Blue Ridge mourns the loss of one of our founders, Life Member Bob Freschi.

Blue Ridge Volunteer Fire & Rescue Co. mourns the loss of one of our founders, Life Member Bob Freschi.
For more than 40 years, Bob offered his optimism, enthusiasm, determination, and sales and business skills to help raise funds, run meetings, set high standards for our members, respond to fire and rescue calls, clear the lot and build our current facility, call Bingo, organize golf tournaments, wash dishes, and dance contentedly with the love of his life, Barbara, at our annual banquet. We will dearly miss Bob’s volunteer spirit, his sense of humor, and his loving support. We’ve lost a vital link to our past.  
For Memorial arrangements:

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Neighbor Helping Neighbor Since 1976

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Thanks to the Horseshoe Curve Benevolent Association

HSCBA Treasurer Jim Wink presents check to Blue Ridge VFD Treasurer Mike Sprenger with members from both groups present.

This summer, the Horseshoe Curve Benevolent Association of Pine Grove held their annual fund-raiser for Blue Ridge Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company. This was the 20th consecutive year that they have worked hard to raise money for the fire & rescue company.  They do this through auctions, raffles, food sales, and special auctions of items donated by members of our community. This year they raised $6,180.30.

The total over the 20 years of their effort is an amazing amount of $167,026 dollars! The money earned by “The Curve” has a direct and positive impact on our county. Due to their efforts, Blue Ridge Vol. Fire & Rescue has been able to purchase many things which help maintain efficient operations.

Blue Ridge Fire & Rescue expresses our utmost gratitude to “The Curve” for all they have done for our community. Truly, they are an example of our motto: Neighbor Helping Neighbor.

Sincerely,

The Members

Award Winning High School Member Recognized

On June 13th the Lord Fairfax EMS Council had their Regional Awards Dinner. An award for “The outstanding contribution to EMS by a High School Senior w/ Scholarship” was awarded to Blue Ridge Vol. Fire and Rescue, (EMT-B) member, Jessica Isleib.