After some discussion, the Albion Volunteer Fire Department has decided to go ahead and hold our annual fish fry, on Wednesday, June 10th. The fish fry, a decades long fund raising tradition for the AFD, is normally held on the Wednesday of the Chain O' Lakes Festival. Although the Festival was canceled this year due to the coronavirus situation, AFD members decided to go ahead with their event on a limited basis.
This year's fish fry will be a take-out only event, to avoid having a large number of people gathered together. That means it can't be all-you-can-eat. There is also a change in the menu, as the firefighters usually serve tenderloin, but that's coming up short this year due to pandemic-related meat supply shortages. Chicken will be the other meat served, instead.
Prices are $11.00 for adults, and $7.00 for children, and the event runs from 4:40-7:30 p.m. at the firehouse, at 210 Fire Station Drive.
So join us on June 10th--at least for a little while--on a drive-up and carry out basis. We hope to see you there!
|Funds raised go to such areas as firefighter training, not to mention the equipment they train with.|