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VFD BBQ Fundraiser to Include Raffle and Silent Auction
Posted September 27, 2016

The WB VFD BBQ will be held on Saturday, October 8 from 5:00 pm - 9:00 pm.

As in the past, there will be raffle and silent auction items donated by neighbors and local businesses. This year, many local businesses have donated gift certificates for dining, haircuts, vet appointments and more. Some of the other items that will be raffled or auctioned off include a brand new golf push cart valued at $199, a motorcycle lift, a decorative lamp, and golf rounds at the Retreat in Cleburne.

New this year, Paw Pals (Hill County's no-kill pet shelter) will be onsite at the beginning of the evening with 4 or 5 dogs that attendees can visit with. These dogs will be kept far enough away from the crowd in order to not disturb the rest of the evening's events. This is an opportunity for anyone interested to get more information on this Hill County organization.




For tickets to the BBQ, email Linda Yeary or call her at 254-221-0101. For more information, see the VFD BBQ & Music flyer or email Linda Wilmarth or call her at 254-205-3693.


Electronics Recycling
Posted September 27, 2016

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WBVFD will again offer as a benefit to White Bluff residents the transport of items to Itasca for Hilco's recycling program. A list of acceptable items is in the flyer in this article.

You may bring your items to the fire station at any time and place them by the flag pole. The items will be taken inside the building each evening. If you need assistance with getting an item to the fire station, email Guin McGinnis or call him at 694-2187.

Please have your items at the fire station prior to October 25.

Note: Hilco does not accept loose batteries for recycling, but both Home Depot and Lowes accept Lithion Ion batteries at their Customer Service desks.


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Last updated on September 27, 2016