Flourtown Fire Company brought their 1936 “Little” Hahn to the Antique Muster at Station 82 to celebrate the return of Wyndmoor Hose Company’s 1958 “B” Model Mack.
On June 21st, Flourtown Fire Co. and their guests “Hit the Links” and had a day of fun, food, and prizes as they tested their skill against fellow firefighter/golfers.
After an early breakfