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Stony Point Volunteer Fire Company 40th Anniversary
Stony Point Volunteer Fire Company 40th Anniversary
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Date/Time
Saturday, August 16th 2014
8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Location
Stony Point Ruritan

Stony Point Volunteer Fire Company is celebrating 40 years!

We invite everyone to come and enjoy a day full of family fun! Start off the day at 8am with our Firehouse 5K, (pre-registration starts at 7am.  Cool off with a hose spray & kickball game right before we have some BBQ and great food from local food trucks. From 1-3pm we will be hosting a Carnival with games, prizes, petting zoo, hayrides and inflatables. We will end our celebration at 5pm with The Neil Tibert Band. Come and join us celebrate 40 years serving the surrounding community! 

Free Parking at Stony Point Elementary and at the Stony Point Ruritan

Donations welcome at the event.

Check us out on our website: http://www.spvfc.org/

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