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No Caption TOYS FOR TOTS Drop off at Libertytown Vol. Fire Department

Member Chip Jewell, November 13

Once again the Libertytown Volunteer Fire Department will host a TOYS FOR TOTS drop off collection box at the fire station 12027 South St. in Libertytown. In cooperation with the Marine Corp League and the IAFF Local 3666 Frederick County Career Firefighters Association, a drop off box is located inside the fire station. To drop off toys, please ring the door bell and a member of the LVFD or a DFRS ... (Full Story & Photos)


Member Chip Jewell, November 25

The annual winter fund drive of the Libertytown Volunteer Fire Department will soon be arriving in your mailbox! This annual event raises money with 100% going directly to support the Libertytown Volunteer Fire Department. With your donations, we have been able to pay our debt on the new ambulance and continue to reduce our debt load our our building addition and renovations.

Also this time of ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption Libertytown Crew Recognized for Lifesaving Actions

Member Chip Jewell, July 10

Several career members and a volunteer member of the Libertytown Volunteer Fire Department were recently recognized for their actions of excellent patient care for an individual in cardiac arrest that resulted in the patient surviving to live another day. On January 23, 2023, Emergency Communications received a call for a patient unconscious and not breathing. The call information was immediately ... (Full Story & Photos)

Libertytown Donates to Kentucky Volunteer Fire Department Devastated in Floods

Member Chip Jewell, October 14

The Libertytown Volunteer Fire Department has again stepped up to assist another fire company in need by partnering with the Vigilant Hose Company of Emmitsburg. The Vigilant Hose Company has donated an ambulance to the Watts-Caney Fire and Rescue in Lost Creek Kentucky. The ambulance was recently replaced by Vigilant with a new unit . The Watts-Caney Fire Rescue lost everything in the catastrophic ... (Full Story & Photos)

Level of flooding in the Watts-Caney Fire Dept. fire station is shown on apparatus door.
Level of flooding in the Watts-Caney Fire Dept. fire station is shown on apparatus door.

No Caption Winter Heating Safety Message from the Libertytown Volunteer Fire Department

Member Chip Jewell, September 26

As the seasons change, prepare for the heating your home safely by following some simple safety steps.

Have you chimney cleaned and checked before using fireplace or woodstove.

Have you furnace checked and cleaned.

Make sure you dispose of all coals and embers in water, never in plastic bags, paper bags or cardboard boxes. Embers can remain hot for several days. Do not store embers inside of house, ... (Full Story & Photos)


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