Salissa Smith (center), a Hamilton resident looking to get involved with supporting Signal 22, hosts the RWJ gift basket table. Signal 22 volunteers Robert Dansbury (left) and Jack burns.
Slackwood fire company volunteers Ken Fisher and Donquae Douglas.
Trenton police radio tech Bill Vasey (right) and his son Tom look for familiar faces in the pictures of Signal 22's history.
Long time volunteer Robert Dansbury mans the canteen truck as visitors take a tour of the support vehicle and the crew's history.
Continuing the tradition, Trenton resident Daniel Hubscher is the grandson of one of the group's first 5 members of the late 1930s.
Hamilton residents Tiffany Hoffman and her son Ryan at the RWJ Health and Wellness gift basket table entering to win.
Harry and Matilda Ventresca (of Lawrence) sift through their fire safety goody bags handed out by volunteer Connie Johnson (center).
Lawrence local Selena Conde glides along the inflatable slide hosted at the Fun Day fundraiser.
Walter Kramarz, Lou Carlucci and his son Christopher (behind), chief John Donahue, first female member and current president Ruth Arnwine, and (updating).
Lawrence locals Alex Hermann and Luke Bowe rode to Captain Paul's with their fathers Mike Bowe and Ed Hermann.
Out to entertain supporters was the Joe Saint Michael Trio. Lou Cordas on sax, Paul Duritt on drums, and Joe St. Michael on keyboard and vocals.
Walter Kramarz, Lou Carlucci and his son Christopher (behind), chief John Donahue, first female member and current president Ruth Arnwine.