Loudoun County Volunteer Fire-Rescue

Loudoun County Volunteer Fire-Rescue Loudoun County utilizes volunteer and career personnel to provide fire and EMS emergency response.
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Make a difference in your community by becoming a volunteer firefighter, EMT, or administrative member. No experience necessary and we provide all training at NO COST to the volunteer. We also provide various benefits. Visit us at www.answerthecall.info or call 703-777-0595 for more information.

Words can't express the impact our community's generosity has on the morale of our first responders at this time.Thank y...
03/25/2020

Words can't express the impact our community's generosity has on the morale of our first responders at this time.

Thank you to our community members who are purchasing Starbucks insta-coffees at Starbucks which are going to the medical facilities and Fire-EMS stations for medical personnel & support staff who are working.

Thank you to Starbucks for offering free Tall coffees until May 3, 2020, to first responders, police officers, firefighters, paramedics, doctors, nurses, hospital staff, medical staff, and medical researchers.

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Again, Thank you to our local businesses and community members for supporting our first responders during this difficult...
03/24/2020

Again, Thank you to our local businesses and community members for supporting our first responders during this difficult time. Thank You!

Our wonderful community keeps us going! Huge thanks to Lowry's Crab Shack in Hamilton for providing our night shift crews with an amazingly delicious seafood feast!! Lowry's dining room might be closed, but they are still taking carryout orders if you want to support a great local business.

Thank you to the citizens and businesses for supporting our first responders during this difficult time.
03/23/2020

Thank you to the citizens and businesses for supporting our first responders during this difficult time.

A great big shoutout to La Villa Roma for graciously donating dinner to last nights duty crew! Please make sure to help support the small business during these unexpected hard times.

Congratulations to our volunteers for completing EMT, Firefighter, and Advanced EMT, in addition to their full time jobs...
03/23/2020

Congratulations to our volunteers for completing EMT, Firefighter, and Advanced EMT, in addition to their full time jobs, schooling, and family obligations!

Visit www.OpenNewDoors.com to learn more about how you could become a volunteer Firefighter or EMT!

81 Loudoun County First Responders Graduate Fire and EMS Training

The Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System (LC-CFRS) is honored to announce the graduation of 81 personnel who successfully completed various levels of fire and rescue training. Though the official graduation ceremony, scheduled for March 23, 2020 has been cancelled, it is important to recognize and praise the accomplishments of these men and women who have made the commitment to serve their communities.
Of the 81 graduates, 29 students completed the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) course, 11 completed Advanced Emergency Medical Technician (A-EMT), and 41 students completed Firefighter I-II. In addition to their full-time jobs, schooling, and family obligations, each of the graduates spent countless hours over the last six months training to achieve Loudoun County, Virginia State and National Certifications in their respective programs.
Course instructors for each class chose one individual to be recognized as the ‘top student’. The ‘top student’ is chosen for their ability to lead and motivate their classmates, their tremendous level of dedication, as well their academic performance. The ‘top students’ being recognized in each of the graduating courses are as follows:

Emergency Medical Technician:
Dan Doherty - Ashburn Volunteer Fire-Rescue Company

Advanced Emergency Medical Technician:
Lillybeth Seng - Purcellville Volunteer Rescue Squad

Firefighter I/II:
Nicholas Prior - Sterling Volunteer Fire Company

Academies of Loudoun Firefighter I/II:
Samantha Sanchez - Sterling Volunteer Fire Company

Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System congratulates our newest first responders and welcomes them to the LC-CFRS family. These graduates join a System of career and volunteer providers who continue to embody our core values of Teamwork, Integrity, Professionalism and Service. A full listing of graduates can be found here http://ow.ly/ahS750yTnb9.

To learn more about the Loudoun County Combined Fire and Rescue System visit www.loudoun.gov/fire and for information on becoming a volunteer first responder in Loudoun, visit www.OpenNewDoors.org.

