The Pennington Fire Company hosted the 2016 Mercer County Fire Parade in honor of their 125th anniversary on Saturday October 1, 2016. The parade was chock full of fire trucks and marching units from about 30 fire companies units and proceeded from Main Street to Delaware Avenue. Afterwards, parade goers and marchers enjoyed festivities and refreshments at Rosedale Park with the tunes from Scoville Blues.
Dick Pratt, Pennington’s oldest member, at 87, served as the parade’s Grand Marshall. Mr. Pratt joined the fire company in 1959 and has been an active member since. Over the years, he has held many positions within the company.
Photo credit: Michael Chipowsky
The Pennington Fire Company will also be hosting their Annual Pancake Breakfast and Open House this year on Sunday October 9th from 8am-noon. All you can eat pancakes, bacon, sausage, home fries, toast, and scrambled eggs. Visit your local firehouse, get a great breakfast, and show your support for our volunteer firefighters. Come early before they sell out!
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