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Milton Fire Department
Station 85
116 Front Street
Milton, DE 19968

Phone: 302.684.8500
Fax: 302.684.0202

Ongoing Buffalo Wild Wings Fundraiser

Come Support Sta. 85 at BWW. From now until the end of the year, 10% of your sales will be donated to Sta. 85. Please print off the voucher attached to this story and present it to your wait staff. Milton Fire Co. Inc. appreciates all the support and thanks the public and Buffalo Wild Wings for their support. Valid at the Rehoboth BWW.

Command 85 Returns to Service

After being involved in a vehicle accident, 85 Command has been repaired and has entered service sporting a new paint scheme.

Oct 1, 2018

House Fire

At 1608, Sussex EOC alerted Milton, Lewes, and Georgetown Fire Departments for a structure fire on Buckskin Trail, in the Beaver Creek development, just south of Harbeson. As units went responding, Sussex advised units of a car on fire inside an attached garage with an occupant refusing to leave the home. Lt. Millman (85-24) was in the area and arrived on scene to find a two story single family home with smoke showing from the garage and a vehicle on fire in the driveway. Lt. Millman confirmed the occupant was out of the residence. Engine-tanker 85-2 arrived and stretched a preconnect mattydelle line to extinguish the car fire. Engine 77-4 and Engine 82-1 arrived next, and sent their crews to check the garage and residence for extension. Once crews confirmed there was no extension, Command scaled the incident back to the first two engines. A-85 and Medic 106 evaluated one patient, who subsequently was transported to Beebe for evaluation. Lt. Millman placed the scene under control and returned the remaining units. Units responding, ET 85-2, E 85-4, E 77-4, ET 77, E 82-3, E 82-1, TC 82, A-85, Medic 106, DSP, DSFP, DSFM, MPD.

Sep 27, 2018

Annual Golf Outing

The officers and members of the Milton Fire Co. would like to thank all of the sponsors, and players that attended our annual golf outing today. It was a great success. The committee would also like to thank the volunteer members who took time out of their day to assist with the event. The department would also like to thank Chairman Paul Caras III for all his hard work and dedication organizing the event, and to his committee, Jesse Millman, Leeaynne Stewart, Johny Hopkins, Jim Coulbourne, Paul Caras IV, and Jr. Clark for their hard work. Lastly, we would like to thank the Ladies Auxillary who had several ladies at the event helping out in every way. We look forward to seeing everyone again on September 18, 2019.

Sep 19, 2018

Ladies Auxilisary Life Member Patsy Burton Inducted into the Hall of Recognition

Patsy Burton, life member with 45 years of service was inducted into the Hall of Recognition for 2018. Her commitment and untiring efforts have helped keep our auxiliary strong over the past 52 years. As an auxiliary we know that we can always count on her to be there for the auxiliary and her community. Patsy joined the auxiliary in February 1972. By 1977, she accepted the office of Recording secretary for a one-year term. In 1978, she was elected Vice President and held the office for four years before becoming President in 1982. Patsy held the office of President for eight years. During these eight years, our auxiliary grew significantly and we became very active in catering and hosting our bi-annual chicken and dumpling dinners. Patsy was a great leader and very active member and also participated in county and state level meetings throughout the years. Patsy has been active in meetings, functions and every type of fundraiser that we have tried to offer through the auxiliary. She is considered the “resident sweet tea maker” and has it down to a science!! Patsy is a leader, teacher and friend to everyone because she knows how to do everything and is loved by all! Faithful to her auxiliary, town, county and state, Patsy is truly an exemplary member of our organization. Her impact on the Milton Ladies Auxiliary and our community is truly recognized by our memberhip.

Sep 13, 2018

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