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For Sale - $175,000 obo
1996 Simon-Duplex/Saulsbury Heavy Rescue
60 Series Detroit
47,000 GVWR – 20,000 Front Axle & 27,000 Rear Axle
25kw PTO Driven Generator w/461hrs. on it
300gpm Waterous Pump
250 Gallons of Water
20,000lb Hydraulic Winch
6 Bottle Cascade System
2 Air Reels
2 Electric Reels
4 Hurst Hydraulic Reels – ALL HURST equipment just serviced 9/2016
2 Hurst Simo Pumps
2 Hurst Transformer Spreaders w/additional Arms
2 Hurst JL MOC II Cutters
4 Hurst Hydraulic Rams – 2- 60”, 1 – 24”, 1 – 18”
1 Hurst Gas Power Unit with Hydraulic Lines
Unit mileage is 26,713 with 2,456hrs. on it as well
If interested or if you have any other questions about the unit and would like to make an offer contact John Trossbach at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pitch Tournament – High- Low- Jack - Game
Date: Friday, October 28, 2016
Where: Leonardtown Volunteer Fire Department
Time: Doors open at 6:15 PM, Tournament starts at 7:30 PM
Must be on time as all tables have to start at once!
Cost: $20.00 NOTE: Each bump will cost an additional $1 per partner at your table. Bid 4 and have a chance to win the Buddha Bump Money Fund - $100.00.
Payouts: 1st Place: $250 2nd Place: $175 3rd Place: $125 4th Place $75 5th Place: $50 and the BIGGEST Loser will receive $20 Note: Prize money is guaranteed with 80 or more players.
Need additional information please contact Jenny Russell at:
Email address: Jennifer.email@example.com
Cell phone: 301-904-0169 Monday thru Friday after 4:30 PM – Saturday or Sunday (anytime)
Home phone: 301-769-3175
Cash Bar (Beer and mixed drinks)
50/50 & Deal or No Deal
“King of Diamonds”
Sponsored by: The Auxiliary of the Leonardtown Fire Department
Rules of play: Play 12 Games
4 Players to a table, two teams of two.
Each player will ONLY deal once at each table. Cards are always dealt to the left of the dealer.
Dealer is stuck with 2 and must play their cards. No below the board scoring.
After playing 4 hands the team with the most chips moves to the next table. If tie, one player from each team will draw for high card. High Card moves to next table. Remember you must have a new partner at the next table.
$1 Bump – Each bump will cost an additional $1 for you and your partner at your table.
Bumps will be collected after each game by Committee Member.
Bid 4 and make it - player that BIDS 4 and makes it will receive a ticket to be entered into a drawing for $100 that has been collected from the bumps. Plus hold on to the travelling “Lucky Charm” until someone “steals” it from you because he/she bid 4 and made it.
Each player must record their score using 3 digit scoring system. Example: you score 4 chips, sheet must be: 004. Opponents MUST initial. No opponents initial will result in you forfeiting your points. Committee Member will collect after 3 rounds to be turned in to the scoring table.
Winners move to the next table. Losers stay! You may NOT have the same partner the next game win or lose.
Company 1 hosted this acquired structure burn on July 17, 2016.
Busy Weekend For Leonardtown
Leonardtown Volunteers, July 17
This weekend was another busy weekend for your Leonardtown Volunteers. Since Friday evening (July 15, 2016) Company 1 responded to an MVA involving a pedestrian, a residential fire alarm, three commercial fire alarms, two personal injury accidents (see thebaynet.com stories below), an outside fire and two landing zones - one that resulted from one of the personal injury accidents.
On Sunday, July ... (Full Story & Photos)
Garage Fire In Seventh District
Leonardtown Volunteers, July 11
On Monday July 11, 2016 at 12:57 hours Engine 5, Tanker 5, Water Supply 5, Truck 1, Tanker 1, Engine 2, Tanker 2, Truck 7, Engine 7, Charles County Squad 2, Company 59 and Company 29 were dispatched to 21468 Abell Road in Avenue, MD for a structure fire. Initial reports indicated a garage fire. Engine 14 and Truck 1 made the response shortly after dispatch.
Safety 5 was the first to arrive on the ... (Full Story & Photos)
Engine 14 and Truck 1 responded to this garage fire on July 11, 2016.
Company 1 operated on the crash on Route 5 at Moll Dyer road.
Busy Day In Leonardtown
Leonardtown Volunteers, June 24
June 24, 2016 proved to be a busy day for your Leonardtown Volunteers. The day began at 04:09 hours when Engine 1, Engine 7, Engine 9, Engine 6, Truck 1, Truck 7 and Squad 6 were dispatched to the 41605 Courthouse Drive at the St. Mary's County Courthouse for the Commercial Building Fire. Engine 11, Truck 1, and Engine 14 made the response. Upon arrival, a furnace malfunction was discovered. Power ... (Full Story & Photos)
One Flown From Loveville Crash
Leonardtown Volunteers, June 11
On Saturday June 11, 2016 at 0947 hours Companies 1 (Leonardtown VFD), 2 (Mechanicsville VFD), 19 (Leonardtown VRS), 29 (Mechanicsville VRS) and the Medic Unit were dispatched to Route 5 in the area of the Motor Vehicle Administration for the motor vehicle accident with entrapment.
Squad 1 (Chief 1 - M. Bell), Engine 10 and Squad 2 responded shortly after dispatch. While enroute, responding units ... (Full Story & Photos)
Squad 1 and Engine 10 operated on the scene of this serious motor vehicle accident on June 11, 2016.
Small Basement Fire In Breton Bay
Leonardtown Volunteers, June 08
On Wednesday June 8, 2016 at 0850 hours Engine 1 (Leonardtown), Engine 7 (Hollywood), Engine 2 (Mechanicsville), Tanker 7 (Hollywood), Tanker 5 (Seventh District), Tanker 9 (Bay District), Truck 1 (Leonardtown), Tower 9 (Bay District), Squad 5 (Seventh District), Water Supply 5 (Seventh District), and EMS units from Leonardtown, Hollywood and Lexington Park were dispatched to 22472 Eagle Court in ... (Full Story & Photos)
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