The Nationwide grant goes toward the purchase of panels that ultimately make a tube around the patient and the farmer’s grain. The patient can be scooped out and the tube helps to keep the surrounding grain from closing back in on them.
On Monday, June 4, 2019, Chief Brian Ficke was honored at an annual ceremony hosted by his employer, Exelon. Ficke recently received a $20,000 grant for the Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department all in part for his volunteer service to Calvert County. Ficke, who is a Senior Site EP Specialist for Exelon at Calvert Cliffs, […]
Congratulations to Past Chief, veteran Firefighter and Exelon employee Brian Ficke for recently receiving a $20,000 grant for the Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department. Ficke, who is a Senior Site EP Specialist for Exelon at Calvert Cliffs, was recently nominated for the grant after a submission highlighting all of his accomplishments at our department over […]
On October 10, 2018, members from the Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department (PFVFD) attended a ceremony at Firehouse Subs in the heart of Prince Frederick, Md. The event was to honor and award more than $70,000 in grant to three volunteer fire departments in Southern Maryland.
On Tuesday, September 11, 2018, Bob Linster from Amkus introduced new hydraulic rescue tools to the membership. The tools will be placed on the new Squad 2 when it arrives. The equipment is part of a generous grant and partnership with a local Prince Frederick business. More on that story to come. Thank you to […]
PFVFD supporters help us get a grant through Nest. They are looking for nominations from the community for their Leary Firefighters Foundation program. All you have to do is plug in our zip code 20678 and in the comment section say you are nominating Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department Company 2 (and why). Nominations close […]
PFVFD is preparing to announce (in the near future) information about a large grant awarded to our department.