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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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Member Chip Jewell, September 26

Thanks to everyone that supported our Fall Sportsman's Raffle, a sold out event with 500 tickets sold!!! There are still two unclaimed holders

Two unclaimed gun jars: Serial #4684579 WINNER #500
#4684584 WINiNER # 2900

Please Call Mary Vann at 301-748-5051 to claim prize and make arrangements to confirm winning ticket.

Thanks ... (Full Story & Photos)


Member Chip Jewell, February 26

The Libertytown Volunteer Fire Department is pleased to announce the availability of PayPal on the home page of our web site to make donations to the Libertytown Volunteer Fire Department or purchase tickets for some of our fund raising events. You may make payments by credit card or through PayPal. Just click the DONATE button on the home page!

Thank you for your support of the Libertytown Volunteer ... (Full Story & Photos)

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No Caption OLD E172 in Action in Nicaragua STILL WORKING HARD !!

Member Chip Jewell, April 09

Old Engine 172, a 1989 Pierce Lance engine that was donated 5 years ago to Nindiri, Nicaragua is still in service providing fire protection as the only fire engine in Nindiri, Nicaragua. This engine was replaced in 2016 with a Pierce Dash that is presently the first line engine in Libertytown. The city of Nindiri has a population of over 60,000 people that depended on a flat bed truck with a pump ... (Full Story & Photos)


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