Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department - AVFRD

Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department - AVFRD Welcome to the Ashburn Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department page!
The Ashburn Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department (AVFRD) is a volunteer fire & rescue department that provides fire and emergency medical services to the citizens and visitors of Ashburn, Lansdowne and surrounding communities. Like all fire & rescue companies in Loudoun County, AVFRD is part of a combination career and volunteer system. Loudoun County Fire & Rescue career personnel staff both stations between the hours of 6:00 a.m. and 6:00 p.m., and volunteers staff both stations between 6:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. Station 6 also houses a twenty-four hour career Medic. Currently, AVFRD has approximately 200 active members. We are your neighbors, friends, coworkers, and the "strangers" you chat with in line at the grocery store. We represent a wide range of occupations, with a wide range of skills, but we share one professional goal: to be there when you need us. AVFRD is always looking for hardworking and dedicated members. Take the time to read our membership section (www.ashburnfirerescue.org) to learn more about volunteering in your community.
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Since 1944, the Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department (AVFRD) has been answering your calls. We are a part of the Loudoun County Fire and Rescue system, responding from Station 6 (Ashburn) and Station 22 (Landsdowne). Our community is growing and so is the need for volunteers to become trained firefighters and emergency medical technicians (EMTs). We also need administrative volunteers to assist with community outreach, public education, fundraising, publicity, building maintenance and clerical duties. As a non-profit organization, we rely on the community that we serve to support us. Visit our website for more information on how you can support us through our fundraising events and general donations.

Mission: The Ashburn Volunteer Fire & Rescue Department (AVFRD) is committed to protecting the lives and property of Ashburn and Loudoun County residents and visitors by providing the best possible fire, rescue, emergency and medical response services. We pledge to perform our duty with courage and dedication. We also strive to be active in our community and proactive with public education and prevention campaigns.

02/04/2020

Ashburn units are operating at a working house fire in the 43000 block of Rocky Ridge Ct in Lansdowne. Engine 622 (Lansdowne) arrived on scene with fire showing through the roof. Crews from Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department - AVFRD Station 6, Leesburg Volunteer Fire Company, Sterling Volunteer Fire Company, Loudoun County Fire and Rescue and Fairfax County Fire and Rescue Department are also on scene. Keep your neighbors and our crews in your thoughts tonight.

Firefighters Tadie and Kloosterboer recently completed their EMT-B certifications. Tonight, Sunday Crew recognized their...
02/03/2020

Firefighters Tadie and Kloosterboer recently completed their EMT-B certifications. Tonight, Sunday Crew recognized their accomplishments by presenting them with their black helmet shields. Congratulations on completing all of your classes and thanks for your dedication and hard work!

Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department - AVFRD
01/28/2020

Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department - AVFRD

Congratulations to the following winners at our Chilly Days Chili Fundraiser at Old Ox Brewery:Judges Choice: 1st Place ...
01/23/2020

Congratulations to the following winners at our Chilly Days Chili Fundraiser at Old Ox Brewery:

Judges Choice:
1st Place - The Lost Fox
2nd Place - City Tap Loudoun
3rd Place - Ford's Fish Shack

People's Choice:
1st Place - DC PRIME STEAKS
2nd Place - The Lost Fox
3rd Place - Bungalow Alehouse - Ashburn

Thanks to everyone who came out to the event - we had a great day with our neighbors, great chili and cold Old Ox beer!

01/22/2020

One of our neighbors who attended our Chili Cook-off at Old Ox Brewery on Saturday lost her wedding/engagement rings somewhere in or around the area of Guilford Road. If you found them, please contact us through Messenger or at the Ashburn Road station so we can reunite these important symbols with her.

Do you want to be part of keeping our community safe and strong?  Learn how to volunteer as a firefighter, EMT or admini...
01/19/2020

Do you want to be part of keeping our community safe and strong? Learn how to volunteer as a firefighter, EMT or administrative member at our January 28th Volunteer Interest Meeting: Firefighters, EMTs, & Administrative. No experience necessary and you don't have to live in Ashburn to volunteer. We'll provide all the training you need if you bring a willingness to work hard and serve in your community.

