Auxiliary News

  • Farmer's Market

    • Visit the TEVFD Auxiliary tent on Saturday 9-19 from 9 to 1

    • We will be selling:

      • RADA items

      • Spaghetti Dinner Tickets

      • TEVFD Cookbooks

  • Fundraising items available to purchase online​​​

    • Coming soon - purchase fundraising items online at our TEVFD Auxiliary store

    • Stay tuned for more information

  • Annual Drive thru Spaghetti Dinner

    • TEVFD Auxiliary ​ will host our annual drive thru Spaghetti dinner on Thursday October 22 from 5 to 7 pm

    • Tickets will be available for advance purchase on Sept. 15

    • Tickets may be purchased online or from an Auxiliary member

    • Click Fundraiser tab for details

    • Click STORE tab to purchase online

2020 Scholarships Awarded

The TEVFD Auxiliary is proud to award scholarships to deserving young people to help with the expense of continued education.  Scholarships are available to children and grandchildren of active or retired fire fighters and auxiliary members.  Scholarships are awarded based on participation in school activities, academic and social accomplishments, and community involvement.

 

This year we are honored to be able to award scholarships to the following students:

Vivian Reinhardt attended Middlesex High School where she maintained a 3.2 or higher GPA.  She participated in school activities and clubs including National Honor Society, Key Club, Spanish National Honor Society, Varsity Tennis, Forensics Team, and Public Speaking & Debate Team.  Vivian held offices as class representative, class Treasurer, VP of National Honor Society, Secretary of Spanish National Honor Society and VP & President of Key Club.  She has also been a member of Tappahannock Girl Scout Troop 813 since second grade.  Vivian plans to attend University of Mary Washington where she will pursue a double major in American Studies and Historic Preservation and minor in Women and Gender Studies.

 

Brooke Packett attended Essex High School where she graduated with an advanced diploma.  She was an honor role student and a member of NJHS.  Brooke also participated in the L.O.V.E program and played tennis.  She has been working since age 16 and is heavily involved in her church.  Brooke’s community service has included helping her father maintain community athletic fields and working concessions for a variety of sporting events.  She also helps the elderly with daily chores and errands such as grocery shopping and cleaning up their yards.  Brooke plans to attend Rappahannock Community College where she will pursue a major in Math and a minor in Science.

 

Blake Edwards graduated 4th in his class from Northumberland High School in 2019 with a 4.4 GPA.  He was an All-District baseball player and Captain of the team his senior year.  Blake is entering his second year at High Point University pursuing a degree in Exercise Science to become a Physical Therapist.  During his first year in college, Blake was involved in intramural sports and joined Sigma Nu Fraternity where he held the position of Academic Chair.  This fraternity supports the community by holding fundraisers for the American Heart Association, blood drives, and organizing street clean ups. Blake has been selected to be a First Year Navigator by the High Point Office of Student Success for the upcoming fall semester where he will be helping incoming freshmen with their transition to college life.

 

Congratulations to each of these young people, we look forward to following your progress as you pursue your dreams and we wish you much success!

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