Loudoun County Volunteer Fire-Rescue
Sterling Volunteer Fire Company
Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad
Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad
Purcellville Volunteer Fire Company
Purcellville Volunteer Rescue Squad
Arcola Volunteer Fire Department
Ashburn Volunteer Fire Rescue Department - AVFRD
Lucketts Volunteer Fire Dept
Hamilton Volunteer Fire Department
Hamilton Volunteer Rescue Squad
Round Hill Volunteer Fire Department
Leesburg Volunteer Fire Company
Lovettsville Volunteer Fire and Rescue

Family Day was definitely a blast! Familes and friends came out to watch their loved ones showcase everything they've le...
03/17/2020

Family Day was definitely a blast! Familes and friends came out to watch their loved ones showcase everything they've learned in class.

Visit us to learn more about how you too could become certified as a firefighter or EMT! www.OpenNewDoors.org

Thank you for supporting our first responders through your thoughts and actions. www.OpenNewDoors.org
03/15/2020

Thank you for supporting our first responders through your thoughts and actions.
www.OpenNewDoors.org

03/14/2020

Family Day: Car Fire Scenario

03/14/2020

Family Day - second scenario

03/14/2020

Firefighter Family Day

Family Day tomorrow for our Firefighters! Family Day is where our firefighters will be showcasing everything they have l...
03/13/2020

Family Day tomorrow for our Firefighters! Family Day is where our firefighters will be showcasing everything they have learned. Friends and family are invited to come watch their loved ones and all the hard work they have put in over the past 6 months.

Be sure to tune in tomorrow for more pictures and videos!

If you are interested in learning more about how you could become certified as a firefighter or EMT, visit www.OpenNewDoors.org and visit our Contact tab!

Our Firefighters will showcase the skills they have learned during class during one final burn this weekend.  As they fi...
03/11/2020

Our Firefighters will showcase the skills they have learned during class during one final burn this weekend. As they finish up the final days of class, they will be showcasing skills from fire suppression to search and rescue! Firefighters will be responding to scenarios on the burn pad for families and friends!

If you are interested in learning more about how you could become certified as a firefighter or EMT, visit www.OpenNewDoors.org and visit our Contact tab!

Were you ever curious to see how our firefighters are trained? Our firefighters will be wrapping up their 6 month class ...
03/09/2020

Were you ever curious to see how our firefighters are trained? Our firefighters will be wrapping up their 6 month class and having their Family Day this weekend! They will get to put everything they learned during class and run scenarios like it were calls!

If you are interested in becoming a firefighter, visit www.OpenNewDoors.org and visit our Contact tab!

University programs could charge you between $800-1,000 to obtain an EMT certification... But we train and provide you w...
02/12/2020

University programs could charge you between $800-1,000 to obtain an EMT certification... But we train and provide you with the same certification for free!

Did we mention that you don't need to have experience prior to joining? We also provide our volunteers with great benefits from tuition reimbursement, property tax reduction, license waiver fee, and much more!

Learn more at www.OpenNewDoors.org and fill out an interest form so we could reach out!

Did you know, over 70% of Firefighters and EMTs are volunteers? We provide you with all the training you'll need, provid...
02/10/2020

Did you know, over 70% of Firefighters and EMTs are volunteers?

We provide you with all the training you'll need, provide you with awesome benefits as a volunteer, and you'll be responding to incidents to help your community! To learn more, visit www.OpenNewDoors.org and fill out the interest form on the "Contact" tab!

Make that childhood dream of becoming a Firefighter or EMT a reality! As a Volunteer in Loudoun County, we provide all t...
02/02/2020

Make that childhood dream of becoming a Firefighter or EMT a reality! As a Volunteer in Loudoun County, we provide all the training and certifications at no cost! No experience required and we even provide tons of different benefits!

Visit www.OpenNewDoors.org to learn more! Make sure to fill out an interest form and we'll reach out to tell you more and answer any questions you may have.

Free training and certifications without any prior experience? Sign up today! We train all our volunteers at no cost to ...
01/31/2020

Free training and certifications without any prior experience? Sign up today!

We train all our volunteers at no cost to you! To top it all off, we even provide tons of benefits from property tax reduction, tuition reimbursement, business discounts, and much more!

Visit us at www.OpenNewDoors.org to learn more!

