Boonville Police and Fire Departments Competing for Great Cause
While it may not be a competition like Guns & Hoses, any competition between cops and firefighters is always entertaining.
There's always some kind of friendly rivalry between firefighters and police departments. Whether it's a softball game, Guns & Hoses, or just the random smack-talking, cops and firefighters always go back and forth as to which department is better. That's no different when it comes to what is going on in Boonville, Indiana. The police department and fire department are going head to head in a competition that will help out a lot of folks in the community.
23rd Annual Free Community Thanksgiving Dinner
If you're going through some difficulties this year, you are far from alone. You might find it hard to be thankful this year, but here's something that you might be thankful for. The free community Thanksgiving dinner in Boonville will be coming up on Thanksgiving Day, November 23rd.
To request a free meal, simply call 812-641-1089 by Friday, November 17th.
It should be noted that the meals are provided for Warrick County residents only.
How You Can Help
In order for events like this to continue to serve our community, your help is needed. There are a few ways in which you can help with the Community Thanksgiving Dinner. The Free Community Thanksgiving Dinner committee is looking for individuals, businesses, churches, small groups, or organizations that would like to help with the Free Community Thanksgiving Dinner by donating food items, financial support, or volunteering.
Food donations can be dropped off at Save U More Market or the Boonville Walmart by Friday, November 17th. Some items that are needed include cans of green beans, corn, instant mashed potatoes, and boxes of Stove Top stuffing.
You can also donate a turkey to be prepared for these meals this year too. To donate a turkey call 812-217-8065 to arrange for a delivery time.
Finally, you can volunteer your time to help cook, prepare, and deliver these meals throughout the community this year. For information on how you can volunteer, click on the post below.
So what does all of that have to do with the police and fire department? Well, each department will be competing against each other for the most donations to the Community Thanksgiving Dinner. Which department will win? It's up to you to help support either the cops or the firefighters. You can check out the post below to find out how you can help with this fun competition.
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