Public Events

Here at Wilderness Volunteer Fire Department, we strive to have a presence in our community. We participate in many local festivities and host a bounty of our own, on-site events.

BBQ

Annual Pork BBQ

Every year, members of the community and beyond look forward to our house recipe Pork BBQ. Local businesses and residents can enjoy delivery, or pay us a visit at the station and take advantage of  a tour of the apparatus and other activities!

Spaghetti

Annual Valentine's Day Spaghetti Dinner

Planning something romantic? Let us take over the task of cooking! Enjoy the day with your beloved and still treat them with a delectable dinner! Local deliveries available!

Parades
Shop with a First Responder

Shop With A First Responder

In 2017, Wilderness VFD Firefighter/EMT, Noah Allen initiated the Shop With A First Responder program in Nicholas County. Shop with a First Responder helps local children who are in need to enjoy their Christmas. Uniformed First Responders accompany these children on a Christmas shopping experience that is paid for through donations from local individuals and businesses. In 2018, over 100 children participated and over 40 First Responders from the following agencies volunteered for the event:

CBC Fire Department
Jan-Care Ambulance Service & General EMS
Nicholas County Sheriff Department
Redi-Care Ambulance
Summersville Fire Department
Summersville Police Department
West Virginia State Police
Wilderness Volunteer Fire Department

Fire Safety Mt. Nebo

Fire Safety

As firefighters, fire safety is one of our number one priorities. We take pride in visiting local schools and hosting in- and out-of-house events to promote fire safety in our community and beyond!

Back to School Bash

Annual Back-To-School Bash

In 2018, we hosted our first ever Back-To-School Bash! Area children were provided basic school supplies, and were able to participate in games and learning activities set up by our members and other area organizations.  Children were given a chance to participate in the West Virginia Fire Association's annual Fire Safety Calendar picture contest. Cotton candy and popcorn were also available.