Over 40 Years of Fire Protection ~ Rescue ~ Emergency Medical Services
Contact: Lana Weeks, LanabytheC@aol.com
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: September 20, 2017
Big Sur Volunteer Fire Brigade is Being Honored Saturday October 21 at Rancho Grande in Big Sur
Big Sur, CA – The Big Sur Volunteer Fire Brigade (BSVFB) is being honored Saturday, October 21, 2017 at 2:00 pm at Rancho Grande in Big Sur. The event honors the firefighters for their time, talent, and passion for helping others. BSVFB was instrumental in helping to build the Pfeiffer Canyon Bypass Trail this winter on top of their fire protection, rescue and emergency medical services.
Food for the event will be created by Executive Chef Paul Corsentino of Ventana Big Sur and wine will be provided by Steve McIntyre of McIntyre Vineyards. The program begins at 3:30 pm with Masters of Ceremony Chief Emeritus Frank Pinney and John Handy.
Tickets are $100 per person and are limited. All proceeds benefit the Volunteer Fire Brigade.
The mission of the Big Sur Volunteer Fire Brigade is to provide dependable fire protection and emergency services for Big Sur with teamwork, respect and integrity. The Big Sur Volunteer Fire Brigade was formed in 1974 to provide structure fire protection for the residents and businesses in the Big Sur area. The Brigade now provides both structure and wildland fire protection, along with rescue and emergency medical response for the Big Sur community and its over 4 million annual visitors. The Brigade remains an all-volunteer company, with about 20 members, responding to an area which covers almost 60 miles of coastline along Highway One.
Fire and Rain
An event honoring The Big Sur Volunteer Fire Brigade
Saturday, October 21, 2017 2:00 pm
Rancho Grande, Big Sur
$100 per person
Tickets, log on to: bigsurfire.bpt.me or call Brown Paper Tickets at 1-800-838-3006