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News - September 14, 2008

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  1. Updated: Open House is Saturday, September 27, 2008, from 1 PM to 5 PM
  2. Annual West Roane Community Luncheon is October 5, 2008 at Camp Buck Toms
  3. September is National Preparedness Month
  4. Roane County Drought Level Increases to Extreme, Then, with Rains from Fay, Slips Back to Severe in West Roane
  • Updated: Open House is 1 PM to 5 PM on Saturday, September 27

    West Roane County Volunteer Fire Department will have an Open House at 1303 Pumphouse Road on Saturday, September 27th from 1 PM to 5 PM for the community. WRCVFD personnel will available to share information about fire safety and also have a Live Fire Training session. A special treat will be the spectacular Propane Tank Fire Training, held at dusk for best effect. Light refreshments will be provided free of charge.

  • Annual West Roane Community Luncheon is 12:30 PM on Sunday, October 5

    Camp Buck Toms will be the location of the West Roane County Community Luncheon on Sunday, October 5th starting at 12:30PM. Ranger Dave is hosting the event. This is a great opportunity for the West Roane Community to meet your neighbors as well as learn about the need for Fire Department volunteering. Camp Buck Tom will supply the meat and drinks. Please bring a side-dish or dessert if you can.

    Directions: Follow the signs to get to Camp Buck Toms. From the old Highway Patrol/driver's license testing place (the small brick building one block south of the last traffic light on Highway 27 in Rockwood), turn east onto Nelson Street. Follow Nelson Street past the elementary school out of town, where it becomes Pumphouse Road. Pass the water treatment plant, then bear left onto Ables Valley Road. Follow Ables Valley Road, then go left at the Buck Tom/Harbour Pointe Marina sign onto Winton Chapel Road. Once on Winton Chapel Road, pass Crystal Cove, then the marina, then pass Eagle Furnace Road, staying on Winton Chapel. (Some people call Winton Chapel Road by the name Rodgers Lane after passing Eagle Furnace Road.) Turn left onto Camp Buck Tom Road (called Camp Bucktom Road on some maps) and continue to follow the Buck Toms/Boy Scout signs to the main building. You can't miss it. See also the Boy Scout maps to the camp.

    Please plan to attend these events and get to know your West Roane County Volunteer Fire Department.

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