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Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Season's Greetings! Santa will be coming into Purcellville to celebrate Christmas with the Purcellville Community. Santa will arrive on December 21st and will be visiting neighborhoods throughout the evening with firefighters from station 2. The schedule for Santa is below. We hope to see you and your family this Chirstmas season!6:00pm Maple Ave Apts.6:10pm Purcellville Ridge Town Homes6:20pm Kingsbridge6:40pm Main Street Villages Town Homes7:00pm Village Case7:15pm Valley Springs7:25pm Locust Grove / Hirst Farm7:45pm Courts Of St. Francis8:00pm Orchard, J, K, Nursery Ave8:20pm Catoctin Meadows8:45pm Old Dominion Valley / Loudoun Valley Estates
Friday, November 29, 2013
The Purcellville Fire Department is proud to announce the dates and times for its annual Christmas Tree sales for the 2013 season. Please come down and support our fire department by purchasing a tree or making a donation. We thank you for your continued support of our department, without your generosity year in and year out or department wouldn't be as strong as it is today.Here is a list of the prices for the trees and other items. You will be able to purchase trees on the weekends and weekdays throughout the Christmas SeasonHours of Operation Monday Through Friday from 5-8 pmSaturday and Sunday 10-8 pm6' Fraser Fur (White Tag) $40.007' Fraser Fur (Red Tag) $50 .008' Fraser Fur (Blue Tag) $70.009' Fraser Fur (Yellow Tag) $85.0010" Fraser Fur (Orange Tag) $100.0011' Fraser Fur (Silver Tag) $125.0012' Fraser Fur (Black Tag) $175.00White Pine $25.00Roping $ 25.00Wreath $ 25.00Tree Stand (regular) $35.00Tree Stand (Large) $50.00Tree Bag 5.00Tree Preservative 5.00Bow for Wreath 5.00Ornament $20.00
Saturday, November 23, 2013
Captain Buddy Colby was honored along with three other individuals by the Sons of the American Revolution on Saturday November 23, 2013. Colby, along with the others was recognized for their meritorious service in the line of duty serving the region.Captain Colby was recognized for his service of over 40 years to the community in a "manner well beyond what is normally expected" according the Lt. James Rust who present the Captain with the Fire and Rescue Public Service Award. Furthermore, Rust stated that Captain Colby " is an excellent teacher, to whom all the rookies look up, but he also is an exemplary student."On behalf of the Purcellville Volunteer Fire Company we are proud and congratulate Captain Colby on his award and thank him for his dedication to his family, and his community.READ MORE HERE
Friday, November 15, 2013
The Purcellville Volunteer Fire Company is proud to announce the third Christmas Ornament in our series. The ornament represents the 90 years of service that the volunteers have provided for Purcellville and the outer communities. Ornaments will be on sale starting November 29th at our annual Christmas Tree Sale at the Rescue station as well as on sale at businesses in the the local area.
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
During the waning hours of November 13 Crew 1 was dispatched on a 3 alarm house fire in Middleburg. Tower Ladder 602 along with the Rescue Engine assisted crews from Middleburg, Aldie, Arcola, Upperville to put out the late night blaze. Volunteers from the community. This was the 2nd working fire Purcellville was involved in this week.
Sunday, November 10, 2013 1400
Companies 616, 602, 612, 604, BC602, BC601, Safety 600 and Fredrick Co. MD Co's 905, 919, & 920 responded to a working house fire at 37038 Pine Hill Ln. in Neersville. E616 arrived on the scene to find a two story residential structure well involved and that all occupants had evacuated. Chief 602 arrived and assumed command. The crews from TL602 (A shift) and E602 (6) worked with the initial engine on fire suppression and overhaul while Tanker 602 shuttled water and established water supply for the incident. The overhaul was extensive due to the excessive amount of material within the structure. A special accolade goes to Asst Chief 602 who while on light duty, provided support to the rehab section. All units cleared by 1830.
Friday, October 25, 2013
Career Staff along with assistance from the volunteers responded to an accident with entrapment in RoundHill today. Units from Roundhill, Purcellville and Hamilton responded to the call
Monday, October 21, 2013
The Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Department has officially announced the date and times for their fall 2013 Graduation of Fire Fighter and EMT's. The Purcellville Fire Departement currently has two students in the fall fire program. If you are interested in attending please write down the dates. Thursday January 16, 2014Loudoun Valley High SchoolPurcellville, VA 7pmPlease come back for an update if Loudoun County experiences inclement weather that day
Monday, October 7, 2013
Purcellville Fire Department along with stations Roundhill, Philomont, Lovettsville, and Hamilton responded to a first due house fire in Purcellville. Along with the career staff responding in the Rescue
Engine, over 10 volunteers responded in the Tower, Engine and Chief's
vehicle. Also this evening we responded to a rekindle at the same
location with 15 volunteers on 5 apparatus.
Sunday, October 6, 2013
On behalf of the Purcellville Fire Department we want to thank everyone who came out to support our department last Sunday during fire prevention week. It was another huge success to have our community come out and spend time getting familiarized with our department, to participate in live demonstrations and to get to know the fellow firefighters who live in the community. Without your help, none of this would be possible. Thank you again and we hope to see you next at our Christmas Tree sales starting after Thanksgiving!Please browse through some of the pictures taken at the Open House!
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