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We at the Marthasville Volunteer Fire Department want to remind you that along with Changing your Clock this Saturday remember the following Fire Prevention Message from last year. Hear the Beep Where You Sleep. Every Bedroom Needs a Working Smoke … Continue reading
2013 Firefighter of the Year Lt. Willy Irwin
WEATHER UPDATE: The roads seem to be in very poor condition still and we still advise people to stay in if there is no need to be out. With the high winds and extreme cold temps we are expecting … Continue reading
http://www.modot.org/newsandinfo/District0News.shtml?action=displaySSI&newsId=192012 MODOT is advising to stay in if you don’t have a need to be out on the roads in this weather. Click the link to view the advisory.
Fire Prevention Week is coming up! Teach your kids fire safety!
On 3-13-2013 the Marthasville Volunteer Fire Department responded to a structure fire around 1:00 pm near West Highway 94 and Upper Bernheimer Road. This photo was upon arrival. Mutual aid companies from Herman Fire, Warrenton Fire Protection District, and Washington … Continue reading
On Friday, Febuary 8th, 2013, The Marthasville Fire Department Auxiliary is sposoring an ALL YOUR CAN EAT Spaghetti Dinner!!! The dinner is from 5-7. It is at St. Pauls UCC in Marthasville, 101 S 2nd St, Marthasville, Missouri 63357. Adults … Continue reading
In this photo are members that were recognized for years of service. Thanks for the dedication you provide the citzens of our district. Kneeling from Left to Right: FF Mike Fleer, FF Nick Hellebusch, FF Chris Pitucha, All 1 year … Continue reading
Santa is coming to the Marthasville Volunteer Fire Department Fire Station No. 1, located at 405 East Main, on Saturday December 1st, from 8 a.m.-10 a.m. This will be our 6th Annual All You Care to Eat Breakfast with Santa. … Continue reading
This past week was fire prevention week. During fire prevention week The Marthasville Volunteer Fire Department visits 3 schools in the district and practices fire drills and talks with the students. Also the 6th grade students visit the firehouse one day … Continue reading