According to Wayne Township Fire Rescue Fire Chief Chris Wysong, the turnout was great, and they sold out of fish twice. The event was from noon to 5 p.m. but by 4:10, the baked beans, potato salad and some of the sodas were sold out.

According to Wayne Township Fire Rescue Fire Chief Chris Wysong, the turnout was great, and they sold out of fish twice. The event was from noon to 5 p.m. but by 4:10, the baked beans, potato salad and some of the sodas were sold out.


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During last Saturday’s Wayne Township Fire Association fish fry, funds were also collected for MDA Fill the Boot, in partnership with local “X-Man” team. Pictured are Wayne Township Fire Rescue Fire Chief Chris Wysong (left) and “X-Man” team member Wayne Turner (right).


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The Wayne Township Fire Association held its third-annual fish fry last Saturday. Chris Wysong, fire chief of Wayne Township Fire Rescue, explained, “we maintained a safe event with the drive-thru and seating options. We are grateful for all the support from the community. Our members work tirelessly to serve the community every day. They never hesitate to lend a helping hand for those in need, and this event showed them all how much the community appreciates us. We will use the funds raised to help with small equipment, uniforms and training support. We love what we do and our community.“


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According to Wayne Township Fire Rescue Fire Chief Chris Wysong, the turnout was great, and they sold out of fish twice. The event was from noon to 5 p.m. but by 4:10, the baked beans, potato salad and some of the sodas were sold out.

During last Saturday’s Wayne Township Fire Association fish fry, funds were also collected for MDA Fill the Boot, in partnership with local “X-Man” team. Pictured are Wayne Township Fire Rescue Fire Chief Chris Wysong (left) and “X-Man” team member Wayne Turner (right).

The Wayne Township Fire Association held its third-annual fish fry last Saturday. Chris Wysong, fire chief of Wayne Township Fire Rescue, explained, “we maintained a safe event with the drive-thru and seating options. We are grateful for all the support from the community. Our members work tirelessly to serve the community every day. They never hesitate to lend a helping hand for those in need, and this event showed them all how much the community appreciates us. We will use the funds raised to help with small equipment, uniforms and training support. We love what we do and our community.“

According to Wayne Township Fire Rescue Fire Chief Chris Wysong, the turnout was great, and they sold out of fish twice. The event was from noon to 5 p.m. but by 4:10, the baked beans, potato salad and some of the sodas were sold out.
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/10/web1_fish-fry-wayne.jpgAccording to Wayne Township Fire Rescue Fire Chief Chris Wysong, the turnout was great, and they sold out of fish twice. The event was from noon to 5 p.m. but by 4:10, the baked beans, potato salad and some of the sodas were sold out. Courtesy photos

During last Saturday’s Wayne Township Fire Association fish fry, funds were also collected for MDA Fill the Boot, in partnership with local “X-Man” team. Pictured are Wayne Township Fire Rescue Fire Chief Chris Wysong (left) and “X-Man” team member Wayne Turner (right).
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/10/web1_fish-fry-boot-chief-and-mda.jpgDuring last Saturday’s Wayne Township Fire Association fish fry, funds were also collected for MDA Fill the Boot, in partnership with local “X-Man” team. Pictured are Wayne Township Fire Rescue Fire Chief Chris Wysong (left) and “X-Man” team member Wayne Turner (right). Courtesy photos

The Wayne Township Fire Association held its third-annual fish fry last Saturday. Chris Wysong, fire chief of Wayne Township Fire Rescue, explained, “we maintained a safe event with the drive-thru and seating options. We are grateful for all the support from the community. Our members work tirelessly to serve the community every day. They never hesitate to lend a helping hand for those in need, and this event showed them all how much the community appreciates us. We will use the funds raised to help with small equipment, uniforms and training support. We love what we do and our community.“
https://www.recordherald.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/27/2020/10/web1_fish-fry-firetrucks.jpgThe Wayne Township Fire Association held its third-annual fish fry last Saturday. Chris Wysong, fire chief of Wayne Township Fire Rescue, explained, “we maintained a safe event with the drive-thru and seating options. We are grateful for all the support from the community. Our members work tirelessly to serve the community every day. They never hesitate to lend a helping hand for those in need, and this event showed them all how much the community appreciates us. We will use the funds raised to help with small equipment, uniforms and training support. We love what we do and our community.“ Courtesy photos