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Valentine's Dinner Fundraiser
The Blue Ridge Mountain Volunteer Fire Company is having a Valentine's Steak Dinner at our Main Station at 181 Keyes Gap Road in Harpers Ferry, WV on Saturday, February 10t. Dinner will be served from 5:00 PM to 9:00 PM. Cost is $25.00 per person or $40.00 per couple.
If you would like to pre-order your tickets you may do so by visiting the STORE tab at the top of this page where you can purchase tickets SECURELY on-line through our Paypal Account.
As always, thank you for supporting the Blue Ridge Mountain Volunteer Fire Company
BRMVFC Purchase Air / Light Unit
The Blue Ridge Mountain Volunteer Fire Company recently purchased a mobile air cascade unit that saw service with the Washington County Emergency Air Unit, Company 25 in Hagerstown, Maryland. This unit will be outfitted as a mobile cascade unit, lighting support unit and will also carry the supplies needed to effectively rehabilitate the fire and EMS personnel of Jefferson County at any emergency incident scene.
B.R.M.V.F.C personnel are actively writing grants from several different areas to cover the cost of equipping the new unit.
Upon completion this unit, it will be station at our Keyes Gap Road firehouse and will be given the unit designation: Air / Light 5
SLOW DOWN, MOVE OVER - IT'S THE LAW
Help is wanted in all aspects of running a fire department. You can contribute to your community through us in:
You can apply by clicking on the Join Today tab and filling out the downloadable application and you can drop your application off at our Keyes Gap Road Station were a member of our Membership Committee will contact you.
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President: Tiffany Long
Vice-Pres.: Megan Rodriguez
Secretary: Suzie Weaver Day
Chaplain: Michael Lida, Pastor
BOARD OF DIRECTORs
Lloyd Dignazio Sr.
Warren Royce Sr.
Chief: Earl Cogle
Assistant Chief: Warren Royce Jr.
Captain: Lloyd "Rusty" Dignazio Jr.
Lieutenant: Nick Schaff
Safety Officer: Steve Harris
All department members are required to take Incident Management training through the Federal Emergency Management Agency
to be in compliance with Presidential Homeland Security Directive 5 that was put in effect after the September 11th, 2001 attacks in New York City.
The follow classes are all available online and free of charge through the Emergency Management Institute:
ICS - 100 - Introduction to Incident Command System
ICS - 200 - ICS for Single Resources & Initial Action Incidents
ICS - 700 - National Incident Management Systems An Introduction
ICS - 800 - National Response Framework, An Introduction
Burning A Brush Pile?
Please contact the Jefferson County Communications Center using their non-emergency number at (304) 725-8484 to announce your controlled burn.
Reporting your controlled burn saves valuable fire department time and resources. Please also consider all wildfire danger indexes and supervise all controlled burns at all times.