The Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department is one of 9 totally volunteer fire departments

LOOKING FOR DEDICATED VOLUNTEER!
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The GVFD is always looking for volunteers to join its active membership and comprised of active members from teenagers to seniors. While a predominant number of active members are young, members of all ages are welcome.

The department does not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, national origin, age, or sex and opportunities within the organization are equally available to everyone meeting established criteria.

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Phone: 410-827-8100
(For emergencies dial 911)

Email: Grasonvillevolunteers@yahoo.com

4128 Main Street
P.O. Box 457
Grasonville, MD 21638

Welcome!

The Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department is one of 9 totally volunteer fire departments in Queen Anne’s County Maryland. Station 2 is located at 4128 Main Street in the heart of Grasonville. The department prides itself on giving the residents of Grasonville and surrounding communities the very best service possible.

The Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department was first established in the summer of 1958.

History

There were 36 original charter members in 1958. These thirty six men, together with nothing more than a desire to serve their community, founded one of the finest fire companies in Maryland.

The Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department became the first Rescue company in Queen Anne’s County.

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Our Monthly Chicken BBQ is this Sunday. Stop by and Grab a delicious meal. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Monthly Chicken BBQ is this Sunday.  Stop by and Grab a delicious meal.

TONIGHT from 5 pm to 8 pm. Let us do the cooking for you. ... See MoreSee Less

TONIGHT from 5 pm to 8 pm.  Let us do the cooking for you.

Engine 25 handled the Landing Zone for Maryland State Police - Aviation Command Trooper 1 at the Queen Anne Emergency Room earlier today. ... See MoreSee Less

Engine 25 handled the Landing Zone for Maryland State Police - Aviation Command Trooper 1 at the Queen Anne Emergency Room earlier today.

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Dam that's a good picture

Old times ...

Bad Boys yeah

Mark Your Calendars!

Our Annual Bull and Oyster Roast is back this Year.

Don’t Miss out on this Great Event!

More Details will be Coming out Soon.
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Mark Your Calendars!  Our Annual Bull and Oyster Roast is back this Year.  Don’t Miss out on this Great Event!  More Details will be Coming out Soon.

Our Monthly Dinner for July is next Wednesday the 21st. Let us do the cooking for you! ... See MoreSee Less

Our Monthly Dinner for July is next Wednesday the 21st.  Let us do the cooking for you!

Chicken BBQ TODAY!!

First batch of chicken he just came off. Come get it before we sell out!

Half Chicken, Cole slaw and a roll for $10.00
Steamed corn for a dollar.
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Chicken BBQ TODAY!!  First batch of chicken he just came off. Come get it before we sell out!  Half Chicken, Cole slaw and a roll for $10.00
Steamed corn for a dollar.

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I’m down for making one and for doing it

Jesse Barrow Cody Downs David Short

This Sunday, Don’t Miss out on our Monthly Chicken BBQ ... See MoreSee Less

This Sunday, Don’t Miss out on our Monthly Chicken BBQ

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Have a Safe and Happy 4th of July

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Thank you all for serving the citizens!!

BE SAFE OUT THERE .. BAD BOY S FOR LIFE

Happy 4 #

We are skipping our normal Chicken Weekend to let everyone enjoy the 4th of July Weekend Festivities. Come see us on Sunday July 11th for our monthly Chicken BBQ. ... See MoreSee Less

We are skipping our normal Chicken Weekend to let everyone enjoy the 4th of July Weekend Festivities.  Come see us on Sunday July 11th for our monthly  Chicken BBQ.

Thanks to the Wawa in Grasonville for the donation of 50 Hoagies today to celebrate Hoagie Day. We are Thankful for the partnership and support that Wawa gives to our department. ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks to the Wawa in Grasonville for the donation of 50 Hoagies today to celebrate Hoagie Day.   We are Thankful for the partnership and support that Wawa gives to our department.

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Next time I am there for my coffee, I will thank the GM.

I HAD ONE IT WAS DELICIOUS

What a blessing!

Good job Wawa !

Totally awesome!

