Little Fork VFRC Recognized for 100% Response Rate

Thanks to the Culpeper Star Exponent for their excellent coverage of our 2017 Awards banquet.  This article is excerpted from the October 23, 2017 edition of the Culpeper Star Exponent newspaper. Click Here for the complete story. Little Fork Volunteer Fire & Rescue Company of Rixeyville was recently recognized – for the fifth straight year – for responding to 100 percent of emergency calls made. Doug Laughton with the Virginia Office of Emergency Medical Services acknowledged the stellar record at the company’s 23rd annual awards banquet held at Jeffersonton Baptist Church. “Little Fork Volunteer Fire and Rescue Company was available and responded to 100 percent of its fire and EMS calls for assistance in Fiscal Year 2016. This makes the fifth straight year for that noteworthy accomplishment,” said Laughton. “Little Fork is one of the few if not the only volunteer fire and rescue company in Virginia to achieve this level of duty and service to their community.” More than120 members, guests and special guests attended the Oct. 14 banquet at which Chief Doug Monaco reported that the company ran 227 fire calls and 399 EMS calls July 1, 2016 to June 30, 2017. His report noted that 61 volunteer members serve the Northern Culpeper area comprised of 65 square miles – approximately 5,000 homes and businesses. Little Fork VFRC responded to incidents with property values totaling $3.097 million with their actions saving $2.275 million worth. The company also saved local property owners more than $2.1 million in additional insurance...

Give Local Piedmont

Your one-time gift will qualify us for matching grants and cash prizes.  It only counts on one day —TUESDAY, MAY 6 Little Fork VFR is joining over 100 local nonprofits in a single day of community giving. We have one 24 hour period on May 6, 2014, to bring attention and resources to all of the area nonprofits that make this a great place to live, especially Little Fork. It’s a contest and we win by getting the most individual gifts or by getting the most dollars in 24 hours. All gifts are tax-deductible. Please go to our personalized donation page at the Give Local Piedmont website to donate....

National Night Out – August 6, 2013

Little Fork assisted the Culpeper County Sheriff’s Office with the National Night Out program. The event was held at Spilman Park. Over 250 people attended the event. Ambulance 9-1, Rescue Engine 9, Rescue 9, Equine 9 and Chief 9 were...

Funeral – June 18, 2013

Per the families request Little Fork’s 1987 Pierce pumper (Engine 9) was detailed to the funeral of Prince William County Lieutenant (Ret.) Paul Robinson. Paul drove this unit during the time he was assigned to the Buckhall Station. Several stories were shared with Paul’s family about his operation of this unit. The pumper was nicknamed “Christine” by the crew at Buckhall because of the units speed and the number of working fires that it had operated on. Little Fork purchased the unit from Buckhall several years ago and still runs the unit as a front line piece...

Laila Rose Foundation

Engine, Rescue, Chief, Ambulance 9 and Ambulance 9-1 on standby at the Laila Rose Foundation fund raiser in Lakota. The hounds of the Warrenton Hunt participated too!!! The Warrenton Hunt is celebrating their 125th...