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Tyrrell firefighters announce barbecue dinner, bulk sales event

“It’s almost time for some of that good ole TVFD Firehouse Barbecue!” Joie Spencer, Tyrrell Volunteer Fire Department spokesman, has announced.

Plates and five-pound buckets of pork barbecue will be available beginning at 11 a.m. on May 5 in the Columbia Fire Station at 618 North Road Street.

Preorders for the buckets are being taken now. “Contact any TVFD member or send us a message on Facebook to place your order,” he said.

Plates will contain two sides and bread; desserts prepared by the TVFD Women Auxiliary will be available too.

The fire station’s large dining room will be open for those who choose to eat in and take-out orders will be filled in the convenient indoor drive through area.

Plates are $8 each and the five-pound buckets are $40, preorder only.

The meals will be cooked and prepared by the members of Tyrrell Volunteer Fire Department.

“Place your bulk order now and mark your calendar for May 5 to enjoy some more of that TVFD barbecue that has gained such a high reputation,” Spencer invited. “Thanks for your support of the Tyrrell Volunteer Fire Department!”

Tyrrell Volunteer Fire Department is a private, nonprofit organization that maintains and operates six stations under contracts with the Town of Columbia and Tyrrell County.

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