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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Looking for a change of pace for 2023?
Looking to try something outside of your comfort zone?
Look No Further!

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 $7000 for Qualifying Members
-Queen Anne’s County Property Tax Break for Qualifying Members - County Ord. 19-11
• 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

Click on the below link to Visit the recruitment tab on our website where you can download a GVFD Membership Application.
gvfd2.com/recruitment/
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Looking for a change of pace for 2023?
Looking to try something outside of your comfort zone?
Look No Further!
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 $7000 for Qualifying Members
-Queen Anne’s County Property Tax Break for Qualifying Members - County Ord. 19-11 
• 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 
Click on the below link to Visit the recruitment tab on our website where you can download a GVFD Membership Application.
https://gvfd2.com/recruitment/

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Just curious why all the tags of past members?

Chris Bacorn

At Our Company Meeting last night, we were honored to have the Kent Island Cruisers car Club present a donation to our department. Pictured from L to R: Bernie Gast - Director Kent Island Cruisers, GVFD Vice President Charlie Palmer, and Kent Island Cruisers President Bob Sitar.

We Sincerely Thank them for the Generous Donation they made to our department.
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At Our Company Meeting last night, we were honored to have the Kent Island Cruisers car Club present a donation to our department.  Pictured from L to R: Bernie Gast - Director Kent Island Cruisers, GVFD Vice President Charlie Palmer, and Kent Island Cruisers President Bob Sitar.
We Sincerely Thank them for the Generous Donation they made to our department.

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Thank them very much in such tight times

At last nights Kent and Queen Anne's Volunteer Fire, EMS, and Rescue Association meeting, Life Member Carlton "Skippy" Haddaway was inducted into the associations Hall of Fame. Skippy is still a Very Active Operational member of our department and has over 44 years of service to our department. Skippy has held many elected positions over the years to include President, Vice President, Board of Director, and Chief Engineer to name a few. Skippy has been awarded both the President and Chiefs Award, Firefighter of the Year, and Top Responder on several occasions. We Thank Skippy for his over 4 decades of Service and the Wisdom he continues to provide to our membership. ... See MoreSee Less

At last nights Kent and Queen Annes Volunteer Fire, EMS, and Rescue Association meeting, Life Member Carlton Skippy Haddaway was inducted into the associations Hall of Fame.   Skippy is still a Very Active Operational member of our department and has over 44 years of service to our department.  Skippy has held many elected positions over the years to include President, Vice President, Board of Director, and Chief Engineer to name a few.  Skippy has been awarded both the President and Chiefs Award, Firefighter of the Year, and Top Responder on several occasions.   We Thank Skippy for his over 4 decades of Service and the Wisdom he continues to provide to our membership.Image attachment

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Congratulations brother! You are so deserving of this honor. You've always been willing to give your all to the service of helping others. Including family, friends and strangers alike. Our prayers for God our heavenly Father to lay His blessings upon you. We Love you ❤️ and I'm so proud of you little brother!🙏🙏

COGRATULATIONS MY FRIEND OF MANY YEARS. YOU DESERVED THIS MANY TIMES OVER. I KNOW DAD IS BEAMING DOWN AT YOU AND SAYING JOB WELL DONE BUDDY. YOU HAVE SERVED YOUR COMMUNITY WELL ONCE AGAIN CONGRATS AND MANY MORE YEARS TO COME.

Big Congratulations, Skip!

Thank you for your faithful service! An honor well deserved❤️

Thank you for your continued dedication and service to Grasonville Fire Department and the citizens of Queen Anne County, Maryland. Congratulations!

Congratulations Skippy you are a real hero and thanks for all that you do it does not go unrecognized buddy

Congratulations Skippy!!! Well deserved!

Way to go Uncle Skippy !! Thank you for volunteering in our community and helping others . I B love you ❤️

Congratulations Skippy and thanks for you many years of service with the Grasonville fire dept

Congratulations Dad !!

Congratulations Skippy. You sure have earned it.

Congratulations Skippy, thanks for wheeling us to alot of Fires over the Years...I still remember you Wheelin us to a fire in AA County. Steve McCombs

Congratulations and thank you for all you have done

Congrats Skippy and thanks for your decades of service w/ the GFD!

Skippy, is like an uncle to most of us and this is one way of honoring a man who has been there for us all no matter what! He’s One of the good guys! We couldn’t have 2 better gentleman representing the Grasonville VFD. Skippy & Pete are big reasons for our success over the last 40+ years.

Congratulations Skippy

Congratulations Mr. Skippy!!

