Wednesday, November 29th, 2017
FTVFC units assisted with a working brush fire on Boone Hollow Rd in Ligonier Twp. Multiple crews worked to extinguish the fire.
Wednesday, November 29th, 2017
Fire units activated for a male patient who fell from a tree stand and suffered back pain. No extrication was needed. EMS arrived and assumed patient care.
Wednesday, November 22nd, 2017
Crash on Rt 711 at Umhey Rd. 1 patient cared for by EMS. Vehicle was off the roadway.
Sunday, November 19th, 2017
FTVFC units activated for a cover assignment. Units north were assisting at a structure fire in Indiana County. FTVFC units stood by, no calls handled from standby.
Cliff Henderson Fund

The Cliff Henderson Memorial Fund

The Cliff Henderson Memorial Fund was established by members of Fire Departments located in the Ligonier Valley in memory of their friend and brother, and to honor the memory of Cliff.  Cliff was a member of Fairfield Township Volunteer Fire Company #1 and served as Chief for a number of years.  He was diagnosed with cancer and passed away at the age of 62. 

The purpose of the fund is to provide financial support for cancer survivors, victims and their families who reside in the Ligonier Valley School District Area*, as well as Donegal Township and Donegal Borough.  The fund would assist the individual or family with the basic necessities of life, such as food, medical expenses, housing and clothing.

The advisors of the fund will award up to two (2) $500 grants each calendar year. 

*The Ligonier Valley School District Area is defined as: Cook Township, Ligonier Township, Ligonier Borough, Fairfield Township, Bolivar Borough, New Florence Borough, Seward Borough, St. Clair Township, and Laurel Mountain Township.


Update 4/26/10

To All Fire Departments in the Ligonier Valley School District.

Please be advised that due to an increase in donations and return on investments, that the Cliff Henderson memorial Fund will be able to make up to three grants during this fiscal year in the amounts of $500 each. 

To donate to this fund or to apply for assistance from the fund, please contact any fire department in the areas listed above. 

Also, for more information please contact the station at 724-235-2320 at your convenience.

If you need assistance in locating or contacting one of the fire departments please email:




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