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The Volunteer Fire Company No. 1 of Chesapeake City , Maryland responds to calls in the town of Chesapeake City and outlying areas. This includes responses into the towns of Elkton, Hacks Point, Cecilton and into nearby Delaware. The company houses equipment in two stations located on each side of the C&D Canal. Our members are trained in fire suppression , rescue and emergency medical care. We also respond to emergencies on the C&D Canal and nearby waterways with our boat, Fire /Rescue Boat 2.
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Please come out and join us at our breakfast and dinner fundraisers, we need your support.
April 6th Chicken & Dumpling Dinner 4pm till 7pm
May 26th Buffet Breakfast 8am till 11am
July 7th Buffet Breakfast 8am till 11am
July 20th Chicken BBQ (at Station 12) 1pm till 6pm
August 24th Chicken BBQ (at Station 12) 1pm till 6pm
Sept 1st Buffet Breakfast 8am till 11am
October 5th Italian Dinner 4pm till 7pm
November 2nd Chicken & Dumpling Dinner 4pm till 7pm
December 21th Breakfast with Santa 8am till 11am
House Fire Woodside Drive
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Father and son, Terry and Ryan Ferguson
at the controlled burn in Cecilton.
Second alarm house fire on Dec 20 th aprox 2pm,
responding companies included Cecilton 1, Hacks Point 9, Elkton 3 13, Middletown and Newark from Delaware.
Multiple companies assist on fighting "Three alarm"
house fire on Biddle Street on 02/28/12, 13:16
Special thanks to all who attended our
100Th Year Anniversary Celebration Cocktail Party.
Chesapeake City Volunteer Fire Company's Chief, Thomas Morris was invited to throw the ceremonial first pitch at the Baltimore Orioles game on August 8Th,
Accompanying Chief Morris on to the Orioles' field at Camden Yards was Assistant Chief Paul Wildey, Louis Morris and Cathie Morris. Chief Morris was honored to throw the first pitch to Baltimore Orioles' pitcher Chris Tillman who served as catcher for the ceremonial throw.
A group of members also attended the game to witness this once in a lifetime opportunity for Chief Morris and cheer him on. Finishing the evening was a exciting edge of the seat game, which came down to the last swing.
Chief Morris gave Orioles pitcher Chris Tillman a gift of a 100th year Anniversary shirt and in return, Tillman autographed a keepsake shirt for Chief Morris.
We the members of
Volunteer Fire Company No. 1 Of Chesapeake City Inc
, would like to thank our friends, family and the community for supporting our fire company by a great show of support at our Turkey Dinner. This was a great opportunity to meet our neighbors and friends,&nb...
2011 MSFA Convention Parade Awards
2nd Place Chesapeake City VFD
Best Appearing Fire Department Marching Unit 10 or more personnel
3rd Place Chesapeake City VFD
Best Appearing Maryland Ladies Auxiliary In Uniform
1st Place Chesapeake City VFD
MVA on Locust Point Road and McKeown Road involving a motorcycle. Chief 2 with command, Rescue 2, Engine 12, Ambo 291and 292, Cecilton's Ambo 191, CCSO, MSP and County Paramedics Units on scene. Aviation unit canceled. 13:54
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Cecil County Communications dispatched stations 2 and 12 for house fire on Front Street. Chief Tom Morris arrived and reported smoke in the residence. Responding surrounding companies were Middletown station1, Cecilton station 1, and Hacks Point station 9 along with DES Paramedic 3. Chesapeake City ...
Stations 2 and 12 were alerted for a working House fire with reports from vehicles passing by "Heavy flames showing". Engine 2 and Tanker 12 responded along with units from Station 9 Hacks Point, Station 1 Cecilton, and Middletown 1,27 Chief Loveless with command....
Engine 12 responded to an "Engine Assist" for a working house fire in Middletown, Brady Lane, reported fire from the roof 11:43, Driver Assistant Chief D. Briscoe, officers Capt. Burch, and Lt. Cody Hopkins made the response....