Fireman’s Day features parade, Brunswick stew
Posted on September 27, 2021
Updated on September 30, 2021
Amanda Dixon | For Wide Awake
Local kids ride atop a Creedmoor firetruck during the 2019 Fireman's Day parade. This year's event is Oct. 9.
Creedmoor Volunteer Fire Department will be holding its annual Fireman’s Day fundraiser and celebration Oct. 9.
There will be a parade held on Main Street at 1 p.m. and a Brunswick stew sale to follow.
Most sales are by pre-order, but there will be limited stew for sale after the parade, as well as “I Support CVFD” T-shirts for $20.
Donations and support are welcomed.
Contact Carl Horgaard at 919-368-6470 with questions.
Fireman’s Day is a tradition in Creedmoor that dates back to Oct. 14, 1959. The annual event is held the second Saturday in October.
All funds raised support the fire department in its day-to-day operations. The funds also pay for new equipment, training and general expenses, according to the town’s website.
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