Congratulations to our new volunteers that have attended our New Volunteer Orientation class this past weekend! They hav...
01/28/2020

Congratulations to our new volunteers that have attended our New Volunteer Orientation class this past weekend!
They have earned certifications in CPR, Bloodborne Pathogens, and now ready to work with their crews to become certified Firefighters or EMTs!

To find out more information on how you could volunteer as a Firefighter, EMT, or help as an Administrative member, visit www.OpenNewDoors.org!

Meet Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department’s Explorer Post 1666! This program works with young adults, between th...
01/22/2020

Meet Ashburn Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department’s Explorer Post 1666! This program works with young adults, between the ages of 14-21, to provide an insight into the field of Emergency Medical Services and Firefighting. Explorers will be educated and trained in First Aid and CPR/AED.

Interested in joining or know anyone that may be? Visit www.OpenNewDoors.org for more information!
Explorer Post 1666

Meet Purcellville Volunteer Rescue Squad’s Explorer Program! Purcellville Volunteer Rescue Squad works with young adults...
01/21/2020

Meet Purcellville Volunteer Rescue Squad’s Explorer Program! Purcellville Volunteer Rescue Squad works with young adults, between the ages of 14-16, that are interested in Emergency Medical Services. Explorers will obtain certifications in CPR, First Aid, and take field trips throughout the year.

Interested in joining or know anyone that may be? Visit www.OpenNewDoors.org for more information!
Purcellville Volunteer Rescue Squad

Firefighter Class 19-2 had a great weekend and had the opportunity to put together all the skills they've learned in cla...
01/14/2020

Firefighter Class 19-2 had a great weekend and had the opportunity to put together all the skills they've learned in class! Burn 1 ☑️

Our volunteers get free training and certifications, with no prior experience! If you are interested in becoming a Firefighter, EMT, or want to help as an administrative member, visit www.OpenNewDoors.org!

2020 has just started but over 30 people have taken the first step to learn more about becoming a volunteer and becoming...
01/09/2020

2020 has just started but over 30 people have taken the first step to learn more about becoming a volunteer and becoming more active in their communities!

You too could help in many ways - certified Firefighter, certified EMT, or helping our stations run strong by helping in an administrative capacity! Visit www.OpenNewDoors.org and see how you could help!

Fire Attack Training for Firefighter Class 19-2! 2020 is only a few days in, never too late to start a New Year's Resolu...
01/06/2020

Fire Attack Training for Firefighter Class 19-2!

2020 is only a few days in, never too late to start a New Year's Resolution by learning how you could become certified as a Firefighter or EMT!

No experience needed and free training! Visit us at www.OpenNewDoors.org!

Loudoun County Sheriff's Office
01/04/2020

Loudoun County Sheriff's Office

The Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office is excited to introduce you to the newest member of our agency! Ginny is an 18-month-old Black Lab that comes to the LCSO from Pennsylvania. She has partnered up with Master Deputy Chris Shore, who was recently selected to become an Explosive Detection Canine Handler.

Welcome to the team Ginny! We know you and Master Deputy Shore will do amazing work together!

Thank you Christopher Boehret for almost 40 years of dedication and service to our community as a volunteer firefighter.
01/01/2020

Thank you Christopher Boehret for almost 40 years of dedication and service to our community as a volunteer firefighter.

This past Monday night, after 39(ish) years of selfless service to the citizens of Leesburg and Loudoun County Senior Man Christopher Boehret (aka Bobo) ran his last shift as he will be hanging up his hat in “retirement”. He spent his last crew driving Engine 601 with his son Ryan next to him as the Engine Officer for the night. Thank you Chris for everything you’ve contributed in your almost 40 years of service!

01/01/2020

Happy New Year! Thank you to all our first responders and please stay safe tonight!

Firefighter Class 19-2 does it again! Great class this weekend learning about Flashover. What better way to start 2020 t...
12/30/2019

Firefighter Class 19-2 does it again! Great class this weekend learning about Flashover.

What better way to start 2020 than taking the first steps to becoming a certified EMT or Firefighter? Maybe you'd like to help in an administrative capacity? To learn more, visit us at www.OpenNewDoors.org!

