and visitors to our region – combined with all the benefits of a social club.

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