Singerly Station 14 Shines on the Last Day of Spring 2013

As Cecil County anticipates the arrival of summer, the Singerly Fire Company Station in Kenmore was looking fine in the late afternoon sunshine on the last day of spring 2013.  Station 14, some seven miles from Elkton, opened in 1978 to serve the far northern part of the fire protection district.  It serves Fair Hill, Providence, Lewisville, Appleton, Cherry Hill, Pleasant Hill, and other northern reaches of the territory.  It was dedicated to Edgar (Speck) Slaughter Jr., who was the chief from 1960 to 1969.  Gary Storke was the president of the company overseeing the opening of the substation, which greatly reduced travel time to an emergency.

Singerly Fire Company Sta. 14 in Kenmore.


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