2014 Carnival Thank You!

With another successful year of our annual fireman's carnival and parade, we are grateful for all who came out and supported us.  Over the last week we have heard a lot of positive things about this years carnival and we have heard some areas that need improvement. This year was the first year we have changed ride company's in many years, so with that comes some trial and errors we had to try. One item on the list for next year is to bring back the Ferris Wheel and the Slide. We value everyone's opinion on what we did good this year and what we can change for next year. Please take a moment and fill out this survey and help 2015 be bigger and better then ever!


And Again THANK YOU!

2014 CARNIVAL SURVEY



   


 

Volunteer With Us Today!

Recruitment Video

North Point-Edgemere Volunteers are ALWAYS LOOKING FOR NEW MEMBERS! Click on the video for just a small taste of what we do here at station 26, then visit the Join Us tab, or download our application in the Downloads tab to drop off to us at the station. For more information, or to talk to a member, contact the station at 410-887-7554. Or send us a message on Facebook at facebook.com/npevfd26.

   


 

1st Annual Sportsmans Raffle

 We would like to announce our first annual sportsman's raffle.  In cooperation with Blue Fins Bait and Tackle, we will be raffling off 5 firearms.  (See official rules).   For tickets, visit the station or email us at supportus@npevfd26.org.  Tickets are also available at Blue Fins Bait and Tackle, located at 700 Wise Ave, Dundalk, MD 21222.  We will also be selling tickets at our upcoming fundraisers and we will also be setting up booths in front of Wal-Mart and Food Lion.  Stay updated with this site, our facebook page and out twitter account @NPEVFD260 for updated information and dates.  

   


 

MVC w/Property Damage

Sunday, May 18, 2014 0326hrs  Station 26 was alerted for an auto accident with injuries at North Point Road and Willow Avenue. Engine 263 responded to find a single vehicle collision into a telephone pole and a fire hydrant with no injuries. Engine 263 stood by as the vehicle was removed to ensure there were no problems with the hydrant.

   


 
 
 

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