Volunteer fire department hosts 36th annual barbecue Aug. 31
Palomar Mountain Volunteer Fire Department will hold its 36th Annual Barbecue Fundraiser, open to the public and featuring a host of family-friendly activities, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 31.
Included at the event will be a dunk tank, a pie booth where participants can “pie the chiefs,” firefighter competitions, a beer and wine garden, a camel from Oasis Camel Dairy, an auction and opportunity drawings.
For $5 a ticket, event-goers can enter an opportunity drawing with a $1,000 grand prize.
Also at the fundraiser will be Velocity Paintball, Stone Brewery and KSON-FM radio.
Ramona resident Danielle Doelman, a firefighter with the Palomar Mountain department, said the fundraising goal is $20,000.
If the department raises $10,000, the chief and captain will get their fingernails painted red, and if it reaches the $20,000 goal, they will also have their hair dyed red with Kool-Aid, she said.
All money raised will go toward department training, station upkeep, and the engine maintenance, said Doelman.
The fire department is at 21610 Crestline Road, Palomar Mountain.
For more information, see the Facebook page, Palomar Mountain Volunteer Fire Department or Palomarfire.org.
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