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VFD Fundraiser

The Margargel Volunteer Fire Department invites you to their annual fundraiser this Saturday.

The event kicks off at 10:00a.m. and they are hoping for a great turnout.

They are also putting on their first ever Mud Bog.  The race is starting at 1:00p.m. at the Mustang Hall.

They will also be having a dance that starts at 7:00p.m.  Live music will feature Gremlin Bell and Two Mile Drop.

While at the event you can enjoy hamburgers and hotdog's and if you would like, you can purchase a t-shirt.

The registration fee is $30 dollars and the "Pit Pass" is just $10.  You are also encouraged to bring you own beverages.  You are allowed to bring a cooler, but you are asked to pay $10.

All of the proceeds will go to benefit the volunteer fire department.

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