On March 7, 1967 the Eynon Hose Company #3 Ladies Auxiliary was incorporated. The auxiliary supported the firemen in all fund raising activities and picnics. There were originally 24 members.
The first officers were as follows:
President: Marie Rudalavage
Vice President: Rosayne Maskie
Secretary: Jean Vladika
Treasurer: Antoinette Abbott
In 1970 the company then bought a Ward La France pumper and purchased 3.5 acres of land on Thomas Street. The money for those projects was raised through envelope drives, picnics, and chicken barbecues. Many local residents volunteered their time and labor to help construct the Firehouse.
In 1971 the company hosted Northeastern Pennsylvania Volunteer Fireman’s Federation Convention.
In 1993, the company purchased a new KME Renegade Engine to replace the aging Ward La France Pumper. This engine is still in service and is equipped with a Cascade System and a newly purchased Thermal Imaging Camera.
Today, the Eynon Hose Company No. 3 (Station 33) has a total of 65 members. The company is still providing fire protection for the developing town of Eynon and supports neighboring towns as well. The members of the department are as the motto states “Always Ready” to lend a supporting hand to the community.