Seriously...who isn’t a fan of breakfast for supper? If you’re in the mood for the morning meal in the evening, you won’t have to wait too long.
On Saturday, March 23, the Nolan Volunteer Fire Department will be having a pancake supper fundraiser. The event will be held at the Nolan/Divide Community Center from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
There is no set cost for the meal, as donations will be accepted. All of the items used during the pancake supper will be donated by Dewayne Morgan, and 100% of the funds raised from the dinner will be used for the construction of a new fire station.
According to Johnny Ussery, the fire chief of the Nolan VFD, the current station is antiquated and very small, resulting in a cramped space. No heaters are installed, which prevents from winter protection of the vehicles and equipment.
Ussery said that the new station would have heating to keep the building warm and insulated, while making it a more modern and roomier facility.
For more information on the Nolan Volunteer Fire Department’s pancake supper fundraiser, contact Ussery at 660-8731.