It has come to our attention that there is a text message going out for a Swoope Volunteer Fire Company T-shirt. We are in no way associated with this. There is no benefit for the company with this link.
The officers and members of the Swoope Volunteer Fire Company send their deepest sympathy and prayers to the Fisher and Dooms family. The family will receive friends on Monday September 20 from 5-9pm at McDow Funeral Home in Waynesboro.
This week is National Public Safety Telecommunicators Week (April 12-18). We want to take time to thank every dispatcher who is the calm voice on the other end of the phone when you call 9-1-1. These are the ones who get you the help you need in your worst hour.
You may never have to call 9-1-1, but if you do - seconds count! First responders, FIRE / MEDICAL / POLICE, need to find the right location the first time.Help support your local volunteer fire company and enhance your home and/or office at the same time.
Congratulations to the 2021 Swoope Volunteer Fire Company Officers;Fire Chief - Chris Botkin Deputy Chief - Ryan Folweiler Captain - Nelson Mace14 Lieutenant 1 - Stanley Via14 Lieutenant 2 - William PooleEMS Captain - James McManusEMS Lieutenant - Emily ViaTraining Coordinator - Kendall Cline Health...
Swooope Volunteer Fire Company is very pleased to announce the graduation of one of our own, Tamara-Lynn Harley Bird who graduated today from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State College, College of Architecture and Urban Studies and Building Construction.
It is with heavy hearts that we announce the passing of our firehouse cat “Bunkers”. Without a doubt our most famous and loved member, Bunkers has been a staple of the Swoope Volunteer Fire Company for many years.
ðŸš¨CANCELLEDðŸš¨ We are very sad to announce that due to unforeseen circumstances and situations beyond our control... we are having to cancel our Santa Run for the Swoope community this year. This event brings us so much joy and it was a very hard decision.
SANTA IS COMING TO TOWN!!! We feel this year is more important than any other year. SATURDAY December 12th starting at 10:00AM, Santa and his crew will be leaving the Swoope Volunteer Fire Company and coming to YOUR neighborhood.
NFPA provides a wealth of safety information to help ensure the holiday season is a safe one.Festive celebrations, flickering lights and winter greens are hallmarks of the holiday season, but they also present fire risks that can quickly turn this festive time of year into a devastating one.
FRESH CUT CHRISTMAS TREES!!! Starting the Friday after Thanksgiving, November 27th we will be selling our Christmas trees. Come out to the Swoope Volunteer Fire Company on weekdays from 5 pm to 9pm or on the weekends from 9am to 9pm to get your freshly cut White Pine Christmas Tree.
Home Knox Box Program - Rapid "Emergency-Only" Access System for Homeowners! Knox Boxes are secure locking boxes for a key that allows Emergency-Only entrance without damage to your home when you call 911 but can not come to unlock the door.
Congratulations to the 2020 Swoope Volunteer Fire Company Officers;Fire Chief - Chris Botkin Deputy Chief - Nelson Mace Captain - Ryan Folweiler 14 Lieutenant 1 - David Lotts14 Lieutenant 2 - Philip WadeEMS Captain - Jen WadeEMS Lieutenant - James McManusTraining Coordinator - Kendall Cline Health &...
SANTA IS COMING TO TOWN!!! SATURDAY December 21st starting at 10:00AM, Santa and his crew will be leaving the Swoope Volunteer Fire Company and coming to YOUR neighborhood. Below is the order in which we will visit.