Kids Bingo

Memorial Day Parade

E161 and Ambulance 169 on Main St. as the annual Memorial Day Parade returns to Woodsboro for the first time since 2019. 

Bingo Flyer (June 2022)

Publishing our Bingo Flyer for the summer, so folks have the flyer in advance.

Woodsboro VFC In The News…

The Woodsboro Volunteer Fire Company was mentioned in the Woodsboro Walkersville News-Journal, check out the story! Shout out to Jim for a great story! http://www.emmitsburg.net/archive_list/articles/ce/woodsboro/2021/santa_run.htm

Fire Hall Rental Notice


As of July 2021, the Woodsboro Vol. Fire Co. has voted to suspend the rental of its fire hall to the general public. This will remain until further notice. This does not apply to Woodsboro Vol. Fire Company hosted events. We thank you for your understanding and cooperation.

Kay Ensor

Ruth, Angie, Kay, and SANTA.

Our hearts and prayers go out to the family of Kay Ensor (pictured on right) of the Woodsboro Vol. Fire Company. She will be deeply missed by all of us at the Woodsboro Vol. Fire Company. Kay was a very active member with the WVFC, taking on leadership roles and volunteering at fundraisers. She will be deeply missed. You may visit her obituary at the following link: https://www.fredericknewspost.com/obituaries/kay-l-ensor/article_f0ba4969-9a9e-5ae3-a351-2ee50d4dedcc.html

Ruth Martin (08/22/1939 – 08/28/2020)

Ruth Martin

Ruth Elizabeth Smith Martin, age 81, of Woodsboro, died Friday, August 28, 2020 at Frederick Memorial Hospital. Born August 22, 1939 in Woodsboro, she was the daughter of the late Carl A. Boller Jr. and Virginia M. Penwell Boller Hammond. Twice married, she was the wife of Daniel Bowers Smith Jr. and the late William M. “Zip” Martin who died in 1992.

Ruth was a 1957 graduate of Frederick High School. She was a longtime employee of the Frederick County government where she helped establish the computer department in the Treasurer’s office and retired in 1989 after nearly 31 years of service. She also worked for Standard Federal from 1989-94 and was a part-time employee with the State Dept. of Assessments and Taxation from 1994-2017. She was a member of the Woodsboro Evangelical Lutheran Church, the Woodsboro Volunteer Fire Co. and was a charter member of the Fire Company Auxiliary, serving until 2016 and then in 2017 joined the Libertytown Fire Co. and Auxiliary. She was inducted into the Hall of Fame of the Frederick County Volunteer Fire and Rescue Association in 2001 and the Hall of Fame of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Maryland State Firemen’s Association (LAMSFA) in 2010. She served on numerous committees with LAMSFA and held many offices with LAFCVFRA throughout the years, several times as president. She received the “Honey Award” in 2014, the highest award bestowed by LAMSFA. She was also a member of the Frederick Memorial Hospital Auxiliary until 2015. Ruth enjoyed traveling, especially on cruises, going to Ocean City, playing bingo and the slots at various places.

Surviving are children, Daniel B. “Buster” Smith III of Woodsboro, Kenneth Raye Smith and wife Donna of Thurmont, Joseph Allen Martin and wife Holly of Brooklyn, NY and Mary Virginia Smith Murphy and husband Chuck of Union Bridge; grandchildren, Wendy Murphy Keefer and husband Eric, Chad Murphy and wife Megan, Lindsey Murphy, Christopher Smith and wife Michelle, Damien Smith, Jonathan Smith, Kendall Smith, Joely Martin and Wil Martin; step grandchildren, Chad Dewees and Brandi Sowers; great grandchildren, Dylan Murphy and Ava Smith; several step great grandchildren including Angel Sowers; brothers, David R. Boller and Michael A. Hammond and wife Sharon and several nieces and nephews. She was predeceased by grandchildren, infant Jeanette Smith, and Scott Murphy and brother Edwin L. Boller.

She will be missed by the Woodsboro Vol. Fire Co.

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2020 Officers

toddler wearing red firefighter uniform
Photo by Hamza El-Falah on Unsplash
OFFICENAME
PRESIDENTSusan Mosholder
VICE PRESIDENTDiane Fyock
SECRETARYKaren Lind
ASST. SECRETARYNancy Cornell
TREASURERJim Writer
ASST. TREASURERJoAnn Shaffer
CHAPLAINMary Louise Ambrose
CHIEFMicky Fyock
DEPUTY CHIEFDennis Derry
ASST. CHIEFJay Lind
LIEUTENANTKatie Dixon
QA OFFICERJim Writer
TRAINING OFFICERDiane Fyock
HIPPA COMPLIANCE OFFICERJim Writer
MEMBERSHIP CHAIRPERSONSusan Mosholder
LOSAP CHAIRPERSONDiane Fyock
LOSAP CO-CHAIRPERSONKay Ensor
DELEGATESusan Mosholder
DELEGATEMicky Fyock
DELEGATERobert Lind
DELEGATEDennis Derry
DELEGATEDiane Fyock

Clayton C. Lenhart (08/16/1960 – 02/11/2008)

Clayton C. Lenhart, 47, of Keymar, passed away on Monday, Feb. 11, 2008 at the Frederick Memorial Hospital.

Born Aug. 16, 1960 in Frederick, he was the son of Harold E. Lenhart Sr. and Dorothy E. Lenhart of Keymar.

Clayton was employed by Frederick County Highway Department.

He was a 1978 Walkersville High School graduate.

Clayton was a dedicated member of both the Woodsboro and New Midway Volunteer Fire Departments. He was the past president of the Woodsboro Volunteer Fire Department.

He was a member of the Central Maryland Antique Tractors Club, the Heart of Maryland Tractor Pullers, the Frederick County Farm Museum and a Walkersville FFA Alumni. He was also a member of the Sons of the American Legion.

In addition to his loving parents, Harold and Dorothy, he is survived by his grandfather, Marion Stull of Frederick; a brother, Harold E. Lenhart Jr. and wife, Cathy, of Frederick; a sister, Doris Snouffer and husband, Timothy, of Smithsburg; a niece, Sarah Snouffer of Smithsburg; two god-daughters, Stacey Chronister and Mandi Ramsburg; and his special friends, Ervin and Mary Albaugh and Greg Stull.

He will also be remembered by his numerous aunts, uncles, cousins and friends.

He is preceded in death by his paternal grandparents, Harry C. and Edna May Lenhart and his maternal grandmother, Viola Stull.

The Woodsboro Volunteer Fire/Rescue Company will never forget. God Bless.