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The 

Frederick County Volunteer Fire & Rescue Association

(FCVFRA)

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For more information on how to volunteer with The
Frederick County Volunteer Fire & Rescue Services,

 contact Joyce Shry at jshry@frederickcountymd.gov

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Volunteers, access Frederick County online training here.

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Andy Waybright
Andy Waybright

In Memory

FCVFRA, July 01

This Sunday marks the 20th anniversary of the passing of Andrew Waybright. May we never forget those who have gone before us and made the ultimate sacrifice.

William B. Carlton ** Company #2 December 23, 1840

** "First recorded firefighter to die in the line of duty in the State of Maryland"

Harry C. Root Company ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Frederick County Government Services to Be Closed for Independence Day Holiday

Member Joyce Shry, June 29

FREDERICK, MD – Frederick County Government offices will be closed on Monday, July 4, 2022 in observance of the Independence Day holiday. Services will resume at their regularly scheduled times on Tuesday, July 5.

July 4th is a celebration we all hold near and dear and love to participate in. We hope that everyone in Frederick County has a great Independence Day weekend and we also hope that everyone ... (Full Story & Photos)

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LAMSFA Sr. Vice President Jean Main and MSFA 1st Vice President Eric Smothers.

photo credit: MSFA
LAMSFA Sr. Vice President Jean Main and MSFA 1st Vice President Eric Smothers. photo credit: MSFA

Frederick County Volunteers lead the Maryland State Firemen’s Association

Member Joyce Shry, June 27

On Monday, June 20, 2022, during the annual Maryland State Firemen’s Convention in Ocean City, Eric Smothers was elected First Vice President of the Maryland State Firemen’s Association (MSFA) during their 130th Annual Convention.

We are also pleased to announce Jean Main was elected as Senior Vice President of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Maryland State Firemen’s Association (LAMSFA).

Frederick ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Wolfsville Volunteer Fire Company purchases new brush truck - B-216

Member Joyce Shry, June 14

Congratulations to the Wolfsville Volunteer Fire Company on their purchase of their new brush truck B-216.

This truck came in as a blank 2020 Ford F450 dual cab and chassis.

In this custom build, it has:

F-450 4x4 7.3 L gas engine
Aluminum flatbed with headache rack
Custom built storage boxes
Dually conversion to Super Single with a 2.5” lift and 40” tires
Custom Blue Mountain Skid Unit
Whelen ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption 2022 Carnival Season - Are you ready?

FCVFRA, May 23

Prepare yourself for the combination of nice warm evening, good food and fun rides, because carnival season has begun! Just days before a summer carnival starts, the crews come out to the site with rides in tow, transforming a previously empty plot of grass into a midway of rides and games.

Throughout the summer, several of the Frederick County volunteer fire and rescue companies will host their ... (Full Story & Photos)

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MOVE OVER, SLOW DOWN - IT'S THE LAW!

FCVFRA, January 30

All year long, we feel it necessary to remind everyone about the ‘MOVE OVER’ Law which was intended to increase safety for fire and EMS personnel, police, and bicyclists. Effective October 1, 2018 Maryland’s Move Over law was expanded to include transportation, service and utility vehicles, as well as waste and recycling trucks, with yellow or amber flashing lights or signal devices. These vehicles ... (Full Story & Photos)

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FCVFRA, May 04

Keep the fun on the water coming -- whether it's a fishing boat, a canoe, or a personal watercraft that "floats your boat." Operator inexperience, inattention, recklessness, and speeding are the four leading causes of tragic watercraft crashes and the leading cause of death is drowning.

According to the American Boating Association, in the most recent year with complete data, the US Coast Guard ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Changes to the FCVFRA Website

Treasurer Mark Vassallo, April 26

We are in the process of making changes to the website. We are currently adding the complete (PROJECT COMPLETED) Polices and Procedures SOP's to the document section. It will involve a number of postings which will generate a number of e-mails. Please stand by while we upgrade the site.The home page size has been changed and we have doubled the number of news items shown. We have also placed fundraising ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Hall of Fame Winners.
Front row (l to r) William Shade, Darrell Johnson, Kim Shelton and Eugene Estes.
Back row (l to r) Leon Stover, Thomas Lakin, Lisa Miller and Nelson Smith.  Missing from photo is Todd Johnson of Junior Fire Company and Wayne Lewis of Wolfsville Volunteer Fire Company.
(Photo credit: Cathy Dunn)
Hall of Fame Winners. Front row (l to r) William Shade, Darrell Johnson, Kim Shelton and Eugene Estes. Back row (l to r) Leon Stover, Thomas Lakin, Lisa Miller and Nelson Smith. Missing from photo is Todd Johnson of Junior Fire Company and Wayne Lewis of Wolfsville Volunteer Fire Company. (Photo credit: Cathy Dunn)

Volunteers Lauded During Annual FCVFRA Awards Ceremony

Susie Nicol, April 19

WALKERSVILLE – Emergency services personnel from across the county were lauded Monday night for their dedication as they serve their communities.

Among those honored during the annual Frederick County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association awards ceremony were people who work hard behind the scene as well as responders who not only answered the calls, but saved lives.

“Daily, our volunteers proudly ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Frederick County Fire/Rescue Museum Opens April 2

Susie Nicol, April 01

The Frederick County Fire/Rescue Museum will open for the season at noon April 2.

The museum on South Seton Avenue in Emmitsburg will be open on weekends from noon to 4 p.m.

Volunteers spent last Sunday sweeping, dusting and getting ready for visitors.

"I think we'll be busy especially since we were closed due to the pandemic," Museum President Chip Jewell told the group. "Many people are anxious ... (Full Story & Photos)

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