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Saturday, October 25, 2008
IR Hosts 55th Anniversary, Fire Prevention Program and Apparatus Housing - Oak Orchard - Station #1

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Cub Scout Troop #105

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Engine #80-1

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Engine #80-2

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Bruch Truck #80-00 & 80 Marine 2

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Utility #80-11 & 80 Marine 3

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Parade Line Crew Review Last Minute Plans

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Parade Line Crew

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Little Miss Fire Prevention - Sammy

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Little Miss Fire Prevention - Sammy

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Sammy & Jacob

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Boy Scouts Prepare for Parade

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Boy Scouts Prepare for Parade

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Brush #80-0 & 80 Marine 1

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Parade Line Crew

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Final Preparation is Evaluated

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American Legion #28 Color Guard

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Grand Marshals Tee Norwood & Snooty Mosley

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Engine #80-1

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Parade Viewers

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Parade Viewers

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Fire Police Officer - Charles Frampton

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Parade Viewers

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Jim & Henrietta Stack with Grandchildren

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55th Anniversary Parade Spokesperson - Linda J. Walls

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State Senator George Bunting, Jr.

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Parade Vehicle Carrying Fire Prevention Personnel

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Sammy & Jacob

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Mill Creek Parade Apparatus

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Cub Scout Pack #105

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Cub Scout Pack #105

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Indian River Boys Pack

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Clerk of the Peace George Parrish

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Former State Representative John C. Atkins

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Sussex County Volunteer Firemen's Assoc. 2008-08 President William F. Tobin, Jr.

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Chief Engineer James R. Wagner

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Hayden, Jimmy &

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Georgetown Fire Company Utility and Foam Trailer

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Girl Scout Troop #958

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Carlislie Fire Company Engine

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Sussex County EMS Special Operations Unit

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Clerk of the Peace - George Parrish

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New Command and Engine - Indian River

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Jim Wagner, George Parrish & Don Ray

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George Parrish, John Atkins & Patrick Miller

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DJs - Nick & Jacob Adams

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Patrick Miller & John Brady

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Engine #80-3

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Brian Morley & Lima Fire Company Member

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Representative Biff Le & Geroge Parrish

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Ladies Auxiliary Members - Elaine Kulp, Ellen Cassatt & Jean Moore

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Lou Ella Hahn & friends

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Tee Norwood, Joyce & Michael Bowden

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Hayden Klingler, Jr.

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Linda Walls, Rev. J. Allen Miller, Senator George Bunting & John Brady

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Ceremonial Pushing Command Unit into firehouse

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Ceremonial Pushing Engine #80-3 into firehouse

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Linda J. Walls

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Patrick Miller, Eric Ruckle & WIlliam Tobin

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Patrick Miller & Eric Ruckle

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Truck Housing Committee

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Patrick Miller & Truck Housing Committee

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Senator Bunting & Truck Housing Committee

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Senator Bunting & Patrick Miller

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Patrick Miller & Representative Hastings

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Linda Walls, Jim Wagner, Representative Hastings & Hayden Klingler

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Representative Hasting & Linda Walls

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Representative Lee, Patrick Miller & Representative Hastings

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John Brady - Recorder of Deeds

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Patrick Miller & Representative Hastings

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Indian River Hosts 55th Anniversary, Fire Prevention Program and Apparatus Housing – Saturday, October 25th, 2008 On Saturday, October 25th, the Indian River Volunteer Fire Company celebrated its 55th Anniversary serving the communities of Oak Orchard, Riverdale, Long Neck and surrounding areas. The activities kicked off with a Fire Prevention Program from 10 a. – 2 p. at our Station #1 in Oak Orchard. A Firemen’s Parade commenced immediately thereafter with an Apparatus Housing Ceremony following at 4 p.m. The activities were well attended and enjoyed by everyone in attendance. Illustrated herewith is a pictorial view of our activities. The Indian River Volunteer Fire Company would like to acknowledge the community members, partners, volunteer fire company personnel for making this celebration event possible. Also, we extend our utmost appreciation to Mill Creek Fire Company and Lima Fire Company for providing stand-by coverage during these events. We also would like to acknowledge our community residents for their support over the years.