PC - Andy Young

Great job, Firefighter Class 19-2!  Volunteer Firefighters are being trained and familiarizing themselves with the Self-...
12/27/2019

Great job, Firefighter Class 19-2! Volunteer Firefighters are being trained and familiarizing themselves with the Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA). The SCBA supplies clean air to firefighters so they can breathe inside a building or an area with toxic smoke.

To learn more about volunteering or how you could help, visit www.OpenNewDoors.org!

Wishing you and your family a happy and safe holiday season!
12/25/2019

Wishing you and your family a happy and safe holiday season!

20 new volunteers have attended class this past weekend to get their basic certifications. Congratulations to everyone! ...
12/20/2019

20 new volunteers have attended class this past weekend to get their basic certifications. Congratulations to everyone!

Interested in how you could take the first steps to becoming a certified Firefighter or EMT? Learn more at www.OpenNewDoors.org.

12/07/2019
Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad

Congrats Lt Marybeth Henry of Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad and Academies of Loudoun - Unofficial.
Well deserved.

Sterling Rescue's Mary Beth Henry has been chosen as WINC-FM's First Responder of the Month for November 2019! Lt. Henry was nominated by one of her students at the Academies of Loudoun, where she is an EMS instructor. In the write-up, it was noted that Lt. Henry should “be chosen because of the passion she has for educating the youth on how to become a provider.” The nomination went on to note that Lt. Henry not only teaches at AOL, but works full time, getting little to no rest, and that “if anyone should win, Lt. Henry should with her intense passion like no other.” Congratulations to Mary Beth on her award!

Congratulations Chief Byron Andrews of Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad!
12/05/2019

Congratulations Chief Byron Andrews of Sterling Volunteer Rescue Squad!

Great fun family event! Plus, trees being sold by fire & EMS volunteers in the parking lot and raffle proceeds to benefi...
12/05/2019

Great fun family event!
Plus, trees being sold by fire & EMS volunteers in the parking lot and raffle proceeds to benefit a local family in need.

Mark your Calendars....

Purcellville Volunteer Rescue Squad - Breakfast With Santa Sat Dec 7th 8:00am - 11:00am
Purcellville Volunteer Fire Company, 500 N Maple Ave, Purcellville

#Santa #Free #LoudounCounty #WesternLoudoun

11/22/2019

Our volunteers are trained for free with no prior experience needed. Could this be you?

Visit us at www.OpenNewDoors.org and find out!

11/16/2019

Congratulations to our new volunteers that have completed their first course! They now hold certifications to CPR and Blood Borne Pathogens! Soon, they’ll be taking class to become firefighters and/or EMTs!

It all started with a click to www.OpenNewDoors.org. No experience needed, 100% free classes, and we offer tons of benefits like retirement, tuition reimbursement, and property tax reduction! Visit us and see how you could make a difference!

Proud of our firefighters!
10/29/2019
Firefighters Get Real-World Training at Falcon's Landing

Proud of our firefighters!

While Loudoun County operates a sophisticated training center for its for its firefighters, there is no substitute for real-world experiences. Thanks to the management of the Falcon’s Landing retirement complex in Sterling, crews on Saturday spent hours battling smoke and flames in modern homes.

Big game tonight as Loudoun County High School went against Tuscarora High School! Jill Warter, member of Loudoun County...
10/11/2019

Big game tonight as Loudoun County High School went against Tuscarora High School!

Jill Warter, member of Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad Co. 13, has completed the Academies of Loudoun EMS program last year and her Varsity Volleyball team played tonight in honor of Military and First Responders! Military and First Responders were called to the center to be recognized and all proceeds were donated to Loudoun Volunteer Rescue Squad.

ACL-MATA students, along with Leesburg Volunteer Fire Department, also made an appearance tonight to assist with cause. Interested in learning more about how you could become an EMT or Firefighter? Check us out at www.OpenNewDoors.org or reach out to us directly!

No experience needed and training is free!

Thank you for thinking of us and having us at the big game! Susan Spertzel Warter

Congratulations to the 20 new volunteers that attended class this weekend and received certifications in Blood Borne Pat...
10/01/2019

Congratulations to the 20 new volunteers that attended class this weekend and received certifications in Blood Borne Pathogens and CPR!

