Prizes, excitement and good food at LFVFD Bingo

Tension builds as Carroll News Staffer Dave Broyles (dressed as Captain Obvious) reads off the number on a winning ticket as Laurel Fork Volunteer Fire Department Member Blaine Barnard assists. The Department’s annual Fundraiser/Giveaway was held last Friday at VFW Post 1115. Curtis Banks had the last ball drawn for the $5,000 prize; Sharon Turman was second for $3,000 and Dustin Nester had the third to last ball drawn for $2,000. - Submitted photo | Peter Sykes
Participants in the Laurel Fork Volunteer Fire Department Fundraiser/Giveaway on July 27 had a chance to relax and enjoy a meal before things got serious at the annual fundraiser. Curtis Banks had the last ball drawn at the annual event, to claim the $5,000 prize. - Submitted photo | Peter Sykes
LFVFD Bingo/Giveaway participants were praised at the annual event last Friday for their support which helped make this new 3,000 gallon tanker possible. The Department hopes to have it in service in a little more than two weeks. The Department is also interested in recruiting more volunteers and others to assist the Auxiliary. - Submitted photo | LFVFD

Tension builds as Carroll News Staffer Dave Broyles (dressed as Captain Obvious) reads off the number on a winning ticket as Laurel Fork Volunteer Fire Department Member Blaine Barnard assists. The Department’s annual Fundraiser/Giveaway was held last Friday at VFW Post 1115. Curtis Banks had the last ball drawn for the $5,000 prize; Sharon Turman was second for $3,000 and Dustin Nester had the third to last ball drawn for $2,000.

Participants in the Laurel Fork Volunteer Fire Department Fundraiser/Giveaway on July 27 had a chance to relax and enjoy a meal before things got serious at the annual fundraiser. Curtis Banks had the last ball drawn at the annual event, to claim the $5,000 prize.

LFVFD Bingo/Giveaway participants were praised at the annual event last Friday for their support which helped make this new 3,000 gallon tanker possible. The Department hopes to have it in service in a little more than two weeks. The Department is also interested in recruiting more volunteers and others to assist the Auxiliary.

Tension builds as Carroll News Staffer Dave Broyles (dressed as Captain Obvious) reads off the number on a winning ticket as Laurel Fork Volunteer Fire Department Member Blaine Barnard assists. The Department’s annual Fundraiser/Giveaway was held last Friday at VFW Post 1115. Curtis Banks had the last ball drawn for the $5,000 prize; Sharon Turman was second for $3,000 and Dustin Nester had the third to last ball drawn for $2,000.
https://www.thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/web1_download-1-.jpgTension builds as Carroll News Staffer Dave Broyles (dressed as Captain Obvious) reads off the number on a winning ticket as Laurel Fork Volunteer Fire Department Member Blaine Barnard assists. The Department’s annual Fundraiser/Giveaway was held last Friday at VFW Post 1115. Curtis Banks had the last ball drawn for the $5,000 prize; Sharon Turman was second for $3,000 and Dustin Nester had the third to last ball drawn for $2,000. Submitted photo | Peter Sykes

Participants in the Laurel Fork Volunteer Fire Department Fundraiser/Giveaway on July 27 had a chance to relax and enjoy a meal before things got serious at the annual fundraiser. Curtis Banks had the last ball drawn at the annual event, to claim the $5,000 prize.
https://www.thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/web1_download.jpgParticipants in the Laurel Fork Volunteer Fire Department Fundraiser/Giveaway on July 27 had a chance to relax and enjoy a meal before things got serious at the annual fundraiser. Curtis Banks had the last ball drawn at the annual event, to claim the $5,000 prize. Submitted photo | Peter Sykes

LFVFD Bingo/Giveaway participants were praised at the annual event last Friday for their support which helped make this new 3,000 gallon tanker possible. The Department hopes to have it in service in a little more than two weeks. The Department is also interested in recruiting more volunteers and others to assist the Auxiliary.
https://www.thecarrollnews.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/08/web1_37956571_1744885372297562_4423578755943890944_n.jpgLFVFD Bingo/Giveaway participants were praised at the annual event last Friday for their support which helped make this new 3,000 gallon tanker possible. The Department hopes to have it in service in a little more than two weeks. The Department is also interested in recruiting more volunteers and others to assist the Auxiliary. Submitted photo | LFVFD