On Oct 28 Marsh Harbour Volunteer Fired & Rescue hosted a fundraiser on the fire dept. grounds. Burgers, hot dogs, sodas and sweets were on offer as youngsters got to ride in one of the fire engines.
On September 21, 2017 a town hall meeting was held to discuss the future direction of the Marsh Harbour Volunteer Fire Department. About eighty residents occupied the Anglican Hall in Marsh Harbour where the meeting was moderated by Marsh Harbour/Spring City Town Committee Chairman Roscoe Thompson III. A proposal was …
The Marsh Harbour Volunteer Fire and Rescue (MHVFR) service has been busy protecting properties over the last few weeks from several forest fires that have threatened homes, farms and utility poles among other things.
Primary School students from Every Child Counts (ECC), as a part of Fire Prevention Activity during Fire Prevention Month in The Bahamas, were given a tour of Marsh Harbour Volunteer Fire and Rescue’s fire station on Wednesday, October 22.
Agape Christian School presented Marsh Harbour Volunteer Fire and Rescue (MHVFR) with two cheques on May 19 from fundraisers held at the school.
On May 5, Peter Lorenz of the Leisure Lee Waterways Homeowners Property Association met with Danny Sawyer and Pastor Earlyn Baillou to present a cheque to the Marsh Harbour Volunteer Fire Department.
According to a police reported issued on Sept. 30, at about 8:35 p.m., a 25-year-old male of Murphy Town contacted the Marsh Harbour Police Station, and reported that there was a burning vehicle in the area of Great Cistern. Police officers along with the Marsh Harbour Volunteer Fire Department personnel immediately responded, confirmed the fire as reported, and firefighters extinguished the fire.
The cables needed to operate the Jaws of Life were removed from the Marsh Harbour Fire Engine. It is believe the copper cables were removed either Friday, Feb. 22 or Saturday Feb. 23 during the evening.