Salisbury Press

Sunday, July 5, 2020
PRESS PHOTOS BY JIM MARSH These two families enjoyed posing on the Western Salisbury Fire Department restored parade engine at Community Day held at the fire department's Swain Station along Green Acres Drive. On the pavement are mom Heather Schmidt, of Lower Macungie, and her children, Greyson, Olivia and dad, Devin. On the truck are: Bobby Lanyon, of South Whitehall, and his children Jackson and baby Connor, mom Michelle, and son BJ. PRESS PHOTOS BY JIM MARSH These two families enjoyed posing on the Western Salisbury Fire Department restored parade engine at Community Day held at the fire department's Swain Station along Green Acres Drive. On the pavement are mom Heather Schmidt, of Lower Macungie, and her children, Greyson, Olivia and dad, Devin. On the truck are: Bobby Lanyon, of South Whitehall, and his children Jackson and baby Connor, mom Michelle, and son BJ.
In a demonstration that always brings delight to his audience, Western Fire Chief Joshua Wells descends upside down on a rope suspended from the fire department's aerial ladder truck. See additional photos on page A5. In a demonstration that always brings delight to his audience, Western Fire Chief Joshua Wells descends upside down on a rope suspended from the fire department's aerial ladder truck. See additional photos on page A5.
Balloons the Clown was on hand at Community Day to entertain youngsters with his trusty rabbit sidekick. Balloons the Clown was on hand at Community Day to entertain youngsters with his trusty rabbit sidekick.
Brandon Young, of Salisbury, enjoys a puff of cotton candy at last Saturday's WSFD Community Day at Green Acres Park. Brandon Young, of Salisbury, enjoys a puff of cotton candy at last Saturday's WSFD Community Day at Green Acres Park.

Fire department thanks residents for their support with Community Day

Wednesday, September 26, 2012 by The Press in Local News

Western Salisbury Fire Department holds Community Day.