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Elwood Fire Company 7th Annual Golf Tournament

Elwood Vol Fire Company would like to thank everyone who made this years Golf Tournament a great success. We hope to see you at next years Tournament. It's not too late to donate. Make checks payable to:

EVFC Chariy Golf Tournament
Elwood Vol. Fire Co.
P.O. Box 223
Elwood, NJ 08217

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Special Thanks to this Years Sponsors

Atlantic City Electric
Altec Industries
Reading Equipment & Distribution
Altantic Coast Alarm
Demaio Construction
5Th Construction Company Inc
Lonmurray Plumbing & Heating
Purdy Mechanical
Allen's Oil & Propane
Houpert Truck Service
Steve's Auto Care Center, LLC
Transaxle LLC
Ballamor Golf Club
Canada Dry
Pineland Center @ Mt. Misery
US Foods
Advantage Lawn Care
Butterhof's Farm and Home Supply
Frog Rock Country Club
Certified Insulation
Bluegrass Hydro-Seeding LLC
Guthrie Glass & Mirror Inc
Merit Construction Services
ReMax Communities
Bayshore Ford Truck Sales
Ransome Engine
Baumgardner Construction Co.
Capital Benefit Consultants
Swartz & Co. Inc.
Accudata Systems
Spech Recognation
BTS Foods
H&R Block
Mazza's Flooring America
Mullica Twp. Republican Club
Sons of Italy
Monick Manufacturing Corp.
Versalift East Inc.
Mullica Twp. Education Association
Richard Lanza
State Troopers Superior Officers Assn.
Continential Fire & Safety Inc.
Cresent Tire
Hammonton Fire Company
Kar Auto Recovery
Putnam Investments
Wimberg Funeral Home
Eva Priaino
Hunt /Graebener Family
Joan & Frank Kelly
Joseph & Karen Bordonaro
John Shea
PBA Local 278
Remington & Vernick Engineers
Stockton College Police Department
Andrea Forte/Waltraud Stollenwerk
Brigitte Walters
Jimmy's Lakeside Garage
Senn Oil

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Incident #83 9/18/2008 - Rt 30 & Elwood Rd for a MVA w/Landing Zone Assignment

IncidentsThe Elwood Fire Company was called to Rt30 & Elwood rd at 5:25pm on Sept 18th for an MVA w/Landing Zone Assignment. Engine 16-3 assisted at the MVA while Tanker 16-5 Landed the helicopter at the Mullica Twp School. All units were clear at 6:17pm.

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School Is Open


School is now open, so please be carefull.

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Elwood Fire Fighters Serving in the Military (Up-Date)


Joseph Haden is currently serving in The Marines. Joe graduated from fire rescue training at Goodfellow AFB on June 17th. He graduated with honors at the head of his class. Joe is Currently serving a two year stint in Japan. Joe is serving as a Marine Firefighter.

Specialist Timothy Brining is currently serving in the Army National Guard. In June 2009 Tim was Welcomed home  after 9 months in Iraq serving as an Army Medic

If you would like to thank him for his service you can e-mail him at:

The Elwood Vol Fire Company is very proud for our Firefighters serving in the Military. We are keeping them and their families in our payers as they serve. Thank you for protecting our freedom.

If you would like to send a free printed post card to U.S. military personnel stationed overseas showing your support and appreciation for their service to our country go to:


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Incident #71 8/22/2008 - 433 Burdick Ave for a Shed Fire

IncidentsThe Elwood Fire Company along with Sweetwater Fire Company were called to 433 Burdick ave for a shed fire on August 22 at 12:13pm. On arrival Chief Tomasco found it to be fully involved and called for a pumper from Hammonton. Engine 16-3 arrived and quickly extinguished the fire before it spread any further. All units were clear at 12:58pm.

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Sweetwater Casino Insurance Claim Unresolved Seven Weeks After Fire

Fire-Rescue News

From the Atlantic City Press Published: Wednesday, August 20, 2008

By ERIC SCOTT CAMPBELL Staff Writer, 609-272-7227

MULLICA TOWNSHIP - Seven weeks after a fire destroyed the Sweetwater Casino restaurant, owners Jeff Anastasi and Joe Cavalieri haven't seen any money from their $2 million insurance claim as they try to rebuild, Anastasi said.

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We hit an all time high in the month of July 2008. We had 3,119 visitor and over 14,214 page loads. (Pages Veiwed)

That's more then all 12 months of 2007. See Yearly Visitor Chart below.

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