Don't miss this great event!
01/17/2020

Don't miss this great event!

The War Wagon (Engine #606) is a common sight in Ashburn. In tribute to those hard-working, volunteer firefighters and EMT's who are looking out for us every night of the year, we brewed an easy-drinking Amber Lager. $1 from every pint sold of this War Wagon Amber Lager Release will be donated in support of Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department - AVFRD. We will be releasing this lager at our Chilly Days Chili Fundraiser tomorrow! So make sure to come out for some good chili and great beer in support of your local firefighters!

01/16/2020
Old Ox Brewery

We're only a couple days from Chilly Days Chili Fundraiser at Old Ox Brewery. Watch this clip to learn more about the event and then come on over to Old Ox between noon and 4pm on Saturday for chili and beer!

Thank you NBC Washington for helping us get the word out on our Chilly Days Chili Fundraiser! Come get some great beer and good chili and support our local firefighters this Saturday from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm!
Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department - AVFRD

& a special thanks for coming out -
Matchbox Restaurants
City Tap Loudoun
RESQ BBQ Catering
Lost Fox

Our recruits participated in their first live burn training evolution on Saturday.  Hard work, but lots of fun as they c...
01/14/2020

Our recruits participated in their first live burn training evolution on Saturday. Hard work, but lots of fun as they continue down the path of becoming released firefighters in Loudoun county!

Firefighter Class 19-2 had a great weekend and had the opportunity to put together all the skills they've learned in class! Burn 1 ☑️

Our volunteers get free training and certifications, with no prior experience! If you are interested in becoming a Firefighter, EMT, or want to help as an administrative member, visit www.OpenNewDoors.org!

Check our our sales and raffle table. We are in full swing for breakfast!! #AVFRD #neighborshelpingneighbors.BTW we take...
01/12/2020

Check our our sales and raffle table. We are in full swing for breakfast!! #AVFRD #neighborshelpingneighbors.

BTW we take cash and credit cards!!!!

We are ready for guests at our monthly Pancake Breakfast this morning. Besides pancakes our breakfasts is Keto friendly....
01/12/2020

We are ready for guests at our monthly Pancake Breakfast this morning. Besides pancakes our breakfasts is Keto friendly. Check us out until Noon! #AVFRD #neighborshelpingneighbors

Are you a federal employee living in the Ashburn area? If so, show some love to the Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Depart...
01/08/2020

Are you a federal employee living in the Ashburn area? If so, show some love to the Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department - AVFRD through the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC). AVFRD's CFC ID is #51668. Your contribution supports the ongoing life saving work of our dedicated volunteers.

01/02/2020
MightyMeals

Thanks to MightyMeals for being a Three-Alarm sponsor of our upcoming Chilly Days Chili Fundraiser at Old Ox Brewery. There's only a few days left to become a sponsor - visit https://ashburnfirerescue.org/go/chilisponsor to learn more!

The DC Area’s favorite meal prep company. MightyMeals is a convenient, healthy meal delivery service made with locally sourced ingredients by chefs.

Don't miss this year's Chilly Days Chili Fundraiser with Old Ox Brewery!  Saturday, January 18th from Noon to 4:00pm - e...
12/31/2019

Don't miss this year's Chilly Days Chili Fundraiser with Old Ox Brewery! Saturday, January 18th from Noon to 4:00pm - enjoy unlimited chili tastings from some of Ashburn's best restaurants for only the cost of a donation to AVFRD! Our participating restaurants include: All American Steakhouse, Ashburn, VA, b One Loudoun, Bungalow Alehouse - Ashburn, City Tap Loudoun, Clyde's Willow Creek Farm, DC PRIME STEAKS, Ford's Fish Shack, Lansdowne Resort and Spa, @lostfoxva, Matchbox Restaurants, RESQ BBQ Catering, and the Zone

Thank you to the many neighbors in our community who have already donated in response to our annual letter.  We depend o...
12/28/2019

Thank you to the many neighbors in our community who have already donated in response to our annual letter. We depend on donations, along with our various fundraising efforts throughout the year, to ensure our life and property saving services are maintained at the high level our community deserves. While the time and energy our volunteers donate help to reduce the cost of fire and rescue services to taxpayers, we still rely on the generous support of our community to meet our funding needs.
Your contribution to our nonprofit is essential to our mission! Plus, donating before the end of the year is a great tax write off! Please consider sending a check in the envelope included with our mailer, or donate online at https://ashburnfirerescue.org/go/donate.

