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60’s-70’s teen idol Bobby Sherman


posed for pictures as he does every year and a bunch of regular fire guys (and ladies too) showed up hoping to throw a few rocks. Ray Keene from FS 68 showed off his yank shot while Alex Molina (High Rise) rolled a few puddles. S&M’s Wade White left a few bed posts and 93’s Dan Curry had some problems with a railroad or two. Retired guy Pat Perry displayed his skill with the pumpkin and Bob Clark (also retired) was hoping for a blowout but had to settle for grandma’s teeth. The sand- baggers from Fire Station 82 came as a team – Doug Collins, Ryan Guzman, Chris Dupertuis and Brandon Kroner – and ended up with more flat balls and buzzards than breaks. Keenan Porche and LAFRA Trustee


Doak Smith presented Gary Montgomery and staff with a custom made Fire Axe (created by Jason Knight) for all the time, energy and ef-


fort they put into pulling off the event. After the presentation Montgomery remarked, “With the large amounts of people coming through our establishment for just the usual recreation all the time, we thought it might be nice to get involved with what we saw as a worthy cause, and that’s why we chose to help out the Wid- ows and Orphans Fund.” Gary and Rose were also responsible for procuring a number of cool auction items: • A firefighter helmet with Simpsons auto- graphs and cartoons, along with the script and DVD of the 500th episode. • 2 VIP tickets to Ray Romano’s performance at the Mirage in Vegas including a meet and greet • LA Racing which included a 1 hour class, suiting up and driving 20 laps • An assortment of Dodgers and Kings tickets


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