The Officers and Members of the Rock Hall Volunteer Fire Company have embarked on a new fundraiser to assist with raising funds for equipment upgrades and tools. Various members of the company posed for the 2020 ‘Not So’ Sexy Fireman’s Calendar and one of Rock Hall’s bravest is featured each month! The calendar fundraiser idea was brought to the company by President R.J. Dowling with the intention of raising funds to replace outdated equipment and tools. The President who is
The Rock Hall Parks and Rec is working alongside the Rock Hall Volunteer Fire Company this year for our annual Halloween Event. We will be having it at the Fire House, with the costume contest in the Hall, and the Trunk or Treat in the Engine Bays! Saturday, October 26, 2019 at 5 PM – 8 PM Rock Hall Volunteer Fire Company 21500 Rock Hall Ave, Rock Hall, Maryland 21661 Hosted by Rock Hall Parks & Recreation #2019 #rhvfc #halloween #ROCKHALL
The Rock Hall Volunteer Fire Company will host the Fall 2019 Bike Fest on Saturday, Oct.19th from 12 - 4. There will be Music by: East Roc Food, Cash Bar, Games, Judged Classes, & Trophies.
Don’t miss the Bike Event of the year!! Then, spend the evening at one of Rock Hall’s famous Restaurants and visit our many shops. Vendors Welcome!!
$5 for bikes and cars. $2 for walk ins.
Contact info 410-639-7888 or 410-708-2966 #BikeFest #RHVFC #fall #2019 #eastroc #firehouse #fundra
Showcasing Rock Hall's Finish Dining and Catering Establishments. Saturday, April 13th Time 7pm to 10pm The Chesapeake Room at the RHVFC $20 per person. Limited Availability Silent Auction 7pm to 8:30pm Live Auction 9pm Contact: Nancy Robinson -302-760-3282 or Millie Strong 410-639-7365 #event #april #RHVFC #Restaurants #fundraiser
NEW LOCATION Saturday, May 18th 2019 Time: 12;00 to 4:00 At The Rock Hall Fire House $5.00 admission Contest, Games, Food, Music, Vendors, 50/50, Trophies, & More Contact: RHVFC - 410-639-7888 #RHVFC #BikeFest #Motorcycles #event #Food #May #fundraiser
On Saturday, August 25th, 2018 at approximately 9:55 AM, the Rock Hall Volunteer Fire Company was dispatched for a hazmat situation in the water in the Rock Hall Harbor. Engine 72 was the first unit to arrive on location and assumed command. The call originated from DNR who was on location with a large fuel spill on the west side of the Harbor from North Point Marina to the Bayside Public Landing Park boat ramp. Boat 7 arrived on location and deployed over 1400 ft of absorben