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Legal Notice:


PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Kenilworth Volunteer Fire Co. #1 Benevolent Association is holding its first organizational meeting on the 21st day of September, 2021 for the purpose of electing officers and adopting bylaws, as well as for other such general corporate purposes as may come before the members.  The following persons are eligible: “All persons who are now, or have been, or hereafter shall be active volunteer members of the Kenilworth Volunteer Fire Co. #1. in the county of Erie, and who  have  acquired  or shall  hereafter  acquire  the status of exempt volunteer firefighter as defined in section 200 of the general municipal law by virtue of  having rendered  service  in  Kenilworth Volunteer Fire Co. #1., and all persons who are now or hereafter shall be active  volunteer  members  of Kenilworth Volunteer Fire Co. # 1.  All eligible persons must either notify the secretary that they desire membership, either in person at the meeting or by email or mail to the secretary.  All presently active members will automatically be granted membership.


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2022 Fire Company Election Results:

President- Brian Zakrzewski

Vice President- Thomas Kelleher

Secretary- Matthew Porter

Treasurer- Patrick Talmon

Trusstees- Nathan Talmon, Jon Roehner

Chaplain- Kyle Bakowski

Warden- James McGee



2022 Fire Line Election Results:

Chief- Anthony Marano

First Assistant Chief- Ryan Schneggenburger

Second Assistant Chief- Edward Doyle

Captain- Jon Roehner

Captain- Jon Ramsey

Engine 1 Lt- Keith Greiner Jr

Engine 2 Lt- Nicholas Solem

Engine 3 Lt- Nick Henry

2022 Open House will be October 22nd from 12 - 2 pm



 The Kenilworth / Kenmore hockey team took on the Brighton FD hockey team in the Town of Tonawanda 2022 Winterfest Charity hockey game. The charity for this years donation went to the KenTon Kiwanis Club. 

Thank you for your support during out 2022 Lenten Fish Fry

We look forward to seeing everyone in 2023!


Erie County Fire District Officers Installation


On March 17th Kenilworth attended the Erie County Fire District Officers Installation. Every year scholarships are given out to high school seniors in Erie County. We are happy to announce that the Arthur Blachowski Scholarship was given out to Kenilworth Firefighter, Cheyenne Mohr. Cheyenne joined the department when she turned 16. We would like to congratulate Cheyenne on her accomplishments in school and to her community.

American Lung Association Fight For Air Climb


On Saturday March 9th Team Kenilworth participated in the American Lung Association Fight for Air Climb. Firefighters climbed 24 floors (470 stairs) in full turnout gear and air packs to raise funds for healthy lungs and clean air. Team Kenilworth raised over $3000 for the cause.

Finish Times:
00:10:06 Ryan Smith
00:11:05 Dan Kepple
00:14:01 Jimmy Roehner


100 Year Installation and Awards Dinner

On Saturday Feb. 2nd, Town Supervisor Emminger attended our Installation and Awards Dinner. We are celebrating our 100th anniversary this year. Town employee Josh Strauss and Chief Robert Scober were both recognized for their service and dedication to the department


Town of Tonawnada Winterfest Hockey News


Team captains from Kenmore Volunteer Fire Department, Kenilworth Volunteer Fire Co. #1, Town of Tonawanda Police Department, Ellwood Fire Department, and Brighton Volunteer Fire Co. #5 take a moment to present donations to Kenton Meals on Wheels



  On Dec. 5th 2018 firefighters and volunteers gathered food for our annual food drive. Fire trucks were driven through the neighborhood and visited nearly 3,000 homes in our district to collect food donations for those in need this holiday season. All donations collected will be distributed to local food pantries.


Kenilworth Volunteer Fire Co. #1 would like to recognize and celebrate a tremendous milestone in our history. Past Chief Robert W. Schober, celebrates his 60th Anniversary of active service. Bob joined the department on October 13th 1958 and has been an active member ever since. For Kenilworth, this is a first. We have never had anyone reach this milestone. At the October Company meeting, Bob was presented with his 60 year pin and a plaque to thank him for his service to the community. We would like to take this time to congratulate him and thank him for everything he has done for our organization and for the residents in our fire district. Congrats to Bob on 60 years of active service!.



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