SFD Open Positions for ALS Provider

 

The Sharptown Volunteer Fire Department has an open position for Firefighter/Paramedic without benefits. The qualified applicant would have to be able to fill the local “B” Shift. Firefighter I (or equal to) and a minimum of EMT-I certification are required. Preferred “B” Class license and pumps.   Interested applicants may download the PDF application below, and either print it out, or fill it out and email it to jobs@sfd14.com

Sharptown Vol. Fire Department ALS Application

Sharptown assists Laurel with House Fire

At approx 1pm Sharptown Fire Department was alerted to standby at Laurel Fire Department. Engine Tanker 14 responded with Chief 14 and 4. While enroute, Command requested for them to respond to the scene to assist.

Sharptown Assists Delmar with 2 Alarm Fire

On November 17, Sharptown along with several other companies were alerted to assist Delmar Station 74 with a 2 alarm garage fire. Firefighters were on scene for approximately 3 hours. Photos Courtesy of Chris Lucas.

Friday Night Jackpot Bingo

BINGO IS BACK ON SEPTEMBER 25th

 

at the Sharptown Firemen’s Memorial Center

405 Joe Morgan Rd

Sharptown, MD 21861

Doors Open @ 5:00 – Games begin @ 7:00

Admission Pack Prices 
12 Cards – $20.00
18 Cards – $25.00
24 Cards – $29.00
30 Cards – $32.00
36 Cards – $35.00

We use Computerized Verification System
with TV Monitors

We now accept Credit Cards!!!

Bingo Rules

We do not accept checks
Splitting admission packs is not allowed
Each Person must have an admission ticket in plain view
No one under the age of 16 is allowed to be in the playing area or to play
DO NOT call bingo untill the ball has been called
Miscalled bingo will result in diqualification of that card
Each game must be played on the specified/designated sheet
Anyone caught cheating will be asked to leave without a refund
You Must Have The Last Number Called
No alcoholic beverages are allowed

Download the Bingo Patterns for Regular Games

Sharptown Assist Laurel with Large Field Fire on Sharptown Rd

On October 7th after returning from a standby in Delmar, Sharptown Fire Department was alerted to assist Station 81 Laurel with a large corn field on fire on Sharptown Rd. Crews were on scene for approx. 2 hours. 

Field Fire on Laurel Road

On October 2, at approx 2 PM, Wicomico Central alerted Sharptown and Mardela Fire Departments of a working field fire in the area of Laurel Rd and San Domingo Rd. Crews were on scene for approx. 1 hour. 

West Side Decon Assist Talbot County with Ammonia Leak

On September 28, 2019, Sharptown Fire Department, along with Station 9 Mardela, Station 5 Herbron, Station 12 Westside, and Station 74 Delmar were alerted for Decon Units to assist Talbot County with an ammonia leak. Numerous companies were on scene from several counties. Crews assisted with decontamination and RIT for the interior crews. Crews were on scene for approximately 5 hours.

 

Sharptown Assist Mardela with MVC with Rescue

On September 24, 2019, Sharptown Fire Department was alerted to assist Station 9 Mardela with a Accident with Rescue. Rescue Engine 14 and Ambulance A14 Responded. Ambulance A14 transported 1 patient to the hospital. Crews were on scene for approximately 1 hour.

Sharptown Assist Eldorado with a Field Fire

On September 14, 2019, Sharptown Fire Department was alerted to assist Station 26 Eldorado with a corn field fire on Lone Pine Rd. Engine Tanker 1402 and Brush 14 responded. Crews were on scene for approximately 1.5 hours.

25th Annual Nanticoke Riverfest

On July 14, Seaford held the 25th Annual Nanticoke Riverfest. Among the festivities for the day is the Annual Float in. Participants from all over join in on rafts/floats of all kinds to celebrate the day. Fire Departments from Seaford, Blades, Millsboro, Federalsburg, Indian River, Sharptown and Laurel assist with boats, EMS, and divers out on the water while the float in is going on to ensure the safety of the participants.

Sharptown Assist Laurel with Chicken House Fire

On July 7, Sharptown was alerted to assist Laurel Fire Department with a working Chicken House Fire. Photos courtesy of Jack Bennett.