Day shift crews from Station 6 and other Loudoun County Fire and Rescue stations responded to this working fire today.  ...
12/26/2019
Breaking News: Building on fire at 1757 Golf Club

Day shift crews from Station 6 and other Loudoun County Fire and Rescue stations responded to this working fire today. During the incident, over a dozen volunteers from Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department - AVFRD dropped what they were doing to go to the station to staff additional apparatus should other calls for help go out in our community. This is one of the great things about Loudoun's combination volunteer-career system: not only do we alternate day and night shifts at our stations with career personnel; we still have volunteers available to protect our community at all times!

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A huge thank you to the The Real Ladies of Loudoun County and Mimi's Cafe for delivering an awesome Christmas Eve dinner...
12/25/2019

A huge thank you to the The Real Ladies of Loudoun County and Mimi's Cafe for delivering an awesome Christmas Eve dinner to our volunteers who are spending the night at the station. Your generosity and care mean so much! #NeighborsHelpingNeighbors

If you want to arrange itThis world you can change itIf we could somehow make thisChristmas thing lastBy helping a neigh...
12/25/2019

If you want to arrange it
This world you can change it
If we could somehow make this
Christmas thing last

By helping a neighbor
Or even a stranger
And to know who needs help
You need only just ask

- Trans Siberian Orchestra, Old City Bar

Your neighbors at AVFRD stand ready to help you this Christmas Eve and every night should you need us. Be safe and look out for one another! From our volunteer family to yours - we wish you #HappyHolidays!

#NeighborsHelpingNeighbors

Santa is on his way!!!  Follow his progress through Lansdowne and Ashburn at https://glympse.com/0d36-HEEY to see his cu...
12/14/2019
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Santa is on his way!!! Follow his progress through Lansdowne and Ashburn at https://glympse.com/0d36-HEEY to see his current location during Santa's Ride Through Ashburn with AVFRD. Here's the route Santa will be following tonight:

Leave Station 22 (19485 Sandridge Way) at 5:00pm
L on Riverside Parkway
R onto River Creek Parkway
R onto Shoal Creek (in River Creek)
L onto Palmetto Dunes Terrace
R onto Buccaneer Terrace
L onto Burning Sands Terrace
R onto Fairway Oaks Square
R onto Olympic Boulevard
EXIT River Creek
L onto River Creek Parkway
L onto Potomac Station Drive
EXIT Potomac Station
L onto Riverside Parkway
L onto Kipheart
R onto Riverpoint
L onto Lansdowne Boulevard
R onto Russell Branch Parkway
ENTER Belmont County Club
L onto Tournament
EXIT Belmont Country Club
Cross over Gloucester
ENTER Alexandra’s Grove
Follow Alexandra’s Grove until the end
EXIT Alexandra’s Grove
R onto Gloucester
R into Newton Lee Elementary
Over to Trailside Middle School
R onto Claiborne
Cross over Ashburn Farm
L onto Windmill
R onto Ashburn Farm Parkway
R onto Golden Meadow Circle
R onto Ashburn Farm
Cross over Ashburn Road
R onto Hemingway Drive
L onto Faulkner
R onto Waxpool
L onto Shellhorn
CROSS OVER Ashburn Village Boulevard
ENTER Regency
L onto Hartley
R onto Hyde Park Drive
R onto Regency
EXIT Regency
L onto Waxpool
R onto Ashburn Village Boulevard
CROSS OVER Gloucester
END at Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion

12/11/2019

Volunteer Firefighters respond in many ways to help our community members when they are in need — fires, vehicle accidents, medical emergencies, hazardous situations, technical rescues, service calls and much more. Firefighter volunteers are often cross-trained as both Firefighters and Emergency Medical Responders (EMR) or Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT). Training is free and takes place in our stations or at the Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Training Center in Leesburg at convenient times for volunteers with varied schedules, including evening, weekend and summer classes. Serve your community, make lifetime memories, find friends, change your world.

