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Potomac Heights Volunteer Fire Department & Rescue Squad
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National Night Out 2019- Hunter's Brooke Community

PHVFD&RS, August 07

Last night several units from Potomac Heights attended the National Night Out celebration in the Hunter's Brooke Neighborhood. The evening was spent passing along fire safety, first aid tips, recruiting new members and sharing our apparatus wth the community. A great time was had by all.
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PHVFD&RS, July 17

We would like to thank Seal of Approval for doing an excellent job sealing and striping our parking lot. They were also able to capture some awesome photos of our property.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Serving His Community to the Fullest!

PHVFD&RS, June 20

Congratulations to our Member James “Duke” Berry for being awarded the “Be the Difference Volunteer” by the Charles County Board of Education. Duke spends countless hours volunteering at our station and also at his Children's school! Awesome job Duke!... (Full Story & Photos)

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PHVFD&RS, June 16

Many members attended the Maryland State Firemen’s Association Memorial Service in Ocean City on June 16th. Three of our members that passed away last year were honored in the program. The families of Roy Lyons Jr., Danny Carpenter, and Charlie Wills were able to join us for the Ceremony. They will always be remembered for the great service they provided to the community.... (Full Story & Photos)

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Busy Morning!

PHVFD&RS, June 15

The morning of June 15th was extremely busy for the Volunteers of Potomac Heights. At 0630, 6 members left the station in the Fire Boat and the EMS Utility to provide coverage for a triathlon that was taking place at Smallwood State Park. While that event was being covered, the station was alerted for the motor vehicle accident on Hawthorne Rd. in the area of the bike trail. Engine 73, Ambulance 78 ... (Full Story & Photos)

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