Sunday September 27, 20159 AM until 3 PM One of Western Pennsylvania’s largest and longest running train shows. Nearly 60 tables with trains of all scales, toys and many other railroad items.
Lunch, beverages and snacks available.
Modular layout on display.
Admission: $4 for adultsKids under 12, emergency services personnel, and active duty military personnel free!
All proceeds benefit the Adamsburg and Community Volunteer Fire Department
Adamsburg Fire Department Craft and Vendor Show
Saturday, October 17, 2015 8am – 3pm
This one day event requires a table rental fee of $20 or $25 depending on electricity requirements.
Early registration is recommended due to the availability of space. It is first come, first serve.
We will not rent tables to duplicate businesses.
However, we may rent tables to the same types of products:
i.e., we may have Avon and Mary Kay, but not two of the same.
We accept cash or checks.
Checks should be made payable to Adamsburg Fire Department.
The deadline for registration is October 1, 2015.
A donation to the Chinese Auction (with your business card attached) is requested.
Thank you in advance for your donation! Set up will be on October 17 at 6:30 am.
Please contact Lorre Begonia with any questions or for further details.
Contact information is 724-523-9229 or our E-mail: email@example.com
Craft Show Registration Form
On June 7th the ACVFD conducted a HAZMAT drill on a local farm in our first due. Firefighters used continuing in house training along with classroom training to identify a potential issue at a local farm. A commonly used chemical to fertilize farm land was the target of the drill. Firefighters from the ACVFD, Strawpump, Westmoreland City, Herminie, and High Park VFD came together to rescue a victim caught in a simulated chemical leak. These firefighters along with the Westmoreland County Hazmat Team, Murrysville Medic One Support Unit, Rescue 14 EMS, North Huntingdon EMS, Hempfield Township Emergency Management Team worked for 3 hours to successfully complete the simulation.
Tribune Review Article
Chief Thoma and the ACVFD would like to thank the Farm Owner for providing the opportunity for us to train. We would also like to thank all of the Firefighters, EMS Crews, the Hazmat Team and all other agencies involved for taking time to train and hone their skills with us.
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