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A sold-out crowd enjoys a crab feast that benefits the Peninsula Firemen's Association. Photo by Gregg Scott

Sold-out event benefits Peninsula Fire

By Gregg Scott

Staff Writer

 

Yes, Virginia, there is a King Crab, or at least a multitude of Dungeness Crabs willing to make a multitude of Chester/Lake Almanor folks feel fantastic with an evening of fun, food and fine fellowship.  Saturday, Feb. 5, was the evening and the Peninsula Firemen’s Association was the host of a terrific evening at the Clifford Clubhouse Café in the Lake Almanor Country Club.

The night’s activities featured an all the crab you can eat dinner with salad, dessert by Patty Cakes, a silent auction and drawing for a myriad of prizes. The tickets for the event sold out so fast the committee decided to also have a “pick-up” dinner available for those on the waiting list. All proceeds go to the Peninsula Firemen’s Association.

 

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