President: Contina Smith
Vice-Pres.: Tiffany Long
Secretary: Suzie Weaver Day
Treasurer: Kery Swope - CPA
Treasury Asst.: Tiffany Long
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Suzie Weaver Day
FIRE / EMS OFFICERS
Chief: Earl Cogle
Asst. Fire Chief: Warren Royce
Asst. EMS Chief: Adam Hess
Captain: Matt Minnick
FIREHOUSE PIZZA & SUBS
Blue Ridge Mountain Volunteer Fire Company's Pizza & Subs will re-open on Friday, October 3rd at 4:00 PM.
We have added a few appetizers to our menu.
Give us a call and as always it will be delivered to your front door by your local volunteer firefighters!
SEVERAL INJURED AT JEFFERSON COUNTY FAIR
At approximately 7:45 PM on Thursday, August 22, 2019 members of the Blue Ridge Mountain Vol. Fire Company were forced to close our food stand at the fair to assist with multiple traumatic injuries in the grandstand area of the arena.
Five people were either flown or transported by ambulance to area hospitals after two horses that had participated in the Horse Pulling competition got loose and trampled crowd members in the arena area.
FORESTRY 5 NEARS COMPLETION
More work is still to come to the forestry unit as the weeks go on. Follow the work that has been ongoing to get this unit in service on our Forestry 5 page. We anticipate this unit being in service shortly however, we are going to continue to take our time and do the work correctly and properly.
DONATION KEEPS THE WATER MOVING
The members of the Capon Bridge Vol. Fire Department in Hampshire County, West Virginia are the true meaning of "BROTHERS" in this service. Chief 9 (Ryan Keyser, Capon Bridge) had recently talked to his father Chief 11 (Alan Keyser, JCESA) and was told of our tanker shortage on the mountain.
A quick phone call to Chief Cogle would soon change everything. Capon Bridge lost their tanker in a rollover accident several months back and the membership of the South Morgan Vol. Fire Company in Morgan County, West Virginia donated them a 1986 Chevrolet 1800 Gallon tanker until theirs could return.
Chief 9 (Keyser) and his membership returned the favor and donated the same 1986 Chevrolet tanker to us until Tanker 502 can return to service. After some tools, equipment, hose and a little lettering, Tanker 5 will be in service on the Blue Ridge Mountain.
Photo Credit to Mike Sanders from his Morgan County, WV Fire Apparatus page.