The Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department (PFVFD, Company 2) was proud to host the 76th annual Southern Maryland Volunteer Firemen’s Association (SMVFA) convention and parade.
The local Daisy Troop made a special stop this week to our fire station.
PFVFD is hosting this 12th annual event.
On May 11, 2022, just after 12:00 p.m., the Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department (PFVFD) was alerted to the 600 block of Solomons Island Road (Fox Run Shopping Center) for a vehicle into the building and one patient reported unconscious.
The event was watched closely by students at Calvert High School, in Prince Frederick, Md. and was in cooperation with the Chesapeake Region Safety Council. According to their Facebook page, “CHS Criminal Justice Students will portray the at-fault driver and victims.”
PFVFD would like to congratulate Chief Timothy Delehanty on all of his tremendous accomplishments over the years. His dedication and passion to the fire service is inspiring and we are grateful for his contributions.
Upon arrival, crews from Company 2, Engine 72 and Squad 3 extricated one adult male who was flown to a local trauma center.
PFVFD Fire Chief Joseph Della-Camera said, “The new building and our commitment to our community is steadfast. This structure is a symbol of inspiration to many and June 15, 2021 will forever be the start of this new and incredibly exciting chapter.”
Linda was not only a loving and supportive wife, but a mother and grandmother who lived for her grandchildren.
On Saturday, August 8, 2020 at approximately 1100 hours, a procession will escort Chief Hardesty from Rausch Funeral home (Broomes Island Road) to the Huntingtown VFD where services will occur.