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2009

  • 100-year celebration of Fire Station #5 in Mechanicsville

    Source: PAUL N. TRUMPORE, Chaplain, City of Knoxville Fire Department

    • Who: The Knoxville Fire Department
    • What: 100-year celebration of Fire Station #5 in Mechanicsville
    • Where: 419 Arthur St. Knoxville, TN 37921
    • When: May 18, 2009 between 3:00 PM Ė 6:00 PM

    The Mayor will unveil a plaque at 3:15 PM.

    Additional information: In 1909 the population of Knoxville was growing very quick, there were plenty of opportunities for working folks. Just west of downtown Knoxville was a new suburb called Mechanicsville. The powers that be at that time decided there should be a fire station in this new area to protect the people and their property. On May 23, 1909, Fire Station #5 opened its doors for business.

    Please join us to celebrate 100 years of service to the community and rededicate this beautiful building for hopefully another hundred years. The 1907 American-LaFrance steamer pulled by retired Captain, Tommy Gillilandís Percheron horses will be an attraction, along with Fire Department Historian retired Captain Jack Lewis who will be on hand to answer questions from the public.

    The Mechanicsville Association will have an ensemble playing music and refreshments will be available for all. If you love Knoxville History, you donít want to miss this.

    Additional parking is available at Hellen Ross McNabb Center at 600 Arthur Street.

    Questions: 740-9926 D.J. Corcoran.



2008

  • Firefighter Games Competition

    Ten area Volunteer Fire Departments will compete in the annual Firefighter Games Competition to be held Saturday, July 19. See your local VFD in action! Go to the Wartburg Central High School at the BIG Flag on Highway 62.

    The festivities start at 10:00 AM and run all day. Of special interest is the Water Ball Competition at 4:00 PM.

    These are serious physical games relating to firefighting. Some of the participating volunteer fire departments have been in training for 6 months or more to get ready.

    Call Charlie of the West Roane VFD at 354-1993 for more information.


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  • Third Annual Andersonville VFD Open Bass Tournament

    May 10, 2008: The 3rd Annual AVFD Open Bass Tournament will be held on Saturday, May 10, 2008, at Loyston Point Free Launch at Point 19, Norris Lake.

    Prize Pool:

    • First Place: $800
    • Second Place: $300
    • Third Place: $150
    • Fourth Place: $50
    • Lunker Buy is $10 100%

    For more information, download the AVFD Open Bass Tournament Official Entry Form. If you have any questions please call the Andersonville VFD station at (865) 494-0563 or email info @ tnavfd.com.


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  • Roane County United Way Annual Meeting and Luncheon

    March 28, 2008: The Roane County United Way will hold their annual meeting and campaign recognition luncheon from noon to 1 PM on Friday, March 28, 2008, at the Michael Dunn Center on Gallaher Road in Kingston, Tennessee. Any member of the community who supported the Roane County United Way's 2007-8 campaign is invited to attend. For more information, contact the United Way offices at 865-882-7711 or email rcuway.dk @ comcast.net no later than March 24th.



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