On Monday evening, May 24th, 2021, just after 18:00 hours, several members of the LFC were gathered at the station to welcome home the new Engine 63-2. Deputy Chief, Jeff Keens and Captain, Matt Pfeiffer delivered the new unit with lights and sirens activated to celebrate the occasion. The engine is a 2021 Pierce Enforcer pumper with a 2000 gallon-per-minute pump and a 500-gallon tank. It features a 475 horsepower Cummins diesel motor and is painted the company’s traditional “Omaha Orange”. This engine will be replacing our 1978 Mack pumper which was purchased new and has faithfully served our organization for the last 43 years. The future of the ’78 Mack is still to be determined by the company. The new Pierce engine will be with us until next week when it will head to Glick Fire Equipment for tool mounting. We would like to thank East Lampeter Township, Lancaster Township, and the community that has donated to our organization. Without your financial support, this new pumper would not have been possible.