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BAVFD 2013 Chili Supper - It's all about a safer S. Adair

2013-10-06 - 290 Fire Station Lane, Breeding KY - Photo by Ed Waggener. These three pieces of firefighting apparatus are just a small part of the super-well equipped Breeding Area Fire Department's inventory of modern equipment. (See Apparatus at the BAVFD website). Though most of these have come through grantsmanship of the first order - Chili Suppers and Fish Fries aren't the main source of big ticket items - the social events are a big part of giving the organization a margin of financial advantage, give a chance to showcase progress, and underpin the social strengths of a thriving rural America small community. Even without those attributes, perhaps the best thing for casual chili supper goers the event earns the ultimate Adair County accolade, "A good time was had by all." - EW. PS - The impact of the scene enhanced by the firehouse's location to the highest point in Adair County, as suggested in
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