Southern Maryland Firemen's Association
Southern Maryland Firemen's Association
Southern Maryland Firemen's Association
Southern Maryland Firemen's Association
Southern Maryland Firemen's Association

2019 - 2020
SMVFA - Meetings
 
July 29, 2019
Leonardtown VFD
 
September 30, 2019
Leonardtown VRS
 
November 25, 2019
Lexington Park VRS
 
January 27, 2020
Mechanicsville VFD
 
March 30, 2020
Mechanicsville VRS
 
Convention
May 2-3 2020
Dunkirk VFD
 
July 27, 2020
Nanjemoy VFD

 

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10/26/2019
Spaghetti Dinner

10/27/2019
Children's Halloween Bingo

10/27/2019
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11/01/2019
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11/02/2019
CRAFT & VENDOR FAIR

11/02/2019
PFVRS Bull and Oyster Roast

11/10/2019
Pitch Tournament

11/15/2019
Paint Night & Raffle Basket Fundraiser

11/24/2019
Annual Fall Craft Fair

12/01/2019
Holiday Bazaar

12/08/2019
Christmas Craft/Vendor Fair & Lunch with Santa

12/13/2019
Spaghetti Dinner

12/31/2019
Papa Johns Fundraiser

01/27/2020
Leather Helmet Fundraiser

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Bay District Honors Our Fallen
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By Bay District Volunteers
September 15, 2019

On Sunday, September 15th the members of Bay District VFD and guests gathered to honor our members that has passed since our memorial service last year and also to dedicate our newest apparatus, Rescue Engine 92 to Past Fire Chief Doug Medley. Their names have been added to the Firefighter Memorial outside of the Braddock Hall at our Lexington Park Station.

Members Joseph A. Cooper (Past Fire Chief/Life Member), Tom Gude, John Shauberger and James Armstrong were added to the memorial this year.

The Southern Maryland Volunteer Firemen’s Association Honor Guard presented the colors and Chaplain Keith Fairfax held the ceremony as Life Member Anthony Thomas rang the bell in remembrance of each member as their name was read. As the names were read two members of the department came to the front and placed a rose in the bronze boot.

After the reading of the names of our members we moved outside to have the dedication of Rescue Engine 92, 2nd Vice President Jason Adams performed the dedication and Chaplain Fairfax blessed the apparatus with a short prayer. Past Chief Medley’s family was in attendance and was able to take a ride on the engine. Doug will forever ride with us and watch over us.


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