Each December our members elect operational and executive leadership for the Department.  We congratulate the following ...
12/09/2019

Each December our members elect operational and executive leadership for the Department. We congratulate the following officers on their election for the upcoming year:

Chief: Bill Graham
Asst Fire Chief: Kevin Piatt
Asst EMS Chief: Julius Horvath
Deputy Chief - Facilities: Hawley Hansen

President: Josh Townsend
Vice President: Marvin Boyd
Secretary: Christina Roberts
Asst Secretary: Melissa Jennings
Treasurer: Farrukh Rashid

Board of Directors: Miguel Quijano
Board of Directors: Mike Walsh
Board of Directors: Bobby Hidy
Board of Directors: Scott Burns
Board of Directors: Barbara Murphy
Board of Directors: Edwin Rood
Board of Directors: Alex Horvath

We also thank our outgoing officers for their dedication and service to the Department and our community throughout their terms. The extra time and energy that our volunteer leaders invest in running the Department is a testament to their passion for bettering our community and keeping Ashburn safe.

12/09/2019

Volunteer EMT/Paramedic Opportunities Now Available

Christmas trees may be sold out, but we haven't lost the holiday spirit!  Join us on Sunday, december 8th for the Pancak...
12/08/2019

Christmas trees may be sold out, but we haven't lost the holiday spirit! Join us on Sunday, december 8th for the Pancake Breakfast at the Ashburn Firehouse with our special guest, Santa. And then on Saturday, December 14th, join your neighbors for Santa's Ride Through Ashburn with AVFRD as our volunteers drive the big man himself throughout the neighborhoods in our area!

Only a dozen trees left in our Christmas Tree Sale!  Stop by to get your tree before they're gone!
12/07/2019

Only a dozen trees left in our Christmas Tree Sale! Stop by to get your tree before they're gone!

This month's Pancake Breakfast at the Ashburn Firehouse features photos with Santa, performances by Studio Bleu Dance Ce...
12/05/2019

This month's Pancake Breakfast at the Ashburn Firehouse features photos with Santa, performances by Studio Bleu Dance Center, tours of our fire trucks and ambulances, and our all-you-can-eat breakfast foods! Breakfast is served from 8 AM - Noon. See you at the firehouse on Sunday!

Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department - AVFRD
12/02/2019

Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department - AVFRD

We are brokenhearted to report the passing of our member, John Quade.  John peacefully passed away on Sunday, December 1...
12/02/2019

We are brokenhearted to report the passing of our member, John Quade. John peacefully passed away on Sunday, December 1st 2019. John was approaching ten years in the department, with the last three on the operational side. He started his volunteer firefighting career in Ashland, VA when he was in high school and later became an Officer with The Arlington County Police Department, where he served for over 30 years. He remained a volunteer firefighter throughout his career as a police officer as he loved it so much.

After he retired and moved to Ashburn, he joined AVFRD as an admin member for over six years. Three years ago, he moved to the operational side and joined the Wednesday crew; John fit right in and loved hearing our stories, and we loved hearing his. John's role on the Fire Engine was "lay out man" and did a great job, every time.

John was loved by so many - his big smile was infectious and his character was second to none. John's wife, Nora, their daughter Ginny, and anyone who knew John miss him greatly.

Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department - AVFRD
12/01/2019

Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department - AVFRD

We're selling trees today until 9pm - get yours today before the rain comes tomorrow!

We're selling trees today until 9pm - get yours today before the rain comes tomorrow!
11/30/2019

We're selling trees today until 9pm - get yours today before the rain comes tomorrow!

