Founded in 1952, the South Franklin VFD is an all-volunteer fire station located in South Franklin Twp. Washington County, Pennsylvania. The operation and equipment of the South Franklin VFD and the Women's Auxiliary rely on funding from monetary donations made to the fire department, rental of the social hall, Women's Auxiliary's bingos and fundraisers.
Founded 1953, South Franklin Women's Auxiliary has a amazing team of regulars and part-time volunteers. We are committed to helping others. We take our convictions and turn them into action. Do you think you would be a good fit? See our form below for more information!
Sunday Bingo - June 9, 2019
Ladie's Night Out - October 26, 2019
Cheryl Ramsey - President
Carole Coon - Vice President
Kathie Jones - Treasurer
Becky Ramsey - Recording Treasurer
Tara Denman - Secretary
Do you have bingo every Sunday?
No. We only have bingo the 2nd Sunday of every month.
Is the kitchen open at bingo?
Yes. The Auxiliary Cafe' is open for every bingo.
To contact our Social Hall Manager, please call the phone number below:
Darla Ricker - Social Hall Manager
Social Hall Phone - 724-225-9255
(leave a message, machine is checked EVERY Wednesday)
OR e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
South Franklin Township has been a municipality since 1892 with several changes. It was first organized as Amwell Township (1781/82) when Washington County was founded, but in 1788 Morris Township formed to the south. Amwell was further divided four years later when Canton Township was founded in the north. In 1855, Franklin Township was formed from parts of Amwell, Canton and Morris Townships, and on Feb. 8, 1892, Franklin Township divided into North and South Franklin Townships.