Wednesday, January 1st, 2020
Happy New Year! Thank you to those who served as officers in 2019. The 2020 Officers are as follows: Ryan Burk - ChiefTim Lawson - Assistant ChiefTroy Blair - CaptainJames Sullivan - CaptainDavid Bu...
Tuesday, January 1st, 2019
Now that 2019 has arrived, we want to take the time to thank all those who served as officers in 2018. Serving this year as officers are:Neil Spier - LieutenantBrandon Johnson - LieutenantRyan Burke ...
Wednesday, May 9th, 2018
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This evening the students of this year's fire academy finally had the opportunity to experience some live fire training as part of their fire control skills classes. This fire included brush fire...
Saturday, March 10th, 2018
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On February 26th the newest class of firefighters began thier training at the Huguenot Volunteer Fire Department. Today was thier first day in personal equipment and SCBA. These 13 students will com...
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Tuesday, July 15th, 2008
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SKY-STAT came to Powhatan Tuesday night to talked to our emergency responders about SKY-STAT services and LZ requirements. SKY-STAT flew in from Farmville for all to see. Remember if you missed this class you have another chance to attend.
Friday, July 4th, 2008
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On the fourth of July, members, families, and friends of “The Deuce” gathered at Company 2 for a cookout and fireworks show. At 6PM the festivities started, with head griller FF Floyd Greene mastering the art of cooking.
Wednesday, July 2nd, 2008
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Congratulations to members Toni Wickham, Don Sutton, James Sullivan, Jeff Zimmerman, and Ben Zimmerman who recently completed their 16-hour EVOC class taught by our own Floyd Greene and Taylor Goodman.
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As the members of the department strive to constantly improve their readiness for all hazards, a new emphasis has been placed on attending Heavy & Tactical Rescue (HTR) classes. HTR classes include instruction on Vehicle Rescue, Trench Rescue, Rope Rescue, Confined Space Rescue, and other classes t...
Congratulations to Chuck Urbine, who was featured in an article of the Richmond Times-Dispatch today, which outlined his 30 years of service to The Deuce and the citizens of Powhatan County. Please see the attached article: http://www.inrich.com/cva/ric/news/community/powhatan.apx.-content-artic...
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In celebration of the 60th Anniversary of the Bon Air VFD in Chesterfield County, the BAVFD hosted a parade to be held in conjunction with the annual Bon Air Days festival. Attendance was strong, with units from near and far attending, including Namozine in Dinwiddie County and Callao in Northumber...
The members from Company 2 would like to congratulate two members on the completion of thier Advanced Life Support classes. Brandon Johnson recently complete his EMT-Intermediate course through VCU hospitals, and will begin precepting with with Hopewell Bureau of Fire in the very near future.
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As our neighbors in Chesterfield take delivery of 6 new pumpers and a new tower ladder, they're making plans to dispose of older, yet well maintained apparatus, including a 1991 Mack CF/Aerialscope 95' tower ladder.
The department would like to extend congratulations to Chuck Urbine, as he was one of four Powhatan County residents nominated for the coveted "Citizen of the Year" award from the Huguenot Ruritan Club.
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Firefighter Stacy Reaves and Assistant Chief Troy Blair completed Virginia Department of Fire Programs HTR - Confined Space Rescue - Awarness and Operations Class. This class was hosted by New Kent County at Providence Forge Volunteer Fire Department - Company 1.
Please take the time to visit http://www.bostonfirelocal718.org/ or visit our File Library to read a letter written by LT Robert “Bob” Kilduff. LT Kilduff died in th Line of Duty from OCCUPATIONAL CANCER.
Congratulations to FF James Sullivan, who was recently notified he successfully passed his Firefighter II and Hazardous Material Operations classes. This was a total of 72 hours training completed in 8 weeks.
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The membership is pleased to announce that former HVFD member and current Roanoke County firefighter/medic Jeremy Edwards has been named the 2007 Roanoke County Firefighter of the Year! As you may recall, Jeremy is currently deployed overseas with his Guard unit , so he was not able to attend.
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In what has become a yearly tradition, members from Company 2 attended the annual Mid-Winter Expo of the Virginia Fire Chief's Association. Captain Don Houtsma and Chief Taylor Goodman attended classes and visited the exhibition floor, while FF Floyd Greene (Past President of the VFCA) was in charg...
Saturday, January 26th, 2008
As we continue to strive to make sure our page is contantly updated with the latest and most important information, the Training and New Building pages have been posted with new information. Please take a minute to browse....
Monday, January 21st, 2008
Congratulations to FF/EMT Stacy Reaves on being cleared on Rescue 2!
All members who are interested in purchasing a job shirt should sign up on the board at the station no later than February 1st. The shirts will be approximately $60 each.
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Powhatan Company 1 received thier new set of AMKUS tools, to replace their old Hurst tools. Today members from Companies 1 (Powhatan), 2 (Huguenot), 4 (Fine Creek), and Fire Administration attended training on this new system, taught by our local AMKUS rep.
Tuesday, January 1st, 2008
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As the new year starts, the members of Company 2 found themselves getting busier by the day during the past year. At 615 calls for the year in 2007, this averaged two a day ... not a whole lot by some department's standards, but it wasn't that long ago that sometimes we'd go a week at a time withou...
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After three months and nearly 110 hours of classroom and hands-on training, members Chris DeNoon, Chris Atkins, and James Sullivan can now offically call themselves firefighters! All three members were notified today that they sucessfully passed all phases of thier training, including VDFP Firefigh...
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