Fire Museum President Bill Rehr will be presenting a 15 minute program on BCTV on Monday, July 24, 2017 at 7:45PM on behalf of the Reading Area Firefighters Museum. You may view it on the following cable channels:
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The Reading Area Firefighters Museum Board of Directors is pleased to announce that they have appointed R. John Trimble Jr. to serve as the Museums new Curator. John will be filling the shoes of past curator Earl Bansner. Earl has served the museum as curator for the past 13 years and has been an important key figure in the museums history. Earl will still be involved and will be overseeing the growing apparatus collection at the museum. We would like to thank Earl for his continued dedication and support of the Fire Museum.
John has been an active volunteer with the museum for the past four years and brings his knowledge and devotion to protect, preserve and promote the rich firefighting history here in Berks County and are looking forward to what he has in store for our exhibits as we embark on several preservation and rehabilitation projects of the Liberty Fire station building in the upcoming months.
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An outstanding group of students and teachers from Tyson-Scheoner Elementary visited the Museum today. Thanks to all the students for their participation in our activities (pictured stop/drop/roll) and to Mrs. Degler, Mrs. Lloyd, Mrs. Encarnacion and Mrs. Wells.
Happy Fourth of July! From the Museum Archives, here is the Liberty Fire Co. No.5 all decked out in flags circa 1948.