Thank you Skippy for all your yrs of service job well done

Thank you for your service Skip … congratulations

Congratulations skippy

Congratulations mr.skippy

What an honor, Skippy. We are very proud of your dedication to our community 🤗👏👏

This Honor is WELL Deserved and Overdue. CONGRATULATIONS Skippy !!

Congratulations!

That's my Daddy 💖 -- Congratulations to everyone -- well deserved

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Tomorrow Night - Our Monthly Dinner

Back by Popular Demand is Our Fried Oysters.
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Tomorrow Night - Our Monthly Dinner
Back by Popular Demand is Our Fried Oysters.

Monthly Dinner - Wednesday January 18th.

Don't miss out on this delicious meal.
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Monthly Dinner - Wednesday January 18th.
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Can I get 2 tickets held for me

I need 4 tickets held for me if i can

Yesterday afternoon just after 4 p.m. brought the Grasonville Volunteers back out to Rt. 50. This time it was in the Eastbound lanes at Station Lane. Units arrived to find a Tractor Trailer with the trailer brakes on fire. There was no extension into the trailer and the assignment was held to Engine 25, Truck 2, and Engine Tanker 2. Captain Tilghman had the Rt. 50 Command. ... See MoreSee Less

Yesterday afternoon just after 4 p.m. brought the Grasonville Volunteers back out to Rt. 50.  This time it was in the Eastbound lanes at Station Lane.  Units arrived to find a Tractor Trailer with the trailer brakes on fire.  There was no extension into the trailer and the assignment was held to Engine 25, Truck 2, and Engine Tanker 2.  Captain Tilghman had the Rt. 50 Command.

Just after 9 a.m. yesterday morning, E-22, E-25, Truck 2, and Chief 2 responded for a MVC with Entrapment on Rt. 50 WB in the area of VFW Avenue. PM-300 came upon the accident enroute to another call and requested the Rescue Box assignment. Units arrived on scene to find a single vehicle MVC, requiring the driver to be extricated from the vehicle. We were assisted by Queenstown Volunteer Fire Department Rescue 3. Crews utilized HURST Jaws of Life to extricate the patient and once extricated the patient was transported by Maryland State Police - Aviation Command Trooper 6 to Shock Trauma in Baltimore. Chief Anthony had the Rt. 50 Command. ... See MoreSee Less

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Prayers to all

Seems like yesterday that spot was not the spot to be with the tractor trailer fire an the mvc earlier n the day

Strong work.

Interesting how that exact location has been getting a lot of work. You can see the new guard rail and soil repair from the tractor trailer crash….. Curios to the cause.

🙏 Jeffrey Watcheski

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Merry Christmas from Our Family to Yours!

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Thank -You for all you do! We love you all! Merry Christmas 🎄🎁 ☃️

Merry Christmas 🎄🎁

Merry Christmas! to each member and their families. Thank you for your service and sacrifice.

Merry Christmas to you all!

Merry Christmas 🎅

Merry Christmas thankyou for all you do

Merry Christmas Jason Anthony Sr. and company

Merry Christmas!!

HO HO HO MERRY CHRISTMAS!

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At our Regular Business Meeting on Monday December 12th, the Membership elected the Officers for 2023.

President - Matt Coursey
Vice President - Charlie Palmer
Secretary – Jena Anthony
Treasurer - Phyllis Black
Board of Directors - Chris Marvel, Dave Bell, Mike Mattison, Devrine Jones, Tom Sheahan

Fire Chief - Jason Anthony Sr.
1st Assistant Chief - Steve McCombs
2nd Assistant Chief - Robbie Marsh
1st Captain – Troy Tilghman
2nd Captain – Matt Coursey
1st Lieutenant – Stephen Edney
2nd Lieutenant – John Ryan
EMS Coordinator – Denise Ornduff
Chief Engineer - Tim Daly

Congrats to everyone elected to serve our department in 2023.
Thanks to everyone that served our department in 2022.
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At our Regular Business Meeting on Monday December 12th, the Membership elected the Officers for 2023.
President - Matt Coursey
Vice President - Charlie Palmer
Secretary – Jena Anthony
Treasurer - Phyllis Black
Board of Directors - Chris Marvel, Dave Bell, Mike Mattison, Devrine Jones, Tom Sheahan
Fire Chief - Jason Anthony Sr.
1st Assistant Chief - Steve McCombs
2nd Assistant Chief - Robbie Marsh
1st Captain – Troy Tilghman
2nd Captain – Matt Coursey 
1st Lieutenant – Stephen Edney
2nd Lieutenant – John Ryan 
EMS Coordinator – Denise Ornduff 
Chief Engineer - Tim Daly
Congrats to everyone elected to serve our department in 2023.
Thanks to everyone that served our department in 2022.

