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STATION 2
215 Lock Street
Chesapeake City, MD 21915
410-885-5951 

STATION 12
2 Charles Wharton Drive
Chesapeake City, MD 21915
410-885-5008

 

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Ladies Auxiliary 2016

Ladies Auxiliary 2016 Officers and Member

President   Theresa Sweetman

Vice President   Christina Long

Secretary    Robin Harvey

Treasure     Adrian Bradley 

Esther Glanding Cecil County Ladies Auxiliary Historian

Members;

Jessica Brown

Jennie Brockell

David Gorman

Robyn Sheldon Hahn

Jennifer Eva  Hilaman

Karen Loller

Bob Loller

Joyce Lockard

Alexis Loveless

Debbie Nix

John Toulson

Frankie Stubbs

Renee McKenney

Sonny Lockard

Dylan Boucher

 

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If you are a member with pictures or other content you would like to see on the website. Please contact Tiffany or Frankie  by e-mail.  The e-mail address is webmaster@chesapeakecity2and12.com.

The department now has a photo archive. All photos from incidents will be placed in the archives soon after the incident, event, or training.  The archive is located *** here ***.

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on March 16, 1911, about midnight, the people of Chesapeake City were called from their homes by a fire alarm.  The town at this time did not have any Fire Company and the town residents had to use buckets in order to stop the fire.  The fire was located on Canal Street.  The men with their buckets were doing all they could to put an end to the blaze but it had too much of a head start.

 
The steamer PENN was going through the Canal, seeing the blaze stopped to help and with their help were able to save some buildings, but not before the fire destroyed three buildings.  This was a great loss to the owners of the houses as well as for the people living in them.

 
The people of the town hastened to organize a Fire Company.  A meeting was held on April 1, 1911 in a building owned by Mr. Reed.  At this meeting they decided to ask each taxpayer in town to pay a certain amount towards the starting of a Fire Company.

 


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