Members of Woodmen Life Chapter 58 presented a flag to the Willow City Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department on Saturday, May 5, at the department’s annual fundraiser. Participating in the flag presentation were, from left, Janet Rabke (WCVFR), Ingrid Kruse, Ava Kruse, Kathy Boening, Freddie Kruse, Tracy Cleaton and Raynell Wilke (WCVFR). — Standard-Radio Post/Erika Vela
A ustin Dreyer, left, and Tony Schueller hold up a Rustlin’ Robs item during the WCVFR’s live auction.
Brothers Asher and Isaac Gold check out the Willow City fire truck that was on display at the fundraiser. Proceeds from the annual event are used to help maintain the department, training and operating expenses.
Maurice Hohmann applies sauce to the pork barbecuing on the pits along with Patrick Hohmann and Monica Durst on Saturday afternoon at the Willow City Volunteer Fire and Rescue Department’s annual fundraiser. The event also included an opening ceremony, country store, live and silent auctions, prize drawings and more.
Baked goods were one of several items offered during the at-will donation plate sale on Saturday. Jim and Anne Martin marveled over the many dessert options as Jo Wallace offered assistance.
Raising money Willow City style
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Fire, rescue department hosts barbecue supper, auction, prize drawings Saturday