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All You Can Eat Country Breakfast – October 27, 2019

The New Market District Volunteer Fire Company will host an All You Can Eat Country Breakfast fundraiser
on Sunday, October 27, 2019 from 7:00 am until 11:00 am. 
Bring the entire family, friends, and neighbors out for a delicious breakfast. 

Pricing:    Adults - $9.00, Seniors (55+) - $7.00,  Kids (5-10) - $5.00,  Under 5 - FREE  
Menu:  Pancakes, Sausage, Bacon, Eggs, Biscuits, Puddin, Sausage Gravy, Stewed Apples, Milk, Coffee, Orange Juice


Donations are greatly appreciated. Thank you for your support.

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Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, October 27

The New Market District Volunteer Fire Department will host a All You Can Eat Country Breakfast fundraiser on Sunday, October 27th, 2019 from 7 AM until 11 AM. Bring the entire family, friends and neighbors out for a delicious Breakfast.

Adults - $9.00
Seniors (55+) - $7.00
Kids (5-10) - $5.00
Under 5 - FREE

Sausage Gravy
Stewed Apples
Milk, ... (Full Story & Photos)

Engine-153 Progress Report #1

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, September 23

Our progress on the 2nd Engine hasn't fallen dormant, the unit has spent the last couple weeks at Adkins Automotive LLC of Mt Aetna, MD getting a brand new look and some much needed updates chosen by the Apparatus Committee. We also want to make mention of Joes Upholstery for their work on transforming the hose bed cover for E153 to being ours from its previous home. The unit has been delivered to ... (Full Story & Photos)

Officer's Side Paint Update
Officer's Side Paint Update

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Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, September 21

On Saturday September 21st, more than twenty-five volunteers gathered to spend their Saturday practicing some of the basics of firefighting. The drill entailed many different scenarios to include garden apartment fires, mixed occupancy fires, basement fires and residential single family home fires. It is very important that our volunteers keep their basic skills in check in order to serve those who ... (Full Story & Photos)

First Due Basement Fire

Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, September 16

At 2200hrs on Monday September 16th, units were dispatched for a report of a basement fire on Box 15-2 to the 5700blk of Heatherwood Ct. E152(Sgt Parrish), RS15(FFIII Lawson), A159(EMSII Henry) and C15(Nalborczyk) responded on the run with 14 volunteers. Fist arriving E152 found a 2 story single family detached home with smoke showing from the 1st floor. C15 arrived and asuumed the Heatherwood Ct ... (Full Story)

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Fire Chief Benjamin Nalborczyk, August 03

The New Market District Volunteer Fire Company has a long history of evolving its apparatus to meet its current and future service delivery needs of its community, starting in 1964 under the leadership of Fire Chief James Hahn the company started responding to the needs of the community with a second engine, then a 1964 International Howe was placed in service known as Engine-152, through the years ... (Full Story & Photos)

Water Rescue in Lake Linganore

Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Thews, June 30

Just after 4 pm on Sunday June 30th, Ambulance 159 was alerted for an injured person near Coldstream Beach in Lake Linganore. The call was soon upgraded to a water rescue after reports stated the patient fell from an elevated walkway onto rocks and trees and into the water.

A158, A159, RS15, E152, SUP15, BT15, DIVE15, and Chief 15 responded immediately on the call with 24 volunteers. A159 arrived ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Thews, June 13

Beginning this week, our annual door-to-door fundraising campaign has gotten underway. You may be receiving a knock at your door and be greeted by a fundraising representative who will be identified as working on behalf of the New Market District VFC. These fundraisers will have an ID badge, Shirt, and vehicle identification that identifies them as such. Please be patient as we conduct this campaign ... (Full Story & Photos)

One Trapped in New Market

Assistant Fire Chief Matthew Thews, June 09

On Sunday June 9th at 1250 hours, RS15 was alerted along with units from Co. 25 and Medic 23 for a vehicle accident with entrapment on Green Valley Road at I-70. A159 and E152 were already handling a call for an unconscious subject in New Market, so A158 and RS15 took the call. Between the two responses, over 18 New Market Volunteers were staffing the rigs.

RS15 arrived along with Chief 717B (Burns) ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Recruiter Ben Harris, June 04

On June 4, 2019 at 1447 hrs New Market District Volunteer Fire Company was dispatched to assist on a water search and rescue call in of the 15000 block of Lockwood Road in Washington County, in the Potomac River near Williamsport. Support 15, Boat 15, and Dive 15 responded with 7 volunteers and 1 Frederick County DFRS SWT. Upon arrival to the scene swift water techs quickly dressed into their ... (Full Story & Photos)

Second Alarm House Fire in Howard County

Recruiter Ben Harris, June 04

On June 4th 2019 at 11:24 am, Rescue Squad 15 was dispatched for a house fire in the 1500 block of Old Annapolis Road in Howard County, MD. Units from four counties responded on the initial alarm. First arriving units found a large two story home with fire showing and initiated a defensive attack. A second alarm and task force were eventually requested, bringing Engine 152, Chief 15, and Ambulance ... (Full Story & Photos)

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