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Kimball fire department holds 32nd turkey feed

 

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Locals help themselves to mashed potatoes, vegetables and turkey at the 32nd annual turkey dinner fundraiser Sunday afternoon.

HURLEY – The Kimball Volunteer Fire Department held its 32nd annual turkey dinner fundraiser at the Kimball Community Center Sunday afternoon.

The cost was $9 for adults and $4 for children ages 5 to 12.

This year, 4-H students helped serve dinner to the masses.

Average attendance is about 1,000 people. "I think we're going to be down this year," said assistant fire chief Bill Sivula.

Activities included the dinner, a 50/50 raffle and a table selling Kimball-themed souvenirs.

"We hold this dinner to buy equipment and a truck," said Sivula.

"It's great to see people come out even on a cold day," he said.

For more information, call 715-561-2202.