A great late Valentines Dinner option so bring your sweetie and support your local Fire & Rescue Department.
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It is with great disappointment that we cancel this year's carnival. While we love spending the time together as a community, your safety is our greatest responsibility. Please keep our organization and all first responders in your thoughts and prayers. When you need us, we'll be there.
The Amissville Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department is soliciting bids to replace the lighting in multiple areas of the fire and rescue station. For more information, see the Lighting RFP in the Files section of our website.
We hold monthly drills on various topics - such as new tools that will be added to our apparatus or a refresher of the basics. The topic for this month was forcible entry which is considered one of the basic duties of the fire service and led by Chief Carter. The drill is used as one of the many ways to maintain and learn skills as different scenarios require different techniques to be used and have varying levels of difficulty. The forcible entry door prop was the center of the training and the...
We took advantage of a beautiful day with warmer than average temps to complete some water supply training. The crew covered topics such as a review of strategies for placing apparatus, apparatus pumps. Practical exercises on our large dump tank that is carried on our Tanker. The dump tank is used in rural areas without a hydrant to aid in tanker shuttle operations.
Get your tickets early for the Crab Feast at the Amissville Fire & Rescue Station, Saturday, 30 September! Early bird tickets can be obtained by calling Connie at 540-522-5411. All proceeds go to support equipment and training for our local responders. Come on out and enjoy a delicious crab dinner with all the fixin's and support your community at the same time. Download a flyer here: Crab Feast Flyer
It is carnival time again! This is our biggest fundraiser each year, and we're looking forward to seeing all of our friends and neighbors again! Come on out each night, Wednesday through Saturday, June 21-24 2017, at 6pm. The Parade is on Thursday. Come on out and play bingo and other games, ride the rides, and eat lots of delicious carnival food. If you want to enter a float in the parade, please send your organization name, POC, phone number, and float size to us at p...
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