Thanks to everyone that has purchased ground prize tickets so far this week. We greatly appreciate the support and 100% of the cost of the ticket goes directly to our Fire Department. There are still a few nights left so get out there and purchase yours. Only $1 a chance!!! We also have up for raffle the last ticket to our SOLD OUT Upcoming Cash Bash, $5 a chance!
|Angel Huffman||One Hour Massage||Massage By Jess|
|Cindy Taylor||Dairy Queen Gift Certificates||Dairy Queen|
|Stephen Crowford||Ledo’s Gift Card||Ledo’s Pizza|
|Linda Crowford||30 Pack Miller Lite||L & L Liquors|
|Stephen Crowford||Liquor Duo (Firefly & Malibu)||L & L Liquors|
|John Vorca||$50 Kentmorr Gift Card||Kentmorr|
|Kathy Mergenhardt||Roadside Assistance Kit||Western Auto|
|Gary Hofmann||$20 Thrifty On 50 Gift Certificate||Thrifty on 50|
|Faye Johnson||123pc Mechanics Tool Set & Creeper||Western Auto|
|Gary Hofmann||$30 Peace Of Cake Gift Certificate||Peace Of Cake|
|Robin Hatel||$35 Unique Creations Gift Certificate||Unique Creations|
|Jack Frost||24v Cordless Impact Wrench||Western Auto|
|Jack Frost||Dairy Queen Gift Certificates||Dairy Queen|
|Diane Adams||Chocolate Crab Basket||Chesapeake Chocolates|
|Michelle Leatherman||1 Hour Paddleboard Rental For 2||Kent Island SUP|
|Gene Legg||Wine Gift Bag||L & L Liquors|
|Katie Heim||$25 Swan Cove Gift Card||Swan Cove|
|Diane Adams||$125 Gift Card||Willis Tire|
|Jack Frost||$50 Spunkwear Gift Certificate||Spunkwear|
|Cindy Taylor||100pc Mechanics Tool Set & Worklight||Western Auto|
|Jess Kilby||Bangle Bracelet & Scarf||The Country Petaller|
|Kelly Garst||5 Gallon Cooler||Rommels Ace Hardware|
|Kline||Dairy Queen Gift Certificates||Dairy Queen|
|Faye Johnson||Chocolate Crab Basket||Chesapeake Chocolates|
|Gary Hoffman||4 6packs of Craft Beer||L & L Liquors|
|Angel H.||100ct Oysters||Harris Seafood|
|Jack Frost||Liquor Gift Bag||L & L Liquors|
|Joanne Sheaffer||1 Hour Massage Gift Certificate||Massage By Jess|
|Jack Frost||Papa Johns Gift Certificate||Papa Johns|
|Jack Frost||$30 Gift Certificate||The Winery|
|Grahm E.||Chocolate Crab Basket||Chesapeake Chocolates|
|Brenda Miller||30 Pack Budlight||L&L Liquors|
|Diane Adams||300 Amp Car Jumper||Western Auto|
|Bobby Herman||Hitchmade Truck Step||Western Auto|
|Dave Sipes||$125 Gift Card||Willis Tire|
|Katie Reynolds||Dog Collar & Leash||Chesapeake Veterinary Hospital|
|Debbi Mayes||$100 TNT Jewelers Gift Certificate||TNT Jewelers|
|John Cvach||Case Of Sangria||Love Point Deli|
|Rich Martin||Big Bertha Boating Tube||Western Auto|
Make sure you stop by and see us at our Annual Fireman’s Carnival located at Kent Island High School. The carnival is open every evening from 6-10 through this Saturday, August 1st when we close out with another spectacular fireworks display at dusk.
Make sure you purchase your ground prize tickets and your cash bash ticket chances while you are there. You don’t want to miss out on these amazing prizes. Come out and support your local Kent Island Volunteer Fire Department. See you there.
Two nights of FIREWORKS this year!!! Sunday, July 26th and Saturday, August 1st at Dusk.
Ride night will be every night.
There will be $3 off coupons at local business that you may pick up to use if you would like to purchase your ride bracelets on the carnival grounds at regular price of $23 each.
As always our famous Pit Beef Sandwiches , Pit Ham Sandwiches, Lemonade, Milkshakes and everything that is sold under the white tents goes back to KIVFD 100% and is run all week by our KIVFD VOLUNTEERS! We THANK YOU in advance for supporting us and look forward to seeing you there!
Our community has been struck with an unthinkable tragedy and our hearts are saddened. Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family and friends of Julianne Rosela who tragically passed Sunday, June 28th, when a racing boat lost control and collided with her spectator vessel at “Thunder On The Narrows”. Julianne, is the younger sister of one of our cadet members, Allison.
Funeral services for Julianne are planned for 11 am on Friday, July 3 at the Kent Island United Methodist Church, 2739 Cox Neck Road, Chester, MD 21619, where friends and family may visit on Thursday from 5-7 pm. Burial will follow the service at Woodfield Cemetery in Galesville, MD. Please consider donating to her memorial fund to help Julianne’s family honor her memory and help fund her funeral services.
To donate please go to http://www.gofundme.com/y4ka84c.
Have the chimney inspected annually and cleaned if necessary, especially if it has not been used for some time.
• Do not use flammable liquids to start or accelerate any fire.
• Keep a glass or metal screen in front of the fireplace opening, to prevent embers or sparks from jumping out, unwanted material from going in, and help prevent the possibility of burns to occupants.
• Don’t use excessive amounts of paper to build roaring fires in fireplaces. It is possible to ignite creosote in the chimney by overbuilding the fire.
• Never burn charcoal indoors. Burning charcoal can give off lethal amounts of carbon monoxide.
• Keep flammable materials away from your fireplace mantel. A spark from the fireplace could easily ignite these materials.
• Before you go to sleep, be sure your fireplace fire is out. NEVER close your damper with hot ashes in the fireplace. A closed damper will help the fire to heat up again and will force toxic carbon monoxide into the house.
• If synthetic logs are used, follow the directions on the package. NEVER break a synthetic log apart to quicken the fire or use more than one log at a time. They often burn unevenly, releasing higher levels of carbon monoxide
A two vehicle crash Tuesday evening on Rt. 50 at the base of the West Bound Span of the Bay Bridge sent one driver to the hospital. The accident occurred when an eastbound passenger car struck the rear of a car who had stopped to avoid hitting another car in front of them. The road was open for one lane of traffic while Firefighters/EMT’s provided care to the injured patient.
Chief Thomas had Command. Units responding were Rescue 1, Engine 14, Chief 1, and Paramedic 10 Responded with 16 volunteers.
Shortly after clearing the incident, units returned to service and when pulling into the station, Engine 14 and Ambulance 1 were alerted for a medical call in the 1-10.