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Maryland Smoke Alarm Fact Sheet

Member Courtney Woodward, February 04

Smoke Alarms Save Lives
The most important things you need to know are smoke alarms
save lives and they should be in every home. Follow these important
smoke alarm safety measures:
• Make sure your smoke alarms are working. This means testing
smoke alarms monthly, replacing batteries once a year
or when a low-battery alarm chirps and performing other
maintenance as NFPA and your smoke alarm manufacturers
recommend. ... (Full Story)

Vision 20/20’s Home Safety Guide- Fire Prevention

Member Courtney Woodward, February 04

Vision 20/20 has released an excellent and detailed guide on how to create an effective home safety visit program in your department. It is also handy for the public to use to ensure home safety.... (Full Story)

Test Your Smoke Alarm and Change the Batteries When You Change Your Clocks November 1

Past Chief Wayne Hardesty, October 27

Daylight Saving Time ends Sunday, Nov. 1, a good time to remember to change and test the batteries in your smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors. The message is simple and the habit can be lifesaving. This is the 28th year of the Change Your Clock Change Your Battery® program, sponsored by Energizer and the International Association of Fire Chiefs.... (Full Story & Photos)

11-year-old Boy Scout saves life of choking baby

Past Chief Wayne Hardesty, September 23

An 8-month-old baby is still alive due to the heroics of an 11-year-old Boy Scout from Lusby.
Dalton Newsome put to use some training he received from the St. Leonard Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad when he assisted a baby who was choking last week.
Dalton was at a friend’s house with his father Sept. 16, when he observed a teething baby choking on a piece of an apple. According to Dalton, ... (Full Story)


Firefighter/Medic Ginger Manifold, September 21

Huntingtown Volunteer Fire Department and Rescue Squad, INC invites YOU, to their OPEN HOUSE.
DATE: Sunday October 4th, 2015
TIME: 12-4pm
Address: 4030 Old Town Road. Huntingtown, MD 20639

Join them for a fun filled day!
Free Refreshments & Balloons, Moon Bounce, Auto Extrication demonstrations, Search and Rescue Dogs, Burn Building, Prince Frederick Volunteer Fire Department Tower 2 and Much, ... (Full Story & Photos)





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