Fire Station 18 A-Shift Participates In National Night Out In Glenmont
By: Captain Derrick Anthony, Station Commander
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue
Fire Station 18 A-Shift
Montgomery County Fire Station 18 participated Tuesday, August 2nd in the National Night Out Crime and Community Awareness campaign at Weller Road Elementary School. The local event was sponsored by Mrs. Rose Alvarez, President of the Glenmont Civic Association.
E718 (fire truck that carries hose and water) and AT718 (fire truck with the big ladder on top) partnered with police officers from the Fourth District to represent Montgomery County’s finest at the local event. The Glenmont Civic Association organized activities to acquaint community residents with their local law enforcement and fire/rescue personnel as well as providing a platform for public safety to deliver crime and safety awareness messages.
Members from Company 18 set up static displays with the engine and tower providing residents an opportunity to see what we do first hand! Captain Derrick Anthony, FS18 A-Shift, gave a brief introduction and emphasized to the residents that Montgomery County Fire and Rescue is an “All Hazards” community based fire department that is here to serve and protect the residents of Montgomery County.