Due to a renovation that will be taking place starting in February, there will be no hall rentals and no breakfasts until further notice. We will try to keep you updated on when we will be starting again.
It with sadness that Goodwill Fire Company informs the community that one of our members, Alfred W. “Butch” Britton, Jr, passed away on Thursday December 4th. Keep the family of Firefighter Britton in your prayers.
Viewing and Funeral arrangements are as followed:
Viewing: Wednesday December 10th from 1400 to 1600 and 1800 to 2000 with a firefighter prayer service at 1900 at John M. Taylor Funeral Home in Annapolis, MD. 147 Duke of Gloucester St
Funeral: Thursday December 11th at 1200 hrs.
Service at John M. Taylor Funeral Home with the burial immediately following at Hillcrest Memorial Gardens.
1911 Forest Dr in Annapolis
Looking for something to do on Saturday the 25th? Stop by Goodwill Fire Company’s 125th Anniversary Open House. There will be food and fun for all ages including a Fire Prevention and Safety Trailer along with many other exhibits. The time will be from 10-3. Feel free to stop by to celebrate with us as we continue to proudly serve the citizens of Centreville and Queen Anne’s County and spread the word. See you there!!
On July 18th at 1837hrs, stations 4,and 3 along with QAC DES were alerted for an MVC w/ Entrapment in the area of 305 and Tanyard Rd. While units were enroute, they were advised that there was one vehicle involved with heavy entrapment. While enroute officer 402 asked for staiton 5 to be added to the call to handle the LZ. Once on location, Officer 402 from E41 arrived and confirmed one vehicle off the road into the woods with entrapment. The corrected location was on Tanyard about a half a mile off of 305. The crew from E41 started stabilizing the vehicle and began the extrication using the Combi-Tool. E44 and Tower 4 arrived and assisted in the stabilization and extrication. Once Rescue 3 arrived on scene the “O” Cutters were put in service and made the final cuts and the roof and the drivers side door were removed. Once the Pt was removed from the vehicle, PM 4 began the assesment. Once the Trooper arrived, the pt was transfered to the care of the trooper and all uits went available after a cleaning up. Officer 402(K. Bloodsworth) had command.
On Sunday June 29th at 0944 hrs Stations 5,4,6, Caroline Station 700 and Kent Station 6 were alerted for a Commercial Structure fire at 119 Rabbit Hill Rd at the Price Community Center. Initial reports were that a Sheriff Deputy was on location with smoke and fire evident from Side A. E55 arrived with fire showing from the first floor on side A and smoke coming from the attic. E55 stretched a line to the first floor and knocked the fire. Crews began to search for access tot the attic. After locating it, crews found fire in the attic and began to extinguish. While E55 and E41 worked to extinguish the fire, Tower Ladder 5 vented the roof and started opening windows. Tower 4 arrived and established RIT on Side A. The crew of Tower 4 took over the Attic division to extinguish hot spots and maintain for the FM. Once the Fire was determined out, the crews from Station 4 returned to service and Station 5 units remained on scene. Officer 501(Williams) had command