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26th Annual WRTFD Strawberry Festival

Originally beginning 26 years ago as a small one-day community event, the White River Township FD (WRTFD) Strawberry Festival has grown into a two-day family friendly event with food, kids activities plus emergency and safety demonstrations. Its held every year at the Sugar Grove Elementary School, on the corner of Smith Valley Road and Berry Road in Greenwood. Highlights include a display of the department’s apparatus, finishing with a vehicle extrication demonstration by the WRTDFD including a mock airlift of the victims by the Indiana University Health LifeLine helicopter. Family friendly activities consist of face painting, a bounce house and more. Members of the Mid-State Amateur Radio Club participate every year on Saturday of the event with an amateur radio demonstration station for the public to stop by and find out about amateur radio. Check us out! In addition to strawberry shortcakes, the WRTFD Firefighters, EMT/Paramedics and staff will be grilling hamburgers, hotdogs, corn on the cob, rib-eye sandwiches and more. Entry is free of charge and meals or strawberry shortcakes are available for purchase with cash. Festival Hours: Friday, June 8th starting at 12 pm - 10pm and Saturday, June 9th from 10 am then closing with a fireworks show Saturday after sunset.  See their flyer below.

 

Strawberry Festival 2017

White River Township FD Strawberry Fest

What began 25 years ago as a small one-day community event has grown into a major two-day event with food, fireworks, and emergency and safety demonstrations. The festival is held every year at the Sugar Grove Elementary School on the corner of Berry Road and Smith Valley Road in Greenwood.  This year’s highlights include a display of the department’s apparatus, fireworks Saturday evening, vehicle extrication demonstration with the Indiana University Health Life Line helicopter, and much more. In addition to strawberry shortcakes, the WRTFD firefighters, EMTs, paramedics, and staff will be selling hamburgers, hotdogs, corn, rib-eye sandwiches, and more. Food and drinks are available for purchase with cash. All events are free. More information can be found on WRTFD's website: www.wrtfd.org.

Festival Hours: Friday, June 9th starting at 12 pm - 10pm and Saturday, June 10th from 9 am - 10:30 pm.  See their poster below. 

Members of the Mid-State Amateur Radio Club participate every year on Saturday of the event with an amateur radio demonstration station for the public to stop by and find out about amateur radio. Check us out!

 

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MIDSTATE AMATEUR RADIO CLUB   P.O. BOX 836   FRANKLIN, INDIANA 46131

 

Founded in 1984.  MARC is an ARRL Affiliated Club.

 

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