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By Assistant Chief Keith Grierson
April 13, 2020

As it looks like the storms have thankfully passed - a reminder Skippack Fire Company will be joining other fire company's, houses of worship and individuals across Montgomery County to show solidarity by extending appreciation to our brothers and sisters at Skippack Emergency Medical Services, Pennsylvania State Police, other area EMT's and paramedics, health care workers, educators and others for their service during COVID-19 stay-at-home orders.

Our sirens will activate Tonight at 7 p.m, as a sign of thanks and unity for one cycle. A second cycle of the siren will follow, as we remember Past Chief Jim Keyser. Jim passed away last week. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Jim. Jim was a past Chief of Schwenksville Fire Company. He was dedicated to providing the residents of Schwenksville and surrounding communities with outstanding service for many years.

State Rep. Joe Ciresi, stated “Since last month, our citizens have shown tremendous resolve, kindness, and poise in the face of unprecedented uncertainty,”. “I cannot thank our EMTs, nurses, doctors, police officers, and all health and safety workers enough for persevering in the face of this invisible enemy. They are keeping us alive. So, I am asking for a public show of solidarity -- that we can all find joy in while staying safely at home.”

Township and Montgomery County residents can participate by ringing their bells, honking their horns, or otherwise making a joyful noise at home in their front yard while still practicing social distancing. Ciresi encourages everyone to adhere to the stay-at-home order issued by Gov. Tom Wolf for all 67 counties, in place until at least April 30.

We here at the Skippack Fire Company, are thankful, for all those in service during this pandemic. We also thank all others, (helping us help you) by doing your part in "staying home". Stay safe and stay healthy!

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