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Congratulations and thank YOU for your service to our community. 🙏

Congratulations to all the men and women of GVFD and thank you for your service.

Congratulations and best wishes for a safe and prosperous 2023!!!

Congratulations to all but especially Denise Ornduff

Congratulations and keep volunteerism strong💪💪💪💪

Congratulations to all that earned and deserved their positions

Thank you for your service.

Congratulations! Thank you for your SERVICE and DEDICATION!🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

Congrats to all!

Congratulations to all the officers.

Congratulations to all!!

Hell of a bunch of great firemen right there all the way around

Congratulations, wish everyone a safe and healthy year,

Congratulations everyone!

Congratulations to all

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations

Congratulations!

Congratulations

God bless em all.

Congratulations

Congratulations to all

Congratulations and best wishes for a successful 2023.

Congratulations to everyone, looks like a great lineup

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Final Night of our Santa Route - Stay updated on our location in the comments of this post.

Wye Harbor
Governor Grason Manors
Belle Point
Bennett Point Road
Sportsmans Hall Road
Woods Road
Wye Road
Cove Road
Kehm Road
Prospect Bay Drive East
Prospect Bay Drive West
Perrys Corner Road
Rebel Road

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Final Night of our Santa Route - Stay updated on our location in the comments of this post.
Wye Harbor
Governor Grason Manors
Belle Point
Bennett Point Road
Sportsmans Hall Road
Woods Road
Wye Road
Cove Road
Kehm Road
Prospect Bay Drive East
Prospect Bay Drive West 
Perrys Corner Road
Rebel Road
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Leaving Prospect Bay going to Perry’s Corner

Santa is in Prospect Bay now

Santa is headed to Sayers Forest and Prospect Bay

Santa is leaving Belle Point and going down Bennett Point Road

Santa is on the way to Belle Point

Santa is on the way to Governor Grason Manor

Santa is on the way to Wye Harbor

are you doing Greenwood Creek rd off Bennett point?

Just passed Prospect Bay Drive West Boat Harbor! Thank you Santa and Grasonville VFD!

Sayers Forest would Love to see Santa!!

Piney Point Landing in Prospect Bay if you can!

See you on fairway island!

Greenwood creek rd has been good all year

See you on fairway island!

Where are you now

We are at kehm road

Hello — any update on Santa?

Heather Davis Moore

Prospect Bay thanks you Santa, and your elves!!!

Got some kids eagerly waiting on belle point!

Thank you Santa!!! & Grasonville Volunteer Fire Department

Rutledge

Pig pen point rd off of kehm rd if you can!

Thanks for coming!

Thanks again and Merry Christmas!

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Are you still in search of the Perfect Christmas Tree, Wreath, or Garland? We have got you covered with a assortment of the above and many more Christmas accessories. Stop by and see us today. ... See MoreSee Less

Are you still in search of the Perfect Christmas Tree, Wreath, or Garland?   We have got you covered with a assortment of the above and many more Christmas accessories.  Stop by and see us today.

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Friday Night Santa Route - We will update our location in the comments of this post.

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Headed to Home Port!

Headed down Chester River Beach Road!

Headed to Loblolly.

On Jackson Creek Road!

Headed to Long Point!

Headed to Osprey Point

Heading to Oyster Cove!

Heading to the jetty!

Kent Narrows Way South, next.

Headed into Mears Point Area!

Heading into the Narrows Pointe!

Santa is in the Kent Narrows!

Jackson creek road!!!

How about Loblolly Way

Yay!

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Just before 6 pm Wednesday night, Engine 25 was dispatched to a building fire in Centreville on Banjo Lane. Arriving units from Goodwill Fire Company arrived on scene with a one story garage with smoke showing. Crews made entry and located a fire in the closet. The crew from Engine 25 assisted with opening up and overhaul for roughly an hour before returning to Grasonville. ... See MoreSee Less

Just before 6 pm Wednesday night, Engine 25 was dispatched to a building fire in Centreville on Banjo Lane.  Arriving units from Goodwill Fire Company arrived on scene with a one story garage with smoke showing. Crews made entry and located a fire in the closet. The crew from Engine 25 assisted with opening up and overhaul for roughly an hour before returning to Grasonville.Image attachmentImage attachment
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