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BINGO NIGHT AND SILENT AUCTION: Friday, September 11, 2015, 7 PM to 10 PM
|VOLUNTEER WITH US!||PLEASE DONATE TODAY||WHO KNEW?|
|No experience is required for any of our positions. |
If you have the motivation to go through training and to commit to serving the community regularly for at least two years, we are thrilled to have you join us.
Please visit our volunteer page for further details, and please consider joining our Glen Echo Fire Department family.
We look forward to hearing from you!
|Funds contributed by the residents we serve allow Glen Echo Fire Department to operate not just as a good fire, rescue, and emergency medical service, but as a truly exceptional one. This is what residents have told us that they want, and it's what we believe the community deserves.|
The advanced life support upgrades to our ambulance that allow our paramedics to care for heart attack and stroke patients, as well as our fire chief's command vehicle, are but a few of the items we've purchased thanks to the community's generosity.
Moreover, some of the grants and low-interest loans for which we can apply require us to provide matching funds, and those dollars often can only come from our fundraising efforts.
Please give back today; your support really does help to make the difference.
Thank you from all of us at GEFD!
|Glen Echo Fire Department is owned and operated by Conduit Road Fire Board,
Inc., a private, not-for-profit corporation chartered by the State of Maryland Legislature in 1931, and led by a board of directors elected from neighborhoods GEFD serves. |
Conduit Road, as MacArthur Blvd was originally known, got its name because of the large water pipes buried beneath it.
Glen Echo Fire Department made history in 1979 when it hired Pam Foltz as the first female firefighter in the county.
Glen Echo Fire Department's "first due" or primary response area is over 6 square miles and is home to nearly 20,000 people. Click the map above for details.
Glen Echo Fire Department has the only Mercedes-Benz- powered ambulance in all of Montgomery County, and it meets California's strict Clean-Idle Diesel engine emissions standards.