The Centredale Fire Association has been granted the use of the basement of the old station for its regular use by the town.  It contains a full kitchen, cloakroom, chief's office, dining/meeting hall and restrooms.  Neatly organized around its walls are photos, articles and memorabilia from 1906 to present, in chronological order.  Many of today's career firefighters would discover photos of not only their predecessors, but family members as well, who were actively involved in the volunteer companies of the day.

   Firefighter's Memorial Hall is used for monthly association meetings, dinner and party functions and informal gatherings, as well as to capture the rich history of the dedicated men and women of the community.  We invite you to join our organization, attend the famous holiday dinner parties (such as the St. Patrick's Day dinner shown below), or simply visit and tour the facility.