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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Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department
Recruitment Announcement

“We Need You, Come Join Our Team”

Types of Membership
• Fire / Rescue (Age 16 and Up)
• EMS (Age 16 and up)
• Junior (Age 14 and 15)
• Administrative (Age 16 and up)
• Auxiliary (Age 16 and up)

-Free Training – University of Maryland Fire and Rescue Training Center in Centreville
-Gear and Uniforms Provided for all Members
-Length of Service Awards Program – Benefit Age of 55
-Maryland State Tax Incentive of $6000 for Qualifying Members
-Queen Anne’s County Property Tax Break for Qualifying Members - County Ord. 19-11
• Fiscal Year 2021 and 2022 - $2,000
• Fiscal Year 2023 and Beyond - $2,500
-Incentive Program for Drivers and EMT’s for Ambulance Transports

Join Today and Start a Very Fulfilling Family like atmosphere
For more information
• Email grasonvillevolunteers@yahoo.com
• Calling the Firehouse – 410-827-8100
• Visiting the Firehouse at 4128 Main Street in Grasonville
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Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department 
Recruitment Announcement  “We Need You, Come Join Our Team”  Types of Membership 
• Fire / Rescue (Age 16 and Up)
• EMS (Age 16 and up)
• Junior (Age 14 and 15)
• Administrative (Age 16 and up) 
• Auxiliary (Age 16 and up)  -Free Training – University of Maryland Fire and Rescue Training Center in Centreville
-Gear and Uniforms Provided for all Members
-Length of Service Awards Program – Benefit Age of 55
-Maryland State Tax Incentive of $6000 for Qualifying Members
-Queen Anne’s County Property Tax Break for Qualifying Members - County Ord. 19-11 
• Fiscal Year 2021 and 2022 - $2,000
• Fiscal Year 2023 and Beyond - $2,500
-Incentive Program for Drivers and EMT’s for Ambulance Transports  Join Today and Start a Very Fulfilling Family like atmosphere 
For more information
• Email grasonvillevolunteers@yahoo.com 
• Calling the Firehouse – 410-827-8100 
• Visiting the Firehouse at 4128 Main Street in Grasonville

Some Additional Photos of our Visit to Little Lamb Preschool last week. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you guys and gals for ALL you do!

Tonight is the Night - Don't Miss Out on this Awesome Meal! ... See MoreSee Less

Tonight is the Night - Dont Miss Out on this Awesome Meal!

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Food was excellent. Thanks all!

Oyster dinner was awesome!!! Hope you have another soon.

Yum

Just a little sneak peak of some of the bags for the purse lottery.

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Ordered! How do we get the tickets?

Anna Lee Bell how do I get a ticket?

Julia Hogan

Jaye Clough

Cassidy Marie Overstreet

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This Wednesday, Our Fried Oyster Dinner is back. Don't miss out on this Delicious Meal. ... See MoreSee Less

This Wednesday,  Our Fried Oyster Dinner is back.   Dont miss out on this Delicious Meal.

Fireboat 2 assisted Tilghman Island Volunteer Fire Company Boat 70 tonight with a boat taking on water off the Northwest Side of Popular Island. FB-2 Stood by while Boat 70 was able to get the sailboat into calmer waters to assess the situation. FB-2 cleared with Boat 70 standing by with the sailboat until a tow boat arrived. ... See MoreSee Less

Fireboat 2 assisted Tilghman Island Volunteer Fire Company Boat 70 tonight with a boat taking on water off the Northwest Side of Popular Island.  FB-2 Stood by while Boat 70 was able to get the sailboat into calmer waters to assess the situation.  FB-2 cleared with Boat 70 standing by with the sailboat until a tow boat arrived.Image attachment

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Good Job 👍

Nice job

On Monday and Tuesday of this week, Members visited Grasonville Elementery School and Little Lamb Preschool for Fire Prevention presentations. ... See MoreSee Less

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Great job. Goodwill did the same thing recently.

