Wise Ave Vol. Fire Co. celebrates 75 years of service to community
The Wise Avenue Volunteer Fire Company marked its 75th anniversary in grand — and loud! — fashion on Saturday with a parade of firefighting equipment down Wise Avenue. The parade, featuring apparatus from departments across the county, made its way from Grays Road to Church Road leading up to a day-long celebration featuring demonstrations, a flea market and more at the North Point Government Center.
The Wise Avenue Volunteer Fire Company led the parade last Saturday.
Onlookers waved as the firefighters passed by.
The parade made its way down Wise Avenue to Church Road, where it concluded.
The English Consul Junior Fire Department from southwestern Baltimore County showed their support for the Wise Avenue Volunteer Fire Company.
The Pikesville Volunteer Fire Company owns several pieces of historic equipment, including this 1966 Mack C695.
Local officials, including Councilman Todd Crandell (R-7) and Del. Bob Long (R-6) joined in the fun.