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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Another busy weekend for GVFD!

-Saturday Morning Firehouse Floor cleaning
-MVC on Rt. 18 with a pole down on the vehicle
-Several Water Rescue Calls

GVFD responded to 11 calls for service from Friday to Sunday Evening. Thanks to our dedicated members for ensuring adequate staffing on our fire apparatus on a daily basis.
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Stay well Responders, and hydrate this week

Best fire company on the Eastern shore

Busy Weekend for the Grasonville Volunteers

Friday 11 a.m. - Engine 25 assisted the Queenstown Volunteer Fire Department with a landfill loader fire at the Bakers Landfill on 4-H Park Road

Saturday - Just before Noon, FB-2 responded Mutual Aid to Anne Arundel County Fire Department for the Boat Fire in the area of Sandy Point. FB-2 was placed in service enroute

Just before 1 p.m., While FB-2 was still returning to the dock, E-25, ET-2, and Brush 2 all responded Mutual Aid to Talbot County to assist the Cordova Volunteer Fire Department with a very large field fire. While enroute to this incident E-25 stopped at a MVC on Rt. 50 to render aid before continuing to the fire.

This was all happening simultaneously while members were preparing for our Crab Feast Fundraiser at the VFW in Grasonville.

Ambulance 2 was staffed Saturday and handled 7 calls in the south county area.

Sunday - Our Monthly Chicken BBQ was held at the VFW and members handled several calls for service included a Fireboat response mutual aid to Talbot County for a person in the water.

Thanks to all of our dedicated members that put the time and energy in this weekend to handle all of the above mentioned incidents, fundraisers, and more.

A Big Thank you also to everyone that purchased a ticket to our Crab Feast, making it a Sold Out fundraiser again.
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Thank you all for what you do. It was a busy weekend for QAHVFC also! Stay safe!

You folks put in some work this weekend!! Everytime you passed my house, my dog would howl, boosting the signal for you.

Great job ! Thanks for all you do

Great job GVFD members, Thank you!

Thank you for all you do

Thank you for everything!

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Chicken BBQ Today - Starting at 10 a.m. until we sell out.

Location - VFW Post 7464 - 203 VFW Avenue in Grasonville

Enter at the main entrance to the VFW and follow the signs. Drive right up and we will handle your order.

Don’t miss out on this Delicious Meal!!!
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Chicken BBQ Today - Starting at 10 a.m. until we sell out.
Location - VFW Post 7464 - 203 VFW Avenue in Grasonville
Enter at the main entrance to the VFW and follow the signs.  Drive right up and we will handle your order.
Don’t miss out on this Delicious Meal!!!Image attachmentImage attachment

Our Monthly Chicken BBQ is this Sunday June 9th starting at 10 a.m.

REMINDER of our New Location - BBQ is being held at the VFW Post 7464 on VFW Avenue in Grasonville.

Half of a Chicken and a Roll - $10
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Our Monthly Chicken BBQ is this Sunday June 9th starting at 10 a.m.
REMINDER of our New Location - BBQ is being held at the VFW Post 7464 on VFW Avenue in Grasonville.
Half of a Chicken and a Roll - $10

Yesterday morning, Truck 2 traveled to Annapolis to support the Maryland Fire-Rescue Services Memorial Foundation annual memorial service. Truck 2 along with Leonardtown Volunteer Fire Department Truck 1 provided the Ladder Arch to display the Maryland State Flag. ... See MoreSee Less

Yesterday morning, Truck 2 traveled to Annapolis  to support the Maryland Fire-Rescue Services Memorial Foundation annual memorial service.   Truck 2 along with Leonardtown Volunteer Fire Department Truck 1 provided the Ladder Arch to display the Maryland State Flag.Image attachmentImage attachment

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Great job! Thank you

Looks awesome

On Tuesday, Engine 22 and Engine Tanker 2 participated in Preston Fire Department’s annual parade. During the parade units noticed a house on fire that was on the parade route. Units from Grasonville broke off from the parade and assisted units on the scene of the house fire. Crews from Grasonville assisted with opening up, search, and overhaul. Crews operated for an hour before clearing the scene. After clearing the scene, later that night Engine 22 and Engine Tanker 2 took home the Best Appearing Company Award. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you gentlemen we appreciate your assistance please

Great work guys

Getting it done as always brothers

At the right place at the right time!

with thanks

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Today, we honor the brave hearts who have fallen while serving and protecting our nation.

