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Klamath County Fire District 4 to host FUNdraiser on February 10, the first major event of the year

Klamath Falls, Oregon – The Klamath County Fire District 4 FUNdraiser is coming up soon, and everyone is very excited about it. It’s their first big event of the year. The event, which is set for February 10, promises a day full of fun things to do, getting involved in the community, and a chance to help the local volunteer fire station.

The event is being held at 4041 Balsam Dr., Klamath Falls, from 9 am to 6 pm. The goal is to raise money for the fire station. As a volunteer-run station, Fire District 4 relies on help from the community to maintain and upgrade its equipment and facilities.

The whole day event is full of different things to do for people of all ages. One of the best parts is that people can meet the brave volunteer firefighters and get a close look at the fire trucks. Young guests will have a lot of fun with the bounce house and craft table, and different vendors will be there selling a wide range of goods and services.

A raffle, with tickets priced at $3 each or two for $5, is among the key attractions. The community is encouraged to donate prizes for the raffle, and those interested in contributing can reach out to Michelle at mailto:[email protected] or contact Jases Candy Crunch. The proceeds from the raffle and other activities will directly benefit the fire station.

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Foodies can get a hotdog, chips, and a drink for just $5, which is a tempting deal. It’s simple and tasty to help the cause like this. Don’t forget to bring cash, because the event only accepts cash.

The Klamath County Fire District 4 is more than just a fire station; it’s an important part of the neighborhood. Fundraisers like this one not only get the much-needed money raised, but they also bring the firefighters and the people they help closer together.

So, mark your calendars for February 10th and be a part of this special day. It’s an opportunity to have fun, meet your local heroes, and contribute to a noble cause. For any queries about the event or how you can contribute, don’t hesitate to contact Michelle at the provided email address.

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Come out, show your support, and help make Klamath County Fire District 4’s first FUNdraiser of 2024 a roaring success!

Lavinia Beaumont




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