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Thank You for Supporting PGCVFRA


The Officers of the Prince Georges County Volunteer Fire & Rescue Association would like to thank everyone for making our Bingo Fundraiser a big success. We had a great turnout of citizens that came to play and help support our mission. The event could not have been held without the hard work of Accokeek VFD Co.24, and their dedicated Bingo Crew. We would also like to thank the Ladies Auxiliary members ... (Full Story & Photos)

West Lanham Hills Awaiting New Pumper


The Officers and Members of the West Lanham Hills Volunteer Fire Department (Co.28 & 48) have placed an order for a new pumper to serve the citizens of Prince Georges County. They have ordered an E One Custom Extreme Duty Stainless Steel pumper through Patriot Fire LLC in Grasonville Maryland. Their hard work will bring another Volunteer owned piece of apparatus to the county.... (Full Story & Photos)

Statewide Volunteer Recruitment Day is Sunday April 23rd


On Sunday April 23rd Volunteer Fire Departments throughout the county will be holding recruitment open houses. Our member companies are always ready to add Volunteer Fire, EMS, and Support staff to their departments. This is a perfect time to come out abd see what it takes to give back to your community, and help neighbors in emergency situations.You can locate your nearest Volunteer Fire Department ... (Full Story & Photos)

Marlboro VFD to Host April Meeting


All members are invited to join us on Wednesday April 12th for the monthly business meeting of the Prince Georges County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association. The meeting will be hosted by the Marlboro Volunteer Fire Department at Company 20. Dinner will be served at 6:30pm, with the meeting scheduled for 7:30pm.... (Full Story & Photos)

New Mini Pumper for Accokeek VFD Co.24

PGCVFRA PIO, February 26

Congratulations to the Officers and Members of the Accokeek Volunteer Fire Department on the delivery of a new volunteer owned Mini Pumper. Mini pumper 24 is a 2016 Ford F550 4x4 , with a 300 gallon tank, 1000 GPM pump, 1000ft or supply line, 2-200ft 1-3/4" cross lays and 200ft of 3/4" booster line. ... (Full Story & Photos)

Prayer Breakfast Schedule Update

PGCVFRA PIO, February 18

Join the PGCVFRA Chaplain Corp for prayer and fellowship....

March 4th @ Marlboro VFD Co.20 April 8th @ Brentwood VFD Co.55

May 6th @ Forestville VFD Co.23 June 10th @ Brandywine VFD Co.40

July 8th @ Kentland VFD Co.33/46 August 12th @ Beltsville VFD Co.31

September 23rd @ Convention Co.55 October ... (Full Story)


Member Brenda Sarmiento, December 28


JANUARY 16, 17, (18 CPR) & 20
FEBRUARY 20, 21, (22 CPR) & 24
MARCH 20, 21 (22 CPR) & 24
APRIL 17, 18, (19 CPR) & 21
MAY 22, 23, (24 CPR) & 26
JUNE 19, 20, (21 CPR) & 23
JULY 17, 18 (19 CPR) & 21
AUGUST 21, 22, (23 CPR) & 25
SEPTEMBER ... (Full Story & Photos)


Member Brenda Sarmiento, November 23

Members of the Prince George’s County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association,

As we head into the holiday season this year, we are reminded of all the things we are thankful for, our families, friends, and health. One of the themes I will be reflecting upon is the dedication and selflessness of all of you the volunteers who give so freely of yourselves. Each day members of the Prince George’s ... (Full Story & Photos)

Taking Care of Each Other

Member Glenn Locker, November 04

We all spend a lot of time and effort taking care of the citizens we serve. We are all focused on training, response, and the administration of our volunteer companies. It is also our duty to look out for the well being of our brother and sister volunteers. The physical stress of providing Fire and EMS service to our communities. Remember that our 1st responders also face mental stress. Take a few ... (Full Story & Photos)

Your Community Needs You

Member Glenn Locker, October 07

You can help protect your community by being a Volunteer Firefighter in Prince Georges County. Volunteer Departments throughout the county are actively looking for men and women willing to dedicate their time to train and respond to emergency calls. We offer free training at the Maryland Fire & Rescue Institute, all Personal Protective Gear is other benefits. Start by visiting the websites ... (Full Story & Photos)


Member Brenda Sarmiento, October 03

The newly elected 2016 - 2017 officers for the Prince George's County Volunteer Fire & Rescue Association are as follows:

President: William Cunningham, Sr.
1st Vice President: Mark Trader
2nd Vice President: Brian Cavanaugh
Secretary: Teri Heinicke
Assistant Secretary: Teresa Crisman
Treasurer: Margie Dickey
Assistant Treasurer: Joan Robison
Chief Chaplain: Harry Hetz
Chaplain: Elaine Huttenloch
Chaplain: ... (Full Story & Photos)


Member Brenda Sarmiento, September 21

Follow the link to the updated PGFD General Orders.... (Full Story)

Recruitment Support for Member Companies

Member Glenn Locker, June 07

The Prince George's County Volunteer Fire & Rescue Association,Prince George's County Fire/EMS Department, and the Prince Georges County Fire Commission have been selected to participate as a pilot in a National SAFER Grant. The Grant was awarded to the International Association of Fire Chiefs (IAFC), in partnership with the International Association of Women in Fire and Emergency Services (iWomen), ... (Full Story & Photos)

Kentland VFD Adds New Rescue Engine

Member Glenn Locker, June 03

The Kentland Volunteer Fire Department recently took delivery of their new Rescue Engine. The Pierce Arrow XT heavy duty rescue pumper will be placed in service soon as Rescue Engine 33. Congratulations to the Officers and Members for all of their hard work.
Find out more about this busy 100% Volunteer Company at (Full Story & Photos)

Company 27 Attacks Recruiting

Member Glenn Locker, June 02

The Officers and Members of the Morningside Volunteer Fire Department are attacking recruiting like a 1st due box alarm. Since making the decision to serve their community as a 100% Volunteer staffed department, recruitment and retention has become a major priority. While the department has a strong presence on social media and an active website, they have added more tools also. Members use a mobile ... (Full Story & Photos)

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