Death Burial Drive

As of August 29th 2014, we have mailed out over 11,000 donation letters for our Death Burial Drive and received just under 900 in return. To those who have donated we thank you very much! This is one of the few benefits that our families get for all the times we have left in the middle of the night or durng Holiday meals. To learn more about the Death Burial Fund click here.

 


Back To School

With the unofficial last weekend of Summer fast approaching we would like to remind everyone that starting shortly after the Labor Day Holiday all of our town's children will be heading back to school. Drivers should be mindful of children waiting on the streets walking to school and waiting for the bus and all obey all flashing lights on buses.

 


Cecil Fire Fundraisers

Please help support The Cecil Fire Company, our sister fire company in Monroe Township, on some of their upcoming fundraisers.

Chicken BAR-B-QUE

Saturday September 20th from 12-5 at The Cecil Fire Company, 295 Whitehall Road in Williamstown. Tickets are $10 which gets you dinner, drink and dessert. To purchase in advance contact Jason Sullivan at (856) 842-3874 or Kevin Faix at (856) 506-7626.
 

Girls Night Out

September 26th from 6-8 at the Scarecrow Factory Country Store 25 East Ave in Woodstown. Join the Cecil Ladies Auxiliary for food, fun and shopping and 20% of the total sales will go to the Ladies Auxiliary.

 


Summer Fire Safety

The Williamstown Fire Company would like to remind all to practice safety and common sense during the summer fire season.

Grilling

    -Keep all grills at least 10 feet from any structure.
    -Never grill indoors or under any overhangs.
    -Never leave grills unattended.
    -Let ashes cool at least 24 hours before disposing of.

Backyard Fire Pits

    -All Fire pits must be kept away from any structure.
    -Do not burn trash.
    -All pits must contain spark suppression screens.
    -Keep fires small and under control.

Fireworks

    -All fire works are illegal in NJ, even if you can buy them in surrounding states.
    -Leave fireworks displays to the professionals.
    -Sparklers burn at over 1200 degrees, hotter then it takes to melt glass!

Heat

    -Stay properly hydrated.
    -Check on the elderly.
    -Provide fresh water and shade for all outdoor pets.