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The Frederick County Volunteer Fire & Rescue Association (FCVFRA)

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Ambassadors Selected to Promote Fire Prevention

Susie Nicol, November 15

While many youths are spending countless hours on social media, a few in Frederick County have put down their phones.

They are not only learning about fire prevention and life safety initiatives, but they'll be taking their message on the road as they represent the Frederick County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association.

The ambassadors for 2019-2020 include Miss Fire Prevention
Meaghan Andrews, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Previous ambassadors from left Jacob Nalborczyk and Ashley Nalborczyk attended the ceremony to support the new team including Miss Fire Prevention 
Meaghan Andrews. Junior Miss Fire Prevention Elizabeth Schubel, Junior Fire Chief Kamerin Jenkins and Little Fire Chief Devin Youngerman.
Previous ambassadors from left Jacob Nalborczyk and Ashley Nalborczyk attended the ceremony to support the new team including Miss Fire Prevention Meaghan Andrews. Junior Miss Fire Prevention Elizabeth Schubel, Junior Fire Chief Kamerin Jenkins and Little Fire Chief Devin Youngerman.

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The names of Frederick County's fallen heroes are inscribed on the memorial. Photo by Susie Nicol
The names of Frederick County's fallen heroes are inscribed on the memorial. Photo by Susie Nicol

Frederick County's Fallen Heroes Remembered

Susie Nicol, November 12

Through the years, several fire and rescue personnel have paid the ultimate sacrifice while serving their Frederick County communities.

The names of fallen heroes are etched on a granite memorial in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Their last alarms range from 1840 to 2019. Their sacrifices were remembered during a brief ceremony Sunday.

“Yesterday is history. And, that is why we are here today recognizing ... (Full Story & Photos)

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