Annual Bull & Oyster Roast
Saturday October 30th
2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Adults - $50
Children Ages 6 to 12 - $20
Children Age 5 and Under – Free
Free Soda and Beer with Cash Bar, Shotgun Raffle, Cake Wheel, Money Wheel, 50/50, Pull Tabs, door prizes and Lots of Food
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Annual Bull & Oyster Roast
Saturday October 30th 
2 p.m. to 6 p.m.
Adults - $50
Children Ages 6 to 12 - $20
Children Age 5 and Under – Free
Free Soda and Beer with Cash Bar, Shotgun Raffle, Cake Wheel, Money Wheel, 50/50, Pull Tabs, door prizes and Lots of Food

This morning crews from Anne Arundel County Fire Department, United Communities Volunteer Fire Department and Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department got together for some joint training. Crews familiarized themselves with the different fireboats and their capabilities. We appreciate crews from AACO companies 19 and 8 for showing us some of their newer sonar capabilities. ... See MoreSee Less

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GVFD Auxiliary Purse Lottery!

Ladies, here is your chance to win a designer brand purse everyday during the month of November!

Click on the link to purchase tickets - grasonville-vol-fire-dept.square.site/
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GVFD Auxiliary Purse Lottery!  Ladies, here is your chance to win a designer brand purse everyday during the month of November!  Click on the link to purchase tickets - https://grasonville-vol-fire-dept.square.site/

Back by Popular Demand!

Our Monthly Dinner this month will be Fried Oysters. Don't miss this delicious meal.
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Back by Popular Demand!  Our Monthly Dinner this month will be Fried Oysters.   Dont miss this delicious meal.

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what is best time to not wait--later?

Chris Moore

Marcia Chambers thought of you

Today just before 3 p.m, Station 2 was alerted for a vessel sinking with subjects in the water in the area of the Eastern Bay and Greenwood Creek, In our first due.

Land units responded to the 3200 block of Bennett Point Rd, while Fireboat 2 responded.

The Fireboat arrived to find a sunken vessel with 3 children and 1 adult that had been quickly picked up by a nearby boater. Fireboat 2 assisted until the arrival of The Department of Natural Resources.

Captain Tilghman had the command.

Great work to the nearby Good Samaritan and his quick actions!!
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Today just before 3 p.m, Station 2 was alerted for a vessel sinking with subjects in the water in the area of the Eastern Bay and Greenwood Creek, In our first due.  Land units responded to the 3200 block of Bennett Point Rd, while Fireboat 2 responded.  The Fireboat arrived to find a sunken vessel with 3 children and 1 adult that had been quickly picked up by a nearby boater. Fireboat 2 assisted until the arrival of The Department of Natural Resources.  Captain Tilghman had the command.  Great work to the nearby Good Samaritan and his quick actions!!

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Incredible work by all involved!! Two 10 year olds, one 5 year old and an adult were on board. Everyone safe thanks to the helpful acts of the community and the of course the DNR!

Thanks to the Good Samaritan and GVFD and also Dept of Natural Resources for saving all these lives

Wasn't far away but the response from the good sam was quick. Good work for GVFD and all who participated.

Great job GVFD. Glad there were no injuries.

Thank you for your service. Taking time away from your family to aid and save someone else’s.

Glad everyone is safe! Thank you to all who helped with this incident.

Good job every one

Robbie Finecey

Omgosh

Thank God

Tom Semeniuk this is why we saw all the ambulances going down the road

God bless em.

Good work guys

Good job!

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First Batch of Chicken is Off the Grill.

1/2 of a Chicken, Roll, and Cole Slaw for $10

Sodas and Waters - $1

Desserts available for a donation.

As always, we Thank You for the Support!
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First Batch of Chicken is Off the Grill.  1/2 of a Chicken, Roll, and Cole Slaw for $10  Sodas and Waters - $1  Desserts available for a donation.  As always, we Thank You for the Support!

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You guys rock on our way!

Our Monthly Chicken BBQ is this Sunday October 3rd. Stop by and Grab a delicious Meal. ... See MoreSee Less

Our Monthly Chicken BBQ is this Sunday October 3rd.  Stop by and Grab a delicious Meal.
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