T-shirt fund raiser

 

 

Onewhero’s rural fire force put on a social evening last Saturday for the local community where around 40 people of all ages turned out for some food, a natter and few rounds of pool.
The force has been active fighting fires, helping the injured and critically ill in the wider rural district for 30 years.
It began in 1985 with just a handful of volunteers and one small vehicle.
The 25 volunteers, who now man three diverse vehicles, have recently raised funds for several breathing apparatuses and are now taking orders for supporters’ t-shirts.
Being part of the force means a lot to its members and quite a few have been involved for 20 or 30 years.
For more information look for Onewhero-Volunteer-Rural-Fire-Force on facebook.

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