GSVFD Shrimp & Crab Leg Feast

SHRIMP & CRAB LEG FEAST 
 
Fund Raising Event for the
Greater Springfield Volunteer Fire Department
7011 Backlick Road


Saturday, January 28, 2017
2:00pm - 5:00pm 

ALL YOU CAN EAT !!

 
Steamed-Spiced Shrimp
Steamed-Snow Crab Legs

Hush Puppies - Hot Dogs - Cole Slaw
Adults: $45.00
Children (ages 5-11): $15.00

Beer, Wine and Soft Drinks Available for Purchase

Ticket available during Bingo on Sundays and Tuesdays 
 
GET TICKETS ON-LINE TODAY - CLICK HERE
TICKETS ARE LIMITED - Get your tickets early!more ]

     
Get your tickets early before they sell out !

Get your tickets early before they sell
      out !

HOT Steamed Spiced Shrimp & Snow Crab Legs - ALL YOU CAN EAT!

HOT Steamed Spiced Shrimp & Snow Crab
      Legs - ALL YOU CAN EAT!



 

GSVFD Hall Rental 2017

The Greater Springfield Volunteer Fire Department rents out its meeting hall to individuals, local businesses, community groups and organizations.   The Community Hall is available for rent on most Mondays, Wednesday and Saturdays and is an excellent venue for Wedding Receptions, Children’s Birthday Parties, Anniversaries, Special Events or Business Conferences.


  • Seating up to 250 persons, depending on table configuration
  • Commercial grade, fully equipped kitchen
  • Free Onsite parking accommodates 75 cars and handicap accessible parking
  • Large drop down  projection screen available
  • Incandescent lighting available for more intimate events 
  • Single story ground – level facility with easy access.
For more information or to check availability contact:


  • Janet Varre, Event Manager
  • Phone 703-378-2519 / Em... [ more ]

         
    Ready for any event...

    Ready for any event...

    Adaptable to a variety of configurations...

    Adaptable to a variety of
          configurations...



 

Winter Safety Tips

Keep your Family & Friends Fire Safe this Winter.    See some of the simple tips to help keep those you care about safe!   Click the images below for printable safety tip sheets.    For more Safety Tip Sheets, Click Here


       
Be Safe when Heating

Be Safe when Heating

Don't be a victim of the Silent Killer

Don't be a victim of the Silent Killer



 

Smoke Alarms Save Lives

Smoke Alarms Save Lives

TIME TO CHECK THE BATTERY & TEST ALL YOUR SMOKE ALARMS !
 
Greater Springfield Volunteer Fire Department and the Fairfax County Fire & Rescue Department is offering free smoke alarms to residents who are in need of this simple but effective life safety alarm but might not be able to afford or install one themselves.
 
 
For information on requesting a free smoke detector and to schedule a free installation, contact the station at:
 
703-451-0120.

For Fairfax residents outside of the Springfield area, please contact the station nearest your home. 

 ... [ more ]

       
How old are your Smoke Alarms ?   Not sure, Check the date TODAY!

How old are your Smoke Alarms ? Not
      sure, Check the date TODAY!

Don't Wait Till it's Too Late!

Don't Wait Till it's Too Late!

 

Generator Safety & CO Alarms

Operating portable generators safely go hand in hand with having adequate Carbon Monoxide (CO) alarms in your home. CO is a silent killer and a working CO alarm my be your only alarm when deadly CO is present. Remember - NEVER NEVER operate a generator or any gas powered tool indoors. When in doubt, seek out the advice of your local fire department - we would rather answer your safety question and prevent the emergency.

       
CO Kills.  Plain and Simple - don't become a victim.

CO Kills. Plain and Simple - don't
      become a victim.

Safe operation of your generator is critical

Safe operation of your generator is
      critical



 

GSVFD Memorial Brick Fundraiser

The Greater Springfield Volunteer Fire Department is constructing a Memorial Garden celebrating our 50th Anniversary.   Our Memorial Brick Fundraiser is a way for you to become a part of our station and its history by showing your support for the dedicated Firefighters, Medic's and EMT's working to keep the Springfield community and Fairfax County residents and visitors safe.   Order your personalized engraved brick today and become a part of GSVFD!


All engraved bricks will be placed around our centerpiece Memorial Firefighter Statue at the front of our station and incorporated into the overall memorial garden design.   The initial bricks were installed October 2016 and we will tak... [ more ]

       
Show your support and become a part of GSVFD in a lasting way....

Show your support and become a part of
      GSVFD in a lasting way....

Artist Concept - facing Backlick Rd

Artist Concept - facing Backlick Rd



 

Children Honor Firefighters for 9/11

Thursday, September 8, 2016  Today we were Blessed and Honored to receive this wreath from the Children of St. Bernadette's Catholic School of Springfield.    Words do little to express our gratitude and we are humbled.    

Thank you so very much from all of the Career and Volunteer Firefighters, Medics and EMT's at GSVFD Station 22. 


#NeverForget343



     



 

Summer Grilling Safety

Grilling Safety Tips

Grilling Safety Tips

There’s nothing like outdoor grilling on summer weekends.
It’s one of the most popular ways to cook food.
But, a grill placed too close to anything that can burn is a fire hazard.
Grills can be very hot, causing burn injuries.
Follow the simple tips listed on our Grilling Safety Tip Sheet and you will be on the way to safe grilling this summer.

Have a Fire Safe Summer!

GSVFD

     


 

Lightning Safety - Don't Get Caught Unprepaired

Know what to do when you hear Thunder

Know what to do when you hear Thunder

Do you know how to stay safe during spring & summer storms? 

Did you know lighting can strike over 10 miles from any nearby rain.

Both Outside and Inside Safety Tips can help you get thru frequent summer storms.

Print out this safety sheet and review it with your family.

Stay Storm Safe !

GSVFD

     


 

Move Over Virginia

GSVFD partners with our NoVa First Responders to remind everyone:


Please help everyone get home at the end of the day - both you and us - by remembering to "Move Over" and "Drive 2 Save Lives"


The law requires any drivers approaching an emergency vehicle that is displaying flashing, blinking or alternating blue, red or amber lights on a highway to proceed with caution. If possible, drivers should move into a lane not adjacent to the stationary vehicle.

If changing lanes is not possible, drivers should proceed with caution and maintain a safe speed for highway conditions.


     
It's a team effort - drivers and first responders helping each other

It's a team effort - drivers and first
      responders helping each other

It's the safe and responsible thing to do and we all readlly appreciate your help to keep us all safe

It's the safe and responsible thing to
      do and we all readlly appreciate your
      help to keep us all safe



 
 
 

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