Friendship Veterans Fire Engine Association
107 South Alfred Street, Alexandria, Virginia 22314
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Annual Events

Breakfast & Program Meeting
Monday, February 20, 2017 at 9 a.m. in Alexandria. Have a hearty breakfast; hear a distinguished speaker, see the presentation of the Ben Lynt Distinguished Service Award; and enjoy good fellowship on the morning of the George Washington Birthday Parade. Tickets are available after Christmas.

Father's Day at Friendship
Free tours for fathers on Father’s Day. Friendship Firehouse will make every father an honorary chief of the Friendship Fire Company Bucket Brigade; and Dad will receive his own honorary chief certificate!

Friendship Firehouse Festival. 
Every year, on the first Saturday in August (this year it is August 6, 2016) on the 100 block of South Alfred Street, tour the Firehouse, get a free fire hat, climb up on a real fire truck, shop from arts & crafts vendors, and enjoy a piece of cake as we celebrate our 242nd anniversary!

Firefighters Memorial Service and Wreath Laying Ceremony
Held at the Ivy Hill Cemetery (2823 King Street, Alexandria) this event honors firefighters fallen in the line of duty.  The Friendship Luncheon follows the ceremony. Sponsored jointly with the Ivy Hill Cemetery Memorial Association this service is attended by Firefighters, City Officials, and members of the Association.

Friendship Conservation Fund

A donation to Friendship will help us conserve two pieces of firefighting apparatus owned by Friendship Fire Co. 

See our new LOGO. Thanks to students at Northern Virginia Community College who developed many designs for us. Mugs from the Memorial Service are on sale at the Firehouse with this new LOGO on them (a gift for someone special?).

The Friendship Veterans Fire Engine Association assists in the preservation of the historic fire engine house on Alfred Street in Alexandria, Virginia; supports the Alexandria Fire Department; and provides scholarships, and other benevolent and philanthropic services to the Alexandria Community.  The Association promotes civic involvement, honors the legacy of its 18th-century founders--dedicated citizen firefighters--and values the contributions of our present-day first responders.