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Oshkosh Volunteer Fire Department Annual Pancake

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Event Details

The food is delicious, and all you can eat. Pancakes, eggs, sausage, juice
and coffee. There will be a fire extinguisher and a smoke detector raffled off. 5:00 to 7:00 pm.

The proceeds from the pancake supper are used to provide materials and
supplies for our firefighters that are not covered under departmental
budgets.

Oshkosh Volunteer Fire Department Annual Pancake

Address : Oshkosh City Auditorium Oshkosh NE

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Admission Fee : Minimal Fee

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