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FY Fire EMS Total
2014 918 1487 2405
2013 975 1775 2475
2012 990 1545 2645
2011 912 1489 2401
2010 918 1540 2458
2009 947 1653 2600
2008 1006 1639 2645
2007 1010 1465 2475

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Saturday, October 19, 2019

Doors open at 4, Auction begins at 5

Join us and stock up on items for your house, fridge, freezer and pantry!

You never know what we will have, but be prepared to snag good deals on anything from meats to snacks to household cleaners!

October 21, 2019

Eat-in or Carry-out all day long!

A portion of the proceeds will benefit the Mason Weiss Medical Fund

Mason Weiss is a member of our department who was injured while riding his bicycle and struck by a vehicle. All proceeds will go toward his medical fund, if you would like to read more about Mason's journey feel free to check out the CaringBridge website

Thank you for your support! #masonstrong


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Join us for our annual Febraury Lottery Raffle!!

Chances to win make the perfect Christmas gift!

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Hughesville Member Tragically Lost in MVC


In the late evening hours of April 28th, the Hughesville Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad Inc. lost member Kyle Compton (23) in a motor vehicle collision on Turkey Hill Road in White Plains. Kyle was a member of the Department for approximately five years. He was a certified Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician, and has been recognized with several awards. He assisted the Department ... (Full Story & Photos)

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HVFD PIO, January 03

Maryland is the most recent state to require the more modern alarms which are tamper-resistant and last for 10 years without the battery needing to be replaced. It’s part of a nationwide trend to transition from old smoke detectors powered by 9-volt batteries to new smoke alarms that have a 10-year life span.

The law, aimed at reducing home fire deaths, went into effect on July 1, 2013. It requires ... (Full Story & Photos)

Charles County Volunteer Fire and EMS Associations Sponsor the 2017 Marine Corps Reserve Toys for Tots Campaign

Past President Jimmy Rose, November 30

The Charles County Volunteer Fire and EMS Departments are proud to announce our participation in the 2017 Marine Corps Reserve Toy for Tots Campaign. Our focus will be to provide new toys for our children who are less fortunate this Christmas Holiday.
We are asking for assistance from our citizens and business owners to donate new unwrapped toys of any age group simply by dropping them off at any ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Firefighter/EMT-B Kyle Compton, October 18

In the morning hours of Sunday, 10/18/15, the day of our open house, Company 2 and surrounding stations were alerted for a Moter Vehicle Accident with entrapment on Prince Frederick Rd (RT231) in the area of Goode Road. Squad 2 arrived on scene first and confirmed a rollover collision involving at least two vehicles with one person trapped. Squad 2's crew went to work stabilizing and extricating the ... (Full Story & Photos)

First Due Fatal Fire

Firefighter/EMT-B Kyle Compton, October 14

Early in the morning on October 14, 2015 at 0035 hours, Company 2 along with surrounding stations were alerted to respond to a single family house fire. During the response, units were advised of subjects trapped in the house. Engine 22 and Tanker 2 responded on dispatch. Special Ops Chief 17A arrived on scene first and advised incoming units of a single story house with fire showing, and confirmed ... (Full Story)


Reflective 911 Address Signs

The reflective address signs clearly mark your address for all emergency personnel to identify easily both day and night. Made of the same tough materials as road signs these home address signs are so reflective in the dark that ambulance or fire crews don't have to struggle to read your address at night. Help us help you! Order one today $20.00 installed.

To order simply fill out the online order form print it and mail it back to to us OR you can email your order to and someone will be in contact with you.

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