River’s End Fire Dept. Fundraiser

River’s End Volunteer Fire Department Cooks

The tenth annual River’s End Volunteer Fire Department BBQ Cook-off fund raiser will be held May 3 – 4, 2013 at 12070 F.M. 2918. R.E.V.F.D. invites the public to come down for the food and family fun. Some of the best cookers on the Gulf Coast will be there!

Everyone is invited to join in the full weekend of fun and good food for a good cause. Saturday, May 4, activities include a silent auction, the cook-off contest judging (starting at noon) and a BBQ plate lunch (brisket, sausage, potato salad, beans and a drink) available for $10.00 from 11:30 a.m. until the food is gone. To go plates will be available. There will also be a raffle drawing for a 20’ aluminum flag pole with a 3’ x 5’ flag donated by Rick Gardner of Gardner & Martin, a $200.00 Walmart “anything” gift card, a $200.00 Academy gift card, or a custom mystery piece of jewelry from Kenzie and Co. Chances for the drawing will be available up until the drawing for a $5.00 each or 5 for $20.00. All events happen rain or shine.

Cook-off teams can still enter but their entry forms must be received before they start cooking. The entry fee is $35.00 per category entry (categories being brisket, ribs, chicken, beef fajitas and beans). Moon walks will be available for children all day Saturday– weather permitting.

For entry forms and more information, visit www.revfd.com or call Tracy Woodall at 979-482-4636, Frank Jones at 979-308-6931 Darrell Powell at (979) 964-4028.

About MikeH

Texas hunter and fisherman for 50 years, published outdoor writer since 1979, licensed charter boat operator from 1982 to 2013. Past Member, Board of Directors, National Association of Charterboat Operators, current member Environmental Advisory Committee to the DOE and the Strategic Petroleum Reserve. Married to Dorothy since 2000, one son, Michael who is recently married and living in Nederland, Texas. My wife and I live in Oyster Creek, Texas, near Freeport, and have a hunting property outside of Brazoria, Texas.
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