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Community Events
05/03/2020
CANCELLED - BBQ Chicken Dinners

05/17/2020
Big Country Breakfast Buffet

07/20/2020 - 07/25/2020
MAVFC Annual Carnival

12/06/2020
MAVFC Craft / Vendor Show

12/05/2021
MAVFC Craft / Vendor Show


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August 11, 2005:
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Unit Stats
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Total 36 29

2020 Alert Stats
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Jan 55 147
Feb 65 141
Mar 63 119
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Total 183 407

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Message to Our Community

Assistant Chief EMS Heidi Halterman, March 15

The Mount Airy Volunteer Fire Company is committed to continuing to serve our community and its members during the COVID-19 Event (also being call the Coronavirus Outbreak). This event is rapidly changing, and the town of Mount Airy and its surrounding communities are a small but important part of this event. The MAVFC is following Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines to keep our ... (Full Story & Photos)

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MAVFC & CCVESA Statement regarding Pleasant View Nursing Home

Chief Jeff Lowman, March 30

Please see the attached statement from the Mount Airy Vol. Fire Co & the Carroll County Volunteer Emergency Services Assoc.

If you have any questions or require additional information, we ask that you please contact the Carroll County Health Department at 410-876-4848 or 410-876-2152, as they remain the lead agency in charge of the incident.

The MAVFC has, and will remain committed to serving the ... (Full Story)


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We may look different...But we're still the same first responders!

Assistant Chief EMS Heidi Halterman, March 15

During the COVID-19 Event (also known as the Coronavirus Outbreak) you may notice some changes to the way our members respond to emergency incidents. In addition to the various levels of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) seen below, our providers may be asking various screening questions upon arrival to scenes. These changes are following guidance of our healthcare oversight partners such as the ... (Full Story & Photos)

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Quick Action Saves Large Manor Home

PIO Douglas Alexander, January 12

On Saturday January 11 at 1003 hours (10:03 am), the MAVFC was dispatched, along with units from Winfield, Lisbon, Damascus, and Sykesville for a house fire in the 6300 block of Albers Drive north of town. First arriving personnel found a fire in the attic area of the house and isolated the fire by closing all doors and windows. E12 laid a 5 inch supply line while coming in the driveway. The crew ... (Full Story)


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First Due Two Alarm House Fire on Christmas Morning

Chief Jeff Lowman, December 25

On Christmas morning at 1051 hours (10:51 am), MAVFC units were dispatched first due on Frederick County Box 15-24 for a house fire in the 6200 block of Woodville Road. While units were responding, Frederick County ECC advised that the house was back a lane that was about a mile long. First arriving Frederick County C11-1 found smoke showing and shortly after advised he had fire showing, then requested ... (Full Story & Photos)

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