Sunday, January 16 2022

MARK NANCE / Sun-Gazette Members of the Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company throw a trailer full of pumpkins atop West Houston Avenue in Montgomery during its annual pumpkin roll on Saturday. The event was part of the Fire Company’s annual craft fair. Attendees pay $ 5.00 for a numbered pumpkin at the craft fair, and then the pumpkins were thrown from a trailer atop West Houston Avenue. The pumpkin that rolls the furthest down the street and its sponsor won $ 200, with cash prizes lower from second to tenth. The craft fair and event is a fundraiser for the Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company.

Members of the Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company dropped a trailer full of pumpkins atop West Houston Avenue in Montgomery during its annual Pumpkin Roll on Saturday. The event was part of the Fire Company’s annual craft fair. Attendees pay $ 5 for a numbered pumpkin at the craft fair, and then the pumpkins were thrown from a trailer at the top of West Houston Avenue. The furthest rolling pumpkin down the street and its sponsor took home $ 200, with cash prizes second to tenth lower. The craft fair and event is a fundraiser for the Montgomery Volunteer Fire Company.

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