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.
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Come out and Support our local youth. All proceeds will assist the kids with travel expenses on their bid to become national champs at youth basketball...#community ... See MoreSee Less
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The Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department's Annual Golf Tournament is Scheduled for Monday September 16th at the Prospect Bay Country Club. We are looking for Golfers and Sponsors for the Event. Take a look at the Flyers and contact us to get your team registered or Business Sponsored for the Event. We Thank You for your continued Support of our Department. ... See MoreSee Less
We are excited to announce that Family Heating Service, LLC has teamed up with us to be this years "Event Sponsor" for our Annual Golf Tournament. This is the highest sponsorship level offered and their business will be proudly displayed at the tournament and on all publications!
Thank You, We are greatly humbled by your support!
If you are looking for an opportunity to market your business while helping a great cause, please contact us to get more information about our various other sponsorship opportunities! ... See MoreSee Less
Yachiyo Viers maybe we can look into it??
Construction of New Fire Boat 2 continues at P.L. Jones Boatyard & Marina. The Suzuki Outboard motors have been mounted to the boat and next week the boat will be put into the water to ensure equal weight distribution. In the pictures you can see the Darley Fire Pump, Onan Generator, and the fuel tank. Day by Day the New Fire Boat is coming together. Stay tuned for more photos and details as the construction continues. ... See MoreSee Less
That's going to be a great addition for public safety!
Triple 350s?? Well I’m already wet.
We would like to Congratulate FF/EMT Nathan Westlake and wife Sara on the delivery of their first son, Callan James Westlake. Baby Callan and Sara are both doing well! ... See MoreSee Less
Thank you everyone!!
Congrats to all💙
Congratulations you guys!!!!
WE ARE SOLD OUT OF DINNERS!!!
sorry for the inconvenience but thank you to everyone that bought dinners, we are blown away by the tremendous turn out!!! ... See MoreSee Less
We are about to open! Stop by and have dinner with us, or carry out. ... See MoreSee Less
Engine 25 at the Maryland State Fireman’s Association Parade in Ocean City Today. A Big Thanks to the Members that worked hard to make the 2007 Seagrave look like a Brand New Engine again. ... See MoreSee Less
Beautiful. Go Grasonville
She’s beautiful !
Engine looking good guys and gals
Cheri Pruitt Mattison Did you see it?
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Last Night at 19:52 hrs, Units were dispatched for a Automatic Fire Alarm in the 3200 Block of Bennett Point Rd in the 2-14 Box. Units arrived on scene with nothing evident but investigation quickly found smoke inside of the house. The crew of E-22 quickly found a fire that had extended up from the crawl space. Crews worked to open up and check for any extension. We were assisted by crews from Queenstown Volunteer Fire Department, Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department, Goodwill Fire Company, and Queen Anne's County Department of Emergency Services. Chief Anthony had the Bennett Point Command. ... See MoreSee Less
Our Monthly Dinner is this Wednesday June 19th. Support your Volunteers while getting a Excellent Meal. Doors Open at 5 pm to 8 pm. ... See MoreSee Less
Damn. All I can eat is the green beans and applesauce!
Antwina, the winner of our Auxiliary’s “Father’s Day Crab Feast Raffle” claiming her prize. Congrats again and thanks to everyone that bought tickets! ... See MoreSee Less
Congrats to Antwina Steger on Winning our Auxiliaries Fathers Day Raffle. Thanks to everyone that purchased tickets for the raffle and supported our Auxiliary. ... See MoreSee Less
I was really not excepting to win. Thank you! 🙂
Our Monthly Dinner is next Wednesday June 19th from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. We will be serving Pork Tenderloin with a assortment of sides. Support your Volunteers and get a Great meal at the same time. ... See MoreSee Less
***UPDATE*** All lanes of West Bound Rt. 50 are now open.
Station 2 units are assisting Queenstown units with a mvc/with entrapment involving a large tree. US RT 50 is shut down in the area of the RT 50/301 exchange, use caution in the area. Utilize RT 301. ... See MoreSee Less
You guys did a great job. I was stuck there about 10 cars back. You were very efficient and got us back on the road as soon as safely possible. Hooe no one was injured in the two cars that were hit
Glad they are ok. I was in this traffic this morning. Every day I commute I ask good Lord for protection from wildlife, other people and mother nature.
Hello everyone my name is Theresa Anne Perkins this is my vehicle, well was my vehicle lol. I have to say that my guardian angel had her wings around me and I walked away from this. I seen the tree falling a d there was nothing I could do but hold on tight. I want to thank all the first responders and state troopers who helped me, you are all amazing. Thank you for your well wishes. I am very sore but I am alive so I am not complaining one bit.
Thank you for the heads up
What time did this happen. My hubby didn’t see it on his way to work so it had to be after 7:00
Scary! I don’t understand why those trees are kept up.
James Donald Trossbach
Sorry that happened to you, but I would definitely go to church this Sunday and ask God why he targeted your car 😅
Omg, I hope who ever was in the car is ok.
Did it just fall on them?! Wow!
I’d give up after that and go work for asplund
Kenneth Chronister we drive through here everyday