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Oden/Pencil Bluff VFD annual fish fry fundraiser canceled

The ODEN-PENCIL BLUFF VFD is sad to announce that we will not be having our annual Fish Fry this month.

They shared in a recent statement that they felt that the community’s safety is more important. They will reevaluate having the fish fry in early spring if possible. Please know that they appreciate your support of the fire department and are still here for your emergencies.

They are working on fire due statements for the Oden/Pencil Bluff residents that will be sent out in October.

The dues are $35 for each physical address and are due on November 1st. They try to get them out to each address, but sometimes some are missed. If you would like to send your dues the mailing address is:

Oden-Pencil Bluff VFD P.O. Box 92 Oden, AR. 71961

 

Thank you for your continuing support

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