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Breakfast with Santa – December 7th

The Deale Volunteer Fire Department is having a Country Breakfast fundraiser on December 7th, 2019 from 8am to 11am Cost is $11 per person – Children 5 and under are free. Menu: Bacon, Sausage, Scrapple, Scrambled Eggs, Pancakes, Cream Chip Beef, Sausage Gravy, Home Fries, Biscuits, Juice and Coffee. ...
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Christmas Tree Sale

Trees $ 25 – $80        Wreaths $12 – $25   Hours: Subject to Change & Weather Permitting Friday— 5 PM — 8 PM Saturday and Sunday—11 AM — 8 PM   OPENING Friday November 29th Open till December 22nd or while supplies last   **FREE Local Delivery** 1st Due Only   Stand is located next to Park’s Liquor Store @ 454 East Bayfront Rd. Deale, MD 20751         ...
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43rd Annual Christmas Bazaar – December 14th

The Deale Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Auxiliary’s will be hosting their Annual Christmas Bazaar on Saturday, December 14th 2019. Time – 9 AM till 2 PM There will be a combination of Vendor’s, Crafter’s and Baked Goods. FREE Door Prizes !! Food will be for Sale featuring Homemade Soup & Chili. Santa arrives at Noon with treats for the kids. For Table Rentals, please call Martha @ (410) 867 2439 ...
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Water Safety Awareness

Over the course of the past five days, there have been six fatal waterway related incidents in Anne Arundel County. Three of them in the Edgewater area alone. These incidents are all tragic and our hearts go out to the families and friends of those lost. On Saturday, June 29, U.S. Secret Service Agent Stephanie Hancock died in a kayak incident on Spa Creek, her body was recovered late that evening. Sunday, June 30, an adult male succumbed to factors related to drowning in the Carr’s Wharf area of Edgewater. Monday, July 1, two crabbers were recovered in Stoney Creek in the northern part of the county. Last night’s jet ski incident took the lives of two more adults in the South River, also in the Edgewater area. We want to take this time to discuss water safety so that everyone can help prevent fatal or tragic incidents in the future. Here ...
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Thanks For Your Donation

We would like to THANK all the businesses and local members of our community who have donated to our Shrimp & Bull Roast. Hollywood Nail & Spa Friendly Pharmacy Thursdays Hair Bizz Happy House Deale Pharmacy Chesapeake Health & Fitness Club En-Tice-Ment Meats En-Tice-Ment Stables Ketch 22 Ledo’s Cleaning Maid Easy Wagon Wheel West River Pit Ogilvie Exterior Services Sneade’s Crystal Weade Lisa Lee – Hayward Gourmet Cove Point Marine Bay Harbor Canvas Parks Liquors West Marine The Polymath Place Made with Love by Erin Hair Time Happy Harbor Julia Howes – Thirty One Rolands Chrissy Leonard – Thirty One Homeport Wine & Spirits Anchor Inn Pirates Cove The BayFront Vintage Home Gallery Lyndsie Cartney – Origami Owl Real Chill Umai Sushi Sandy Pony Collaboration Designs Anheiser Bush Zancan Press   ...
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Commendation Awards

The Anne Arundel County Fire Department will be awarding the following (2014 -2019) Commendation Awards at a Ceremony on May 9th that include four of the Deale VFD members. Campaign Ribbon will be awarded to Career (then) Lieutenant Stephen Stanton (Then) Company 5 for Dwelling Fire – (2017) 936 Childs Point Road Campaign Ribbon Unit Citation for Exemplary Performance will be awarded to: Volunteer Chief Russell Lancaster, Lieutenant Louis Parks and Firefighter Shaun Nutwell for (2016) Water Rescue. ...
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Passing of Life Member – Harold “Ray” Phipps

It is with deep sympathy that the Deale Volunteer Fire Department announces the death of Harold “Ray” Phipps on February 3, 2019. Ray was a Life member of the Deale Volunteer Fire Department, and passed Assistant Chief. He will be greatly missed and our continued thoughts and prayers go out to the Phipps family during this time.   The family wishes to have a private memorial.   DOB: 1/17/1944 DOD: 2/3/2019 Hired within AACFD 8/25/72 Promoted to FF III 7/9/1976 Retired: Retired 10/1/2000 Badge # 187     ...
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Winter Safety Tips

Staying Safe at Home this Winter   From chilling temperatures to slippery sidewalks, winter is a season that brings unique safety concerns. Keep your family cozy and safe this winter by remembering a few important tips. Winter comes with a few hazards for homeowners, but there are plenty of things you can do to protect your property and your family. Keep these tips in mind. Request a Home Heating Inspection: The fact that your central heating unit, space heater, or fireplace was working properly at the end of last season does not mean it’s ready for this winter. Before frigid temperatures set in, hire a professional to conduct a safety inspection of your heating units, as well as your fireplace’s flue and chimney. If any potential risks are found, act immediately to remedy them. If you’ll be using space heaters, make sure your rooms have proper ventilation and that the units are ...
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Anne Arundel County Adopts Lifesaving Technology via PulsePoint

Anne Arundel County Adopts Lifesaving Technology via PulsePoint, a 9-1-1 Integrated Mobile App   PulsePoint empowers CPR-trained citizens and off-duty professionals to provide critical assistance to cardiac arrest victims Annapolis, Md., May 21, 2018 – On Monday, Anne Arundel Medical Center, Leadership Anne Arundel, Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh, and the Anne Arundel County Fire Department introduced life-saving technology in Anne Arundel County via the PulsePoint app. The event was held at Anne Arundel Medical Center and was highlighted by messages from David Jackson, class of 2015, Leadership Anne Arundel; Dr. Jerry Segal, medical director of cardiovascular services, Anne Arundel Medical Center; Allan C. Graves, fire chief, Anne Arundel County; and Steve Schuh, county executive for Anne Arundel County. Speakers detailed the benefits of the mobile app, which alerts CPR-trained citizens of cardiac events in their vicinity so they may administer aid. The app also notifies users of the closest available ...
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New Smoke Alarm Law Reminder

A new state law aimed at reducing home fire deaths went into effect on July 1, 2013. It requires replacement of any battery-only operated smoke alarm that is more than 10 years old with a unit powered by a 10-year sealed-in battery having a “Hush” button feature – ultimately affecting more than 800,000 Maryland homes with battery- only operated smoke alarms. The effective date for this requirement to be completed by is January 1, 2018. Why is a sealed-in battery important? Nationally, two-thirds of all home fire deaths occur in homes with either no smoke alarm or no working smoke alarm, mainly due to missing or disconnected batteries. By sealing the battery inside the alarm, the unit becomes tamper resistant and removes the burden from consumers to remember to change batteries, which in turn, will save lives. These sealed-in, long-life battery smoke alarms provide continuous protection for a decade, and national fire ...
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