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Sunday, March 17, 2013
Please join us for our 4th annual golf tournament that will be held at Loudoun Golf and Country Club on June 3rd 2013 @ 8 30am. For more information on sponsorship or signing up to play in the tournament visit PVFC Golf Tournament
Saturday, May 11, 2013
The town of Purcellville hosted its 6th annual Public Safety in town today at the Purcellville Marketplace. The public safety day is designed for people in the community to come out and interact and learn about those first responders who protect their neighborhood. Both Fire and Rescue each had their own stands as well as the town, county and state police force were all taking part in the activities. Please feel free to search the image galleries to see pictures from the event. A special thanks goes out to all the firefighters who showed up and helped make it a wonderful day
Friday, April 26, 2013
the Purcellville Volunteer Fire Company selects two winners from the Ride the
Fire Truck to School raffle and drives the winner and four guests to their
school. Tickets for the raffle are sold at the station during the
“Sundaes on Saturday” events each month in the summer and at the Fire
Prevention Week Open House in October. Rides are then scheduled for the
Spring during good weather. Buy your raffle ticket and ride to
the Company was pleased to offer an additional ride to the winner of the
“Purcellville Basket” at the Mountain View Elementary School fund raiser.
Sunday, April 21, 2013
Its that time of year!!!! Sundaes on Saturday will begin again!! Friend and family are encouraged to come down to the station begining on Saturday May 25th for free ice cream, see a fire fighting demonstration by the duty crew, climb on the fire truck and tour the station. Everyone is welcome!!! Watch for ads in the Newspaper.Dates for Sundaes on SaturdaysMay 25hJune 29thJuly 27thAugust 31
Sunday, April 14, 2013
Engine 602, Brush 602 and Jeep 602 and Tanker 602 responded to a brush fire in Purcellville. Units responded to a controlled burn that had gotten out of control. Units on scene extinguished the fire with heavy foam.
Saturday, April 13, 2013 08:45
Rescue Engine 602 and Tower 602 responded to a House Fire in Lovettsville this morning. The Lovettsville Fire Department arrived to find a single story home with heavy smoke showing. Units from Purcellville, Lovettsville, and Brunswick were all dispatched to the scene. Purcellville made entry and extinguished the fire. Tower 602 assisted with ventilation,ladders and searches
Tuesday, April 9, 2013
On Friday, April 5th, 2013, the Loudoun
County Chamber of Commerce held their 28th annual
Valor Award ceremony at the National Conference Center to recognize career and
volunteer first responders in fire, rescue and law enforcement. This
year, Firefighter Jeff Piedmont was received a valor award for his actions to
save a man’s life while he was visiting his friends for a wedding in
Connecticut. At a Casino, Firefighter Piedmont and his friends came upon a
gentleman who was lying motionless on the ground, surrounded by casino guests
and security personnel. Immediately stopping to help, Piedmont realized the gentleman
was experiencing potentially life threatening respiratory issues and cardiac
issues. Firefighter Piedmont did not wait for rescuers to arrive on scene and
began CPR to the patient. The 70 year old man was saved because the actions of
Firefighter Piedmont and his friend. This incident occurred in August 2012. The
Loudoun County Fire and Rescue was proud to present Jeff with a Certificate of
Meritorious Action, Congratulations Jeff!!!
Wednesday, March 27, 2013
Firefighter Rob Lohr was the 2013 recipient of the Purcellville Business Association’s Community Service Award for his 20 years of government and community service. At the PBA’s annual awards ceremony recently Rob was recognized for this distinction and was greeted by a standing ovation. PBA president Jim Bowman described Rob as someone who goes “above and beyond the call of duty” and listed the many ways in which Rob contributes to the community – including his 30+ years of being a volunteer firefighter.Secondly, congratulations are also due to Neil Fernandez who wasrecently appointed as Recruitment and Retention Specialist in the LCFRVolunteer Coordinator’s unit. Neil will now be heavily involved inassisting with the efforts of that unit to recruit and retainvolunteers and actually follows in the footsteps another Company 2member, Lisa Braun, who served ably in that capacity for several yearsbefore assuming a new role with e LCFR fire marshal’s office.Congratulations Neil! We look forward to working with you throughoutthe year.Lastly, congratulations to Bob Kasabian who was recently elected asvice chair of the Recruitment and Retention Committee – our voice intothe outreach and recruitment efforts funded by the County. Bob bringsconsiderable professional expertise to the table including marketing,outreach and not-for-profit organizational management. We’ll behearing a lot from Bob and Neil as they work together to advance theR&R agenda.Congratulations to all our members for their dedication to the community and our company
Monday, December 17, 2012
Thanks for making our Christmas Tree Sales Fund Raiser a success this year! In the weeks prior to Christmas, we sold 850 Christmas Trees to our neighbors and friends in one of our most important fund raising events. Large and small, the trees sold at a pace that rivaled years' past. Wreaths and roping were the first to be sold out. Also on sales were our special, second in a series Christmas Ornaments. Funds raised from the sale go to help defray costs associated with operating the volunteer fire company -- fuel for our trucks, equipment for our firefighters and for apparatus. We could not exist without the generous support of our community.Thank You.
Monday, December 17, 2012
Purcellville Vol. Fire Co. 2nd in Series - Ornament
(Created by Chem. Art Design) Maker of the Annual White House Christmas Ornament and is Available for $20.00 this is a limited edition item.
100% of all proceeds benefit the Purcellville Fire Vol. Co. 2
Email Scott at email@example.com to purchase
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