Happy Thanksgiving from our house to yours.  We are forever grateful for the support our community shows our volunteers,...
11/29/2019

Happy Thanksgiving from our house to yours. We are forever grateful for the support our community shows our volunteers, and for our volunteers who give selflessly to be ready to respond at a moment's notice to any call for help. We are especially thankful for our Thursday crew who left family and friends tonight to stay at both our Ashburn and Lansdowne stations all night. We remain proudly #NeighborsHelpingNeighbors

We hear that some of you may be doing a little cooking this week...  Here's a quick article on how to handle kitchen fir...
11/25/2019
How to put out a kitchen fire

We hear that some of you may be doing a little cooking this week... Here's a quick article on how to handle kitchen fires should something start to burn, whether in your microwave, oven, stovetop or fryer. Also make sure your fire extinguishers are in-date and accessible so you can respond quickly. If you do have a fire and cannot immediately control it with your extinguisher have everyone leave the house, shut (but don't lock) the door, and call 911!

Share this informative article with your community to prevent holiday dinner disasters and reduce 911 calls

Our volunteers unloaded a truck load of fresh Frasier Fir trees for our Annual Christmas Tree Sale at AVFRD this morning...
11/24/2019

Our volunteers unloaded a truck load of fresh Frasier Fir trees for our Annual Christmas Tree Sale at AVFRD this morning! We start selling tomorrow (Monday) from 6pm - 9pm and will be open all week except Thanksgiving day. Black Friday and Weekend hours are 10am - 9pm. Support your local life-saving volunteers with this festive fundraiser while getting your home ready for the holidays!

Santa's Ride Through Ashburn with AVFRD
11/19/2019

Santa's Ride Through Ashburn with AVFRD

11/17/2019

Support our Mission as an Administrative / Auxiliary Volunteer

A special thanks to Miss Snider's 1st grade class at Discovery Elementary School for the art work delivered to our stati...
11/16/2019

A special thanks to Miss Snider's 1st grade class at Discovery Elementary School for the art work delivered to our station!

11/15/2019

Volunteer Firefighters respond in many ways to help our community members when they are in need — fires, vehicle accidents, medical emergencies, hazardous situations, technical rescues, service calls and much more. Firefighter volunteers are often cross-trained as both Firefighters and Emergency Medical Responders (EMR) or Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT). Training is free and takes place in our stations or at the Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Training Center in Leesburg at convenient times for volunteers with varied schedules, including evening, weekend and summer classes. Serve your community, make lifetime memories, find friends, change your world.

11/15/2019
Loudoun Career Fire Fighters Association - IAFF Local 3756

Neighbors - please take note of this potential scam. AVFRD does conduct an annual door-to-door fundraising event and mail an annual letter to our residents, but we do not fundraise by phone.

PSA: There is telephone scam going around again claiming to be a firefighters fund/charity helping local firefighters. Please research any organization before donating to them. We are unaware of any legit charity soliciting funds on behalf of local firefighters.

--FINAL UPDATE--Ms. Zhou has been located safe. The LCSO would like to thank the public for their assistance.Neighbors -...
11/13/2019

--FINAL UPDATE--
Ms. Zhou has been located safe. The LCSO would like to thank the public for their assistance.

Neighbors - please keep a lookout, especially around the Sports Pavilion area.

--FINAL UPDATE--

Ms. Zhou has been located safe. The LCSO would like to thank the public for their assistance.

--ORIGINAL POST--

Ashburn Village Area Residents: The LCSO is asking for the public’s assistance to help locate a missing 83-year-old woman who was last seen around 9 a.m. this morning in the area of Mandalay Court in Ashburn.

Surong Zhou was last seen wearing a short bright green jacket with a red shirt, black and purple tennis shoes, and a red beanie style hat. She is further described as being 5’ tall, 120 pounds, and has short white hair. She is considered endangered due to mental and/or physical health concerns.

She is known to walk the area around the Ashburn Village Sports Pavilion.

If you have any information regarding the whereabouts of Ms. Zhou, please contact the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office immediately by calling 703-777-1021.

11/13/2019

Volunteer EMT/Paramedic Opportunities Now Available

When you join the fire department, you become family.  Today we're celebrating the wedding of two of our own.  Congrats ...
11/02/2019

When you join the fire department, you become family. Today we're celebrating the wedding of two of our own. Congrats Matt and Alicia!

