Sep
27
2015

Open House Sunday October 11th

Please join us during our annual Open House Sunday October 11th 2015 from 1100-1:00.  Children will be able to participate in a variety of games and activities, as well as tour fire and medical equipment. Our local Fire Fighters will be present and demonstrating. Light refreshments will be available.  Many activities for the whole family, including a kiddie combat challenge, diver search and rescue, demonstrations, tours and rides.

Sep
9
2015

Country Breakfast

It’s that time of year again.  Country breakfasts are back!!

We’ve scheduled our country breakfasts for the coming year as follows:

  • Sunday Sept 27, 2015
  • Sunday October 25, 2015
  • Sunday February 7, 2016
  • Sunday March 13, 2016
  • Sunday April 10, 2016
  • Sunday May 8, 2016

 

Come join us from 8AM to 12 Noon with your family and friends to support the fire department, relax with old friends, meet new ones or just enjoy some home-cooked food in a friendly atmosphere.

Menu- Pancakes, eggs, creamed chip beef, bacon, two kinds of sausage, scrapple, toast, orange juice, coffee, fruit, and more.

Feb
14
2015

Breakfast

Good afternoon all,

Due to the weather predicted for this evening and tomorrow morning we have decided to cancel the breakfast for Sunday February 15th.  The March breakfast will go on as planned.

Oct
20
2014

Rural Water Supply Training

On Monday October 20th, Tanker 5 participated in a rural water supply training hosted by Montgomery County Station 4. Many units from different stations in Montgomery County attended the training to show students in their current Pump Operator class and their Driver Candidates how rural water supply operations work. The scenario consisted of a tanker shuttle and fire engines at the dump and fill site to work together to supply the initial attack pumper and “nurse” tanker with water.IMG_3563 IMG_3567 IMG_3566 IMG_3562 IMG_3556 IMG_3559 IMG_3560 IMG_3561 IMG_3554

Oct
9
2014

Open House Sunday October 12th

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Please join us during our annual Open House Sunday October 12th 2014 from 1100-1300. Here is a list of activities you can enjoy while at the station: – Fire Engine Rides – Dive Team Demonstration – Sparky the fire Dog – Rescue Squad Tour – Ambulance Tour – For the Kids a Firefighter Combat Challenge And you will be able to enjoy lite refreshments as well.
Sep
14
2014

Country Breakfast

Breakfast is back!

Come join us from 8AM to 12 Noon on 14 September 2014.

Come join us with your family and see your friends.

Menu- Pancakes, eggs, creamed chip beef, bacon, two kinds of sausage, scrapple, toast, orange juice, coffee, fruit, and more.

Breakfast schedule.

Breakfast schedule.

May
30
2014

Country Breakfast

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Sunday, March 30, 2014 – Come join us from 8AM to 12 Noon on 30 March 2014.

Don’t miss out! This is the last country breakfast remaining this season. Come join us with your family and see your friends.

Menu- Pancakes, eggs, creamed chip beef, bacon, sausage, scrapple, toast, orange juice, and coffee.

Mar
20
2013

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Feb
17
2013

Department Breakfast Makes Local News

Sunday, February 17, 2013 – A local news team visited FDVFD for our last department breakfast. Check out the article here.

A big thanks to all of those that come out to make our breakfasts a great success.

There is one more breakfast coming up in March on the 24th. Find out more about it here.

Jan
29
2013

Clarksville Resident WINNER

Tuesday, January 29, 2013 – Clarksville Resident Noah Bernstein is a Winner of Howard County Fire and Rescue’s “Two Ways Out” Drawing Contest

Howard County Fire and Rescue held a “Two Ways Out” drawing contest during Fire Prevention Week in October 2012. Contestants were asked to draw an “Escape Map” for their house. Noah Bernstein, a five year old kindergartner at Pointers Run Elementary, entered a drawing of his family’s home escape map showing bedrooms and two different ways he could escape his house in the event of fire. For his participation in helping is family develop an escape map, Noah received a visit form firefighters from the Fifth District Volunteer Fire Department.

Noah, his family and several friends from his neighborhood met in his driveway on Saturday, January 26 th. Braving the snow and cold, all the children and parents toured the fire engine. Wrapping up the visit, Noah showed the firefighters his escape route from his house and the family meeting place. The firefighters assisted the family with a home safety survey and answered their questions about smoke alarms, carbon monoxide alarms, kitchen safety and hazardous chemical storage. Congratulations Noah!

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