The Fire Company Needs The Communities Help On Monday August 18, 2014 And Wednesday August 20, 2014
Thank You To All The Volunteers That Helped With The Sweet Corn On Monday And Wednesday! Thanks To The Fisher Family For Their Ongoing Support And Dedication!
Its That Time Of year Again To Harvest And Cut The Sweet Corn To Freeze For Later use. The Sweet Corn Is Served at Our Pig Roast In November, Beef Dinner In January, Banquets As Well As Other Fundraisers. The Corn Is Grown In One Of Our Members Farm. The Day Begins Around 7AM In The Morning In The Field Pulling It From The Stalk It Is Then Transported To The Station Where The Outside Corn Husk Is Taken Off Before Cooking. The Fire Company Uses Stainless Steel Cookers From The Community That Allow Us To Use Their Cookers At No Cost Each Year. After The Corn Is Cooked It Goes Thru A Cooling Process Before It Is Cut From The Cob. We Always Appreciate All The Help That We Get From Our Community. In The Evening At 6:00 The Cleaning, Cutting And Bagging Starts And Continues For Several Hours As The Day Crew Is Beat And Ready For A Break. If You Have Several Hours That You Could Volunteer It Is Much Appreciated. The Times That Is most Needed Is Husking From Approximately 8:00AM To 11:30AM And Again To Finish Husking And Start Cutting After 5PM On Both Days.
9/11/2014 06:09:36 pm
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