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We believe that when neighbors help neighbors, our community becomes stronger and safer. The Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department (AVFRD) has been serving our neighbors since our founding in 1944. Today, our 150+ volunteers freely give of their time and energy - often at the expense of family time, overtime pay and sleep - to respond to our neighbors’ calls for help from Station 6 (Ashburn) and Station 22 (Landsdowne) as part of the Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue system. We are a diverse group of men and women, with ages from 16-90, representing the wide variety of cultures, professions and families in our community.

Our volunteers, past and present, share a common set of values - pride, dedication, sacrifice, family, diversity, duty and a sense of community. If you share these values and are looking for a challenge, a way to give back to your community or to be a part of something that truly matters, come, be a part of our tradition; Volunteer as an EMT or Firefighter. You don't need to be a resident of Ashburn to join us, and no experience is necessary - we'll provide all of the training you need. The skills and experiences our volunteers gain through their training and service are taken back into the community where they benefit our day jobs, our families, our neighbors and ourselves.

Our volunteer ranks also include administrative members. Want to be part of the action, but not interested in running into burning buildings or riding on an ambulance? Our Administrative Members provide administrative and fund-raising support for the operation and the business of our department. From accounting, computer support, public relations, marketing, maintenance, IT, community education and administrative functions – there’s plenty to do behind the scenes. Anyone who does not have the desire to participate directly in operational services, or those who cannot meet the physical demands for serving as a Firefighter/EMT or EMT are encouraged to bring their unique skills to the community as an Administrative Member of AVFRD.

As a non-profit organization, we rely on the community that we serve to support us. Visit our website at https://ashburnfirerescue.org for more information on how you can support us through our fundraising events and general donations.

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Hi! Many,many...many years ago, when I was running the Explorer Post, we did a controlled burn at the intersection of (now) LoCo Parkway and Waxpool Road where all the data centers are. The house was sitting by its lonesome on the SW corner. Do you all have a "before" picture by ANY wild chance?
January 18th -12:00-4:00pm. AVFRD CHILI DAYS Fundraiser - we're back for our 6th year at Old Ox Brewery, Guilford Drive, Ashburn!!- Come and join the fun. Family Friendly. Celebrity chefs and you pick the “Best of” Chili and enjoy our special AVFRD brewski. see our website for more details: www.ashburnfirerescue.org/events. Sponsorships available, contact [email protected] or 703 405 7137.
CFC Season has officially begun!!! Be sure to sign up and share with all your friends ! Our CFC number is 51668
thank you for helping Mike last night. your service was prompt and appreciated! this is why we donate each year. Mike is doing well today. his collar bone was badly broken and scapula is fractured. he never would have gotten off the trail with out your help! ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️
HAPPY SNOW DAY!!! It's a perfect time to think about throwing an amazing holiday party. Let us help you host your event or let's take some pressure off and cater it! #tistheseason #holidayparty #catering #delivery #happyhour #festive #meetmeatthefinn #blackfinnashburn #FINNFAM *** also all first responders get 15% off all food ALL THE TIME*** Thank you for all that you do and we hope to see you soon!!!
James O'Donnell shared their photo. Published by Michael Martin · A Good Friend of mine, Lt. James O’Donnell has written a new book titled “ Sons Of Valor Parents Of Faith” In his book Lt. O’Donnell looks at the lives of Ten First Responders, Nine Of which were Members of the New York City Fire Department and One a Member Of the New York City Police Department whose lives were Tragically cut short due to the Terrorist Attack on September 11 , 2001 at the World Trade Center and how their Families have had to cope with the loss of a Loved One on 9-11; exploring their spiritual and emotional journeys Please Everyone Like and Share this Page Lt O’Donnell is donating All proceeds from the Sale of this Book to Various FDNY 9-11 Charities. Book available @ Amazon and Barnes and Noble .
Thanks for letting the Sterling Lions join you this morning to sell or remaining Florida Oranges and Grapefruits. We will be there about 9, need time to pack up and move our inventory. 100% of all proceeds will be donated to the community.
Another great Boy Scout Troop 58 lawnmowing service project for the firehouse today! Just a small token of appreciation for all of the support our Troop gets from the firehouse team.
December 7-8, 2017 Grant Management Class Hosted by Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments
THANK you all , for your services.