Interested in how you could get free training, learn new skills, and serve the community all at the same time? Visit us at www.OpenNewDoors.org or reach out to us directly!

Congratulations to Loudoun County's 110 Volunteer Fire and EMS graduates!  Thank you for your dedication and service to ...
09/18/2019

Congratulations to Loudoun County's 110 Volunteer Fire and EMS graduates! Thank you for your dedication and service to Loudoun County.

Join Us www.OpenNewDoors.org

Attending a High School Football game in Loudoun County? Look around- the game is being provided EMS coverage by your lo...
08/30/2019

Attending a High School Football game in Loudoun County? Look around- the game is being provided EMS coverage by your local Volunteer EMS providers.
Get off the bleachers and become an EMT. Visit www.opennewdoors.org for more info.

Thank you to our EMTs who provide this valuable service in our community.

It’s football season!! Thanks to our many volunteers who standby for our hometown teams! Tonight Medic 614 was on scene of the Woodgrove vs. Loudoun Valley classic. We never know who to root for!

If you see us at Woodgrove or Valley games, stop by and say hello! Go Wolverines and go Vikings!!

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Loudoun County Fire-Rescue provides volunteer and career first responder coverage in Loudoun County. We are constantly recruiting persons who are interested in bettering themselves and their community by becoming a volunteer firefighter, EMT, or administrative member. No experience necessary and we provide all training at no cost to our career and volunteer personnel. We also provide various benefits such as tax waivers, college reimbursement, and retirement benefits. Volunteers run out of multiple stations throughout Loudoun County. This is a great opportunity for persons interested in the medical and public safety field, wish to improve their health, want to give back to their community, become a part of their community, or have a desire to make a difference in someone’s life.

Visit us at www.OpenNewDoors.org or call/text (571) 442-2801 for more information.

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How can I get information about EMS Ride alongs? My daughter will become EMS certified next week and would like to do some over Christmas break.
This unique Safety Stop on our “Passport to Safety,” not found at any other Open House in Loudoun County is presented by the LCPS Dept. of Transportation and sponsored by Nugent and Sons. Learn all about School Bus Safety. This Sunday October 21, from 12 noon till 3:45 at AVFRD,. Please Share ?
Car fire tonight at WalMart in Leesburg. Thank you to Leesburg Fire Company for their efforts to extinguish and to Leesburg Police for keeping everybody at a safe distance.
The Original Pentecostals would like to invite all of our Fire and Rescue personnel to Frederick Douglass Elementary on Sunday, September 9th at 11:30am. We are taking this day to honor our all of our Police, Fire, and Rescue. All members of each department in attendance will be given a free gift of appreciation for their service to our community. We are also honored to have the former Assistant Fire Chief of Charles County, MD and current Pastor of Crossroads Apostolic Church Reverend Curtis Eaby who will be speaking at the event. Reverend Eaby is started his career with the Prince George’s County Fire/EMS Department in February 1988 which spanned over two decades. He rose through the ranks, beginning as a firefighter and retiring as an assistant fire chief. During his tenure with the fire department, Pastor Eaby received the Gold Medal of Valor for heroism for rescuing a trapped firefighter. He was also part of the emergency service response to the Pentagon on September 11th. In addition to Pastor Eaby’s numerous Fire/EMS training classes, he has a bachelor’s degree in Human Resource Management. Please join us as we celebrate our awesome men and women of service. Contact Bucky Bailey for more information.
REMINDER: There is NO Pancake Breakfast in July. Stay tuned for exciting details for our August 12 Pancake Breakfast! Please share this post with your family and friends so they are not disappointed - Thanks! #AVFRD #neighborshelpingneighbors
Mission BBQ Fire/Rescue Charity Event for the LFRF THIS WEDNESDAY, May 9 from 6-9pm. HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!!
A huge heartfelt Thank You to ALL of you...for what you do for ALL of us!
interesado en formar parte de su equipo.
Interesado
My kids had a blast today! Thanks to all the volunteers!!!!!
Do you have to have EMS certification to spply, be accepted into the fire academy program?
I would like to be a volunteer emt fire fighter. Please send me the information. My email is jamestolbert31124Gmail.com