Kim Washer distributes a fish sandwich and meal in the drive-through lane of the Fair Play Fire Company No. 1’s fundraising fish fry on Saturday in downtown Madison. The event, a Memorial Day Weekend tradition normally held in conjunction with the Old Court Days on the nearby Courthouse Square, was solo this year after the COVID-19 pandemic canceled Court Days but still drew a huge turnout for the fundraiser.
Kim Washer distributes a fish sandwich and meal in the drive-through lane of the Fair Play Fire Company No. 1’s fundraising fish fry on Saturday in downtown Madison. The event, a Memorial Day Weekend tradition normally held in conjunction with the Old Court Days on the nearby Courthouse Square, was solo this year after the COVID-19 pandemic canceled Court Days but still drew a huge turnout for the fundraiser.
People line up outside of Madison’s Fair Play Fire Company No. 1 on Saturday as part of the annual Memorial Day Weekend Fish Fry. The event, normally held in conjunction with the Old Court Days on the nearby Courthouse Square, was solo this year after the COVID-19 pandemic canceled Court Days but still drew a huge turnout for the fundraiser. “Our beautiful town of Madison blew Engine One out of the water. Thank you so much for your support. We try hard to serve our community and today our community showed us that they appreciate what we do. We had a great fish fry. THANK YOU,” the department posted on its Facebook page.