MF Fire Rescue hosts Pink Out contests, music and festivities Sept. 12

Contributed/Marble Falls Fire Rescue

 

Special to The Highlander

Marble Falls Fire Rescue is asking the community to help fight for funds, education and awareness for those in the community who have been affected by all forms of cancer.

This year all proceeds will benefit Fighting for Gold, a local non-profit organization within our community that helps family's that have a child who has cancer.

This year's event will feature a Mr./Ms Pink Out 2019 competition, the best Pinked Out business contest and live music by the Queen of Texas Country Music Pauline Reese.

Reese will be performing with her band live in historic downtown Marble Falls. Come hang out on Thursday, Sept. 12 from 5:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the 300 block of Main Street.

Other activities include a pageant and cake walk, and on the following day Friday, Sept. 13, local first responders will escort an display a pink fire truck as well as visit and show support for community members who have battled cancer. Click here to see the schedule of events.

Don’t forget to fill out the participation form for the contests and send it to lcourtney@marblefallstx.gov before noon on Wednesday, Sept. 11 (an extended deadline). Click here for a copy of the form. To find out more, call the fire department at 830-693-4060.

 

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