Happy Birthday

Auxiliary and Squad Members and guests of the Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad (LCVRS) assembled at Lansdowne Resort on Saturday January 21 to celebrate the squad’s 65th birthday. A large number of former members that ran in the early days brought special meaning to our proud history. Patty Russell emceed the festivities with the swearing […]

Daisies everywhere

On Thursday January 19, a dozen daisies (Girl Scout Grades K-1)) showed up at the rescue squad to learn more about what we do. They were the most exuberant and inquisitive tour group we’ve had the pleasure to host in a long time. The tour began with instructions on what to do if they should […]

Get ready, get set…

News Years Day would not be the same in Leesburg without the Resolution Race at Ida Lee Park. This year marks the 20th anniversary of the annual event and also a milestone for the Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad providing emergency medical services to runners and guests. Fortunately there were no injuries to treat and […]

Trick or Treat

The 60th annual Leesburg Halloween Parade, hosted and organized by the Leesburg Kiwanis Club, showed off many more smiling instead of scary faces. In keeping with their annual tradition, The Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad showed of their new Gator while the Loudoun Rescue Auxiliary supplied candy and treats to the revelers. The Halloween Parade […]

“Those magnificent men…”

Children of all ages love an airshow and the Leesburg community was treated to a vast display of aeronautical engineering at the executive airport on Saturday Sept. 24. Aerial Acrobatics, skydiving and remote controlled aircraft graced the local skies dazzling the young and old. This great community event offered The Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad […]

Raising Awareness

DC Wine Country’s Divas Half Marathon went off as scheduled at Tarara Winery on Saturday Sept. 24. The back roads of Lucketts were overrun by 1200 participants helping to raise awareness to fight breast cancer. Through the cooperation of many public safety organizations and first responders, the event ended on a positive note with very […]


Residents of Madison House presented a donation for the tireless efforts bestowed on them by members of the rescue squad. Each had their own story of how the squad came to help in their hour of need. “You guys are always there, you should have your own room.” In gratitude for their service, Madison House […]

A moment of silence

In a show of unity, the Loudoun County Fire and Rescue Combined System assembled on the town green to remember all that perished on September 11 fifteen years ago. Mayor Dave Butler provided inspiration and hope by identifying courageous individuals who personally experienced the horror of that day. With bagpipes and color guard setting the […]

What is your emergency?

The Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad is staffed by many dedicated volunteer members that want to make a difference. The idea of providing community service sometimes starts at a young age. Whether we are influenced by those around us or have a curiosity of how public safety works, everyone gains satisfaction when helping those in […]

Lucketts’ Fair

Lucketts’ agrarian roots were honored during the Lucketts’ Fair on August 20-21. Visitors enjoyed Bluegrass music under the gazebo, children enjoyed a hayride and the daring tried to dominate a mechanical bull. While artisans displayed their crafts and vendors offered great fair food the Loudoun County Volunteer Rescue Squad was making sure everyone was safe […]