Have a safe Memorial Day
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Today, we honor the brave hearts who have fallen while serving and protecting our nation.
Have a safe Memorial Day

5/24/24 - Friday Morning at 7:45 a.m., GVFD was alerted to assist the Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department with a boat fire in Castle Marina in 1-9 Box. E-25, Truck 2, ET-2, and FB-2 responded on the call. E-14 arrived with smoke showing from a House Boat. The fire was quickly contained and the incident was scaled back. Our units assisted with overhaul and returned to Grasonville in about 45 minute’s. ... See MoreSee Less

5/24/24 - Friday Morning at 7:45 a.m., GVFD was alerted to assist the Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department with a boat fire in Castle Marina in 1-9 Box.  E-25, Truck 2, ET-2, and FB-2  responded on the  call.  E-14 arrived with smoke showing from a House Boat.  The fire was quickly contained and the incident was scaled back.  Our units assisted with overhaul and returned to Grasonville in about 45 minute’s.Image attachment

Our June 8th Crab Feast is Fast Approaching. Tickets are selling quick, Don’t waste anytime and get yours today before it sells out.

For tickets, Stop by the Firehouse or Contact Jeff at 443-988-3608.
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Our June 8th Crab Feast is Fast Approaching.   Tickets are selling quick, Don’t waste anytime and get yours today before it sells out.
For tickets, Stop by the Firehouse or Contact Jeff at 443-988-3608.

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Are there any tickets still available?

On Thursday May 23rd, GVFD proudly graduated 5 members of our department from the Maryland Fire and Rescue Institutes Upper Eastern Shore Regional Training Centers VOTEC program. This program is sponsored through the Queen Anne's County Board of Education. The students attended classes at the training center during 2nd and 3rd periods throughout the entire school year.

Members of our Department that Graduated the Program
-Chris Abbey
-Jason Anthony Jr.
-Caleb Bargerstock
-Colby Bargerstock
-L.T. Blake

The Officers and Members of Grasonville are extremely proud of these young men, and look forward to supporting them as they continue their education to become better firefighters each day.
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Congratulations young men. Job well done.

Congratulations to all 10 but especially our 5 Colby - Caleb - JJ - Chris and LT great job young men👏🏼👏🏼

🎊🎉🎊🎉🎊🎉 Congratulations To all!! But ESPECIALLY Caleb and Colby! Ginny must be Bursting with joy! I know George and Betty are! Great Pop Pop Thomas would have have been grinning from ear to ear! He supported GVFD for years! 😊❤🙏🏼🇺🇸🚒

Congratulations to all

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations!

CONRATS!!!!!!

👏👏👏

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GVFD attended and supported the Annual Field Day at Grasonville Elementary School yesterday. The students were all smiles at our Station spraying water from the fire hoses and we witnessed many Future Firefighters in action.

Thanks to GES for the invite again this Year!
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GVFD attended and supported the Annual Field Day at Grasonville Elementary School yesterday. The students were all smiles at our Station spraying water from the fire hoses and we witnessed many Future Firefighters in action.
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kids like to see big trucks

Thanks to the Easton Volunteer Fire Dept. MD for covering our first due area this afternoon as members attend the Orioles Game in Baltimore. ... See MoreSee Less

Thanks to the Easton Volunteer Fire Dept. MD for covering our first due area this afternoon as members attend the Orioles Game in Baltimore.

Tuesday Night just after 7 p.m. Engine 25, Truck 2, Engine Tanker 2, and Chief 2 ran this dwelling fire in the 100 Block of Maryland Road in United Communities first due. Units arrived to find a working kitchen fire. Crews from Grasonville assisted with extinguishment, ventilation, and overhaul. Company 2 assisted for over an hour before returning to service. Fire Chief Anthony was the Incident Commander. ... See MoreSee Less

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Thank you and stay safe

thanks to you all

LT Hot Dog knows there is only 1 engine 25 in existence and that’s in Clinton.

Looking Good Grasonville..

Thanks for all you do.

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