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

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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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Grasonville VFD 2020 Year in review

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You guys are awesome! Stay safe

God bless you all.

Our Fried Oyster Dinner has been a Favorite of many. We will be serving our Fried Oyster Dinner again at our March Dinner on March 17th. We hope you can join us again. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Fried Oyster Dinner has been a Favorite of many.  We will be serving our Fried Oyster Dinner again at our March Dinner on March 17th.  We hope you can join us again.

Thanks to the Chestertown Volunteer Fire Company for standing by for us tonight while our members celebrate accomplishments from last year. Members are enjoying a small dinner and awards ceremony. Thanks to all of our members for their hard work in 2020. ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks to the Chestertown Volunteer Fire Company for standing by for us tonight while our members celebrate accomplishments from last year.  Members are enjoying a small dinner and awards ceremony.   Thanks to all of our members for their hard work in 2020.

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May God Bless all those who work with VFD’s, but especially our wonderful GVFD

I agree with Cheryl

Did you Know?

Queen Anne's County Public Schools offers a Firefighter/Emergency Medical Responder pathway. This Pathway offers students that are members of a Volunteer Fire Department within the County to take several basics Fire and EMS classes. Students will take these classes at the Maryland Fire & Rescue Institute, University of Maryland campus in Centreville. The knowledge received from the classes taken through the program are the foundation for anyone looking to continue in the Fire and EMS career path moving forward.

The Grasonville VFD has a Junior Membership Program for the ages of 14 and 15. This program prepares the Junior Members for becoming a riding member once they reach the age of 16. The Pathway offered through QACPS and MFRI gives students the ability to take and become certified in 8 Fire and EMS Classes.

Our Doors are always open to New Members of all ages and We are looking to build on our Junior Membership Program.

Message our Facebook Page for any questions or Stop by the Firehouse to Grab an Application.
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Did you Know?  Queen Annes County Public Schools offers a Firefighter/Emergency Medical Responder pathway.  This Pathway offers students that are members of a Volunteer Fire Department within the  County to take several basics Fire and EMS classes.  Students will take these classes at the Maryland Fire & Rescue Institute, University of Maryland campus in Centreville.  The knowledge received from the classes taken through the program are the foundation for anyone looking to continue in the Fire and EMS career path moving forward.  The Grasonville VFD has a Junior Membership Program for the ages of 14 and 15.  This program prepares the Junior Members for becoming a riding member once they reach the age of 16.  The Pathway offered through QACPS and MFRI gives students the ability to take and become certified in 8 Fire and EMS Classes.  Our Doors are always open to New Members of all ages and We are looking to build on our Junior Membership Program.  Message our Facebook Page for any questions or Stop by the Firehouse to Grab an Application.Image attachment

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Our doors are always open for New Members to join our Department. With several different types of membership ranging from Fire and EMS operational members, Junior members, Administrative members, and Auxiliary members. Over the next several weeks we will be showcasing each type of membership that spotlights that type of membership and our need for more members.

Additional information can be found on our website recruitment page gvfd2.com/recruitment/
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Our doors are always open for New Members to join our Department.  With several different types of membership ranging from Fire and EMS operational members, Junior members, Administrative members, and Auxiliary members.  Over the next several weeks we will be showcasing each type of membership that spotlights that type of membership and our need for more members.  Additional information can be found on our website recruitment page https://gvfd2.com/recruitment/

Hand made Easter Eggs!!

It's that time of year again where our Auxiliary is making their AMAZING handmade stuffed Easter Eggs.

If you haven't had them in the past, then you definitely don't want to miss out!

We have made it easier to order this year by clicking on the link below..

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Hand made Easter Eggs!!  Its that time of year again where our Auxiliary is making their AMAZING handmade stuffed Easter Eggs.  If you havent had them in the past, then you definitely dont want to miss out!  We have made it easier to order this year by clicking on the link below..  https://grasonville-vol-fire-dept.square.site/

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Do you ever make molasses coconut eggs covered with dark chocolate?

Can I drive by to reserve?

Yesterday afternoon, President Coursey and Fire Chief Anthony were invited to attend the Grand Opening of Queenstown Landing. Queenstown Landing is a New Retirement and Assisted living community in our First Due Response area. During the ceremony, Queenstown Landing presented our department with a check for $25,000 to assist us with Future Capital Projects. This money will be used for our New Firehouse. We are truly Thankful for this donation and support from Queenstown Landing. ... See MoreSee Less

Yesterday afternoon, President Coursey and Fire Chief Anthony were invited to attend the Grand Opening of Queenstown Landing. Queenstown Landing is a New Retirement and Assisted living community in our First Due Response area.   During the ceremony, Queenstown Landing presented our department with a check for $25,000 to assist us with Future Capital Projects.   This money will be used for our New Firehouse.  We are truly Thankful for this donation and support from Queenstown Landing.