So nice

Awesome

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Some additional Pictures/Story from the Water Rescue on 6/19/21:

At approximately 9:30 am Fire/Rescue Boats from the United Communities Volunteer Fire Department, Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department, Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department, Maryland Department of Natural Resources - Natural Resources Police and U.S. Coast Guard Station Annapolis, Maryland responded to the area of Tilghman Point in Eastern Bay for a Charter Boat that was taking on water with 27 Personnel on board. The units all arrived and worked together to get the leak under control. At the same time they removed all 27 passengers from the vessel that was taking on water onto the Fire/Rescue Boats. The Fire/Rescue boats then brought the passengers safely to shore to the area of Wells Cove. Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department Fire Boat 2 assisted the captain with getting his boat safely to Wells Cove. In total 27 Passengers and 2 crew members were evaluated by EMS crews from Queen Anne's County Department of Emergency Services, Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department and United Communities Volunteer Fire Department. There was one patient transported to the hospital for a cardiac evaluation. The scene was turned over to the U.S. Coast Guard Station Annapolis, Maryland. Asst Chief Marsh had the Command.
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Some additional Pictures/Story from the Water Rescue on 6/19/21:  At approximately 9:30 am Fire/Rescue Boats from the United Communities Volunteer Fire Department, Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department, Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department, Maryland Department of Natural Resources - Natural Resources Police and U.S. Coast Guard Station Annapolis, Maryland responded to the area of Tilghman Point in Eastern Bay for a Charter Boat that was taking on water with 27 Personnel on board. The units all arrived and worked together to get the leak under control. At the same time they removed all 27 passengers from the vessel that was taking on water onto the Fire/Rescue Boats. The Fire/Rescue boats then brought the passengers safely to shore to the area of Wells Cove. Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department Fire Boat 2 assisted the captain with getting his boat safely to Wells Cove. In total 27 Passengers and 2 crew members were evaluated by EMS crews from Queen Annes County Department of Emergency Services, Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department and United Communities Volunteer Fire Department. There was one patient transported to the hospital for a cardiac evaluation. The scene was turned over to the U.S. Coast Guard Station Annapolis, Maryland. Asst Chief Marsh had the Command.Image attachmentImage attachment

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That is a USCG inspected vessel. It didnt look too inspected to me...!

Right? She looks like she’s seen better days.

Its that Time of Year Again.

GVFD Annual Golf Tournament.

Get your team together or take a look at the different Sponsorship levels for your business. Last Years tournament Sold Out, don't hesitate to get your team registered.

As Always, Thank You for Supporting our Department.
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Its that Time of Year Again.  GVFD Annual Golf Tournament.  Get your team together or take a look at the different Sponsorship levels for your business.  Last Years tournament Sold Out, dont hesitate to get your team registered.  As Always, Thank You for Supporting our Department.Image attachmentImage attachment

HAPPENING NOW:

Fireboat 2 is on the scene of a fishing vessel taking on water in the Eastern Bay with 37 people on board.

All passengers have been moved to safety onto multiple Fire, DNR and Coast Guard Boats and are being transported back to the Kent Narrows.

Fireboat 2 has remained with the vessel in distress, assisting with water removal and escorting them back to the Kent Narrows.
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HAPPENING NOW:  Fireboat 2 is on the scene of a fishing vessel taking on water in the Eastern Bay with 37 people on board.  All passengers have been moved to safety onto multiple Fire, DNR and Coast Guard Boats and are being transported back to the Kent Narrows.  Fireboat 2 has remained with the vessel in distress, assisting with water removal and escorting them back to the Kent Narrows.

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Great job to all of our first responders.

Glad everyone is safe! Thank you!

GOOD JOB MEMBERS OF GVFD ABOARD BOAT 2

Great job GVFD!

Nice work! I’m guessing it was the Island Queen. Good ole wood boat.

Be safe!!!

thanks to the women & men of GVFD.

God bless em.

Guess the SS minnow spot boat sprung a leak

Michael Joseph Michelle Elizabeth

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With 2,000 tickets sold for the Auxiliary’s Fathers Day Crab Feast Raffle.

The winner is Tammy Mitchell! Congratulations Tammy, we will be getting in touch shortly.

Thank you to everyone that purchased tickets this year!
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Thanks so much! This was exciting news!!

Congratulations Tammy

Congratulations Tammy

Throw Back Thursday - Engine 21 - 1962 International / John Bean 500 GPM Pump and 500 Gallons of Water ... See MoreSee Less

Throw Back Thursday - Engine 21 - 1962  International / John Bean 500 GPM  Pump and 500 Gallons of Water

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should have keeped her

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