100th Anniversary Video

This video was made for our 100th Anniversary.

 

 

Many thanks to FF/EMT Larry Smart for the devotion to making this great memorial.

Hero Night Out – Orioles Game

Come and join the Reisterstown Volunteer Fire Company…

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The Baltimore City Firefighters Union Hall (1202 Ridgely Street, first floor) will be open at 3pm for anyone who wishes to come. All profits are being graciously donated to the Gene Kirchner Memorial Fund. There will be a silent auction along with pit beef, pit ham and pit turkey and drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic).   

Online silent action site can be accessed now!!

You can purchase your ticket online here and we will  mail them to you.  The cutoff for ordering online is August 5th.

Weekend Money Bash

Canceled for 2013.

Weekend Money Bash

Presented by the
Arcadia and Reisterstown Volunteer Fire Companies

$50 per ticket (Includes Food & Drinks)

Friday October 18th,2013  Saturday October 19th, 2013    

Held at 16020 Carnival Drive, Upperco Md,21155

 Blowout Prizes
2pm, 3pm, 4pm, 5pm, 6pm
(approx. $500 each)
Drawings every 5 minutes
From 2:05pm – 4:55pm
($450 each)Drawings at 2:30pm, 3:30pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm
($500 each)
Grand Prize Drawing
Saturday – 7pm
$10,000

Contact any member of either company to by tickets!!

A Century Ago Today

“This town having been visited by three disastrous fires within a year, the first at A.H. Uhler destroying his barn and other out buildings on May 11, 1912, putting the whole upper end of the town in jeopardy, one on March 22, 1913 destroying a fine residence belonging to Messrs. Heise and Currie with other out buildings. . . . It was deemed advisable by the citizens of this community to organize a Volunteer Fire Company, and for this purpose a mass meeting was held in Landstreet Hall on May 9, 1913 presided over by Prof. H.H. Murphy at which time it was decided to hold a picnic and supper in order to raise funds to start said Fire Company. At this meeting a committee of the following ladies Mrs. S.S. Yingling, Mrs. Jas. Gore and Mrs. J.M. Currie were appointed to take the charge of and conduct the picnic and supper which was held May 30, 1913 in the grove on Chatsworth Ave. and which proved a grand social and financial success, there was raised the sum of $412.29 which is now held by the treas. H.H. Russell deposited in the Reisterstown Savings Bank subject to the order of the community. There were elected that day the following temporary officers, S.S. Yingling President H.H. Russell Treasurer and W.I. Stevenson Secretary who’s duty it was to co-operate with the ladies in the settlement of the affairs of the picnic and as soon there after as possible to call a public meeting for the purpose of announcing the financial result of the picnic also organize a Volunteer Fire Company and elect permanent officer for the same, and here we are now assembled to attend to these duties.

Proved and read    W.I. Stevenson Secretary”
June 11, 1913