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VFD Fundraiser - Heaters, Warm Beverages and Paved Parking
Posted October 19, 2018

The WBVFD Barbecue and Street Dance will be held Saturday, October 20th 5:00-9:00 p.m. RAIN OR SHINE.

Due to the rain, we have made a few changes for parking.   Our normal parking area will be too wet, so this year parking will be at the Chapel. You may drop off your passengers in front of the firehouse and park at the Chapel.  There are a few golf carts to shuttle our guests between the Chapel and the firehouse. 

HANDICAPPED parking is available in front of the POA Admin building. 

If you want to have your dinner to go, parallel parking is available in front of the firehouse between the “TO GO” signs.

There is seating available inside in the vehicle bays.  We are adding a propane heater in case of cooler weather and warm beverages such as coffee.

If you have not purchased your ticket yet, you may purchase a ticket at the door.  Prices are $20 a person.

This is an awesome community, and we really appreciate the Chapel and the POA allowing WBVFD usage of their property for our event.  We hope to see you at the Barbecue!!


WB VFD Fundraiser Featured Auction Items
Posted October 9, 2018

As usual, the WB VFD fundraiser on October 20 will include a raffle and auction. This year in particular there are some outstanding items that will be available for auction.

  • Guided fishing trip for 4 on Lake Whitney
  • Guided fishing trip for 2 on Lake Whitney
  • Four rounds of golf
  • Handcrafted leather bible cover with Bible
  • Limited edition prints from Whitney resident and nationally-known artist Robert Fobear whose works are sold at Southwest Galleries in Dallas (click on images to enlarge)
    • Framed goose print normally retails for $1200
    • Smaller framed print with seagull normally retails for $600
    • Two matted, unframed prints normally retail for $250 each





Electronics Recycling
Posted October 9, 2018

WBVFD will again offer as a benefit to White Bluff residents the transport of electronic items to Hilco for recycling. A list of acceptable items is in the flyer that was included with last month's Hilco bill.

The WBVFD offers this service twice a year to coincide with Hilco's program. You may bring your items to the fire station at any time between October 14 and October 23 and place them by the flag pole. The items will be taken inside the building each evening. If you need assistance with getting an item to the fire station, email Guin McGinnis or call him at 694-2187.

Please have your items at the fire station prior to October 23.

Note: Hilco does not accept loose batteries for recycling, but both Home Depot and Lowes accept Lithion Ion batteries at their Customer Service desks.


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Last updated on October 19, 2018