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Middleburg Volunteer Fire Department seeks donations for member who lost his home to fire

A volunteer with the Middleburg Fire Department needs your help.

According to the Sterling Volunteer Fire Company’s website, Mike Monteith, a firefighter with the Middleburg station who used to volunteer at the Arcola station, and his family lost their home to fire June 17.

The website posting also states that there is an immediate need for clothes, and more needs will likely be identified in the coming days. Financial donations are also being accepted. Gift cards to Wal-Mart, Kohls and Home Depot would also be useful. Money, cards or clothing can be dropped off at the Middleburg fire station:

910 West Washington Street
Middleburg, VA 20117
Phone: 540-687-3001

or mailed to:

Middleburg Volunteer Fire Department
c/o The Montieth Family
P.O. Box 0122
Middleburg, VA 20118

Clothing size information:

Child age 12
Shoe Size: 6 1/2 Mens
Shirt Size: Large Kids
Pants Size: 12 Kids

Child age 10:
Shoe Size: 9 1/2 – 10 Mens
Shirt Size: Large
Pants Size: Men’s Small Waist

Adult Male:
Shoe Size: 9 1/2 Mens
Shirt Size: Large Mens
Pants Size: 38W 32L

Adult Female:
Shoe Size: 10 1/2 Womens
Shirt Size: 3X
Pants Size: 26

Adult Female:
Shoe Size: 9 1/2 Womens
Shirt Size: XL
Pants Size: 16

More information on the fire and what you can do to help the Monteith family will be posted as soon as it becomes available.


Is there a place to drop off clothes in Charles Town?

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