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Valley Forge Volunteer Fire Co. Auxiliary Beef & Beer To Be Held Saturday, May 22nd

On Saturday, May 22nd, the Valley Forge Volunteer Fire Co. will be hosting a Beef & Beer fundraiser:
Valley Forge Volunteer Fire Co.
Auxiliary Beef & Beer

Saturday May 22nd, 2010 (Rain or Shine)

4 – 8 pm @ the Grove
Main Station, 630 Valley Park Road, Valley Forge, PA 19481

Music, Kids Jumpy Castle & Bean Bag Toss

Horseshoe Tournament
$10 donation per team, prize for winners
Register by 4:30 pm day of
*weather permitting

Donation for Tickets:
$20 in advance (online / social room)
$25 at the door
$10 ages 5-15 (under 5 eat for free)

Donation includes food and beer · cash bar for mixed drinks

Order Tickets Online @ www.ValleyForgeFireCo.com

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