Throw Back Thursday - Members of Grasonville VFD, Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department, and Queenstown Volunteer Fire Department completed a Fire Extension Class at KIVFD. 1960's Era News Paper picture and caption. ... See MoreSee Less

Throw Back Thursday - Members of Grasonville VFD, Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department, and Queenstown Volunteer Fire Department completed a Fire Extension Class at KIVFD.  1960s Era News Paper picture and caption.

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Sadly Duane Willis no longer with us RIP brother

that's my daddy ❤ Instructor Bob Seibel ❤

GREAT PICTURE

Karen Seibel Schriefer

Our Monthly Dinner is this Wednesday. Don’t Miss out on this Awesome Meal. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Monthly Dinner is this Wednesday.  Don’t Miss out on this Awesome Meal.

Members of the committee that designed our New Fire Boat were able to present Mr. Phil Jones of P.L. Jones Boatyard & Marina a hand painted picture of the Fire Boat today. Mr. Phil worked with our committee to design and build the New fire boat to meet our needs and his craftsmanship on the boat was First Class. Thanks to Joyce Hughes for painting and donating the picture of the fire boat. ... See MoreSee Less

Members of the committee that designed our New Fire Boat were able to present Mr. Phil Jones of P.L. Jones Boatyard & Marina a hand painted picture of the Fire Boat today.  Mr. Phil worked with our committee to design and build the New fire boat to meet our needs and his craftsmanship on the boat was First Class.  Thanks to Joyce Hughes for painting and donating the picture of the fire boat.

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God bless that boat and God bless the Gvfd.

What a beautiful gift! Our volunteers at GVFD Are wonderful!

Engine 22 is clearing this MVC with entrapment in Queenstown. The crew from Engine 22 assisted with cutting the roof, pulling a bumper line, and creating a tie-back to stabilize the vehicle. Crews worked for approximately 45 mins before returning to service. ... See MoreSee Less

Engine 22 is clearing this MVC with entrapment in Queenstown. The crew from Engine 22 assisted with cutting the roof, pulling a bumper line, and creating a tie-back to stabilize the vehicle. Crews worked for approximately 45 mins before returning to service.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Mickey Connors

Clear sunny day - no ice - straight road - where did this happen?

where was this?

Woww sending prayers hope everyone was ok .🥺

Strong work fellas.

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Several events that took place over the weekend;

-Due to COVID, The department has not been able to hold our annual installation of officers and awards banquets. So with some help of County Commissioner Philip Dumenil, our new 2021 officials were sworn in at the firehouse on Saturday afternoon.

- The Kent Island American Legion Post 278 presented our department and Auxiliary with a generous donation.

-The Kent Island Elks Lodge #2576 also presented our department with a generous donation.

We sincerely appreciate the continued support from all of our local business, non profits, Residents, and The Queen Anne’s County Commissioners.
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God bless you all!

Congrats

CONGRATS to all! Thank you for your service!

Congratulations to you all! Thank you for your service !

Engine 22 is currently transferred to Anne Arundel County Station 17, Arnold Volunteer Fire Department while there units operate on a dwelling fire. ... See MoreSee Less

Engine 22 is currently transferred to Anne Arundel County Station 17, Arnold Volunteer Fire Department while there units operate on a dwelling fire.

The Engine, Truck, Engine-Tanker and Rescue are clearing a box in the 300 blk of Queen Anne Rd., in United Communities Volunteer Fire Department first due. Truck 2’s crew assisted with investigating an odor of smoke in a dwelling. ... See MoreSee Less

The Engine, Truck, Engine-Tanker and Rescue are clearing a box in the 300 blk of Queen Anne Rd., in United Communities Volunteer Fire Department first due.  Truck 2’s crew assisted with investigating an odor of smoke in a dwelling.

Engine 25, Engine-Tanker 2 and Chief 2 just cleared Still Box 1-15. Units we called to the dollar tree in Kent Towne market for an odor of gas inside. ... See MoreSee Less

Engine 25, Engine-Tanker 2 and Chief 2 just cleared Still Box 1-15.  Units we called to the dollar tree in Kent Towne market for an odor of gas inside.Image attachment

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Hope everything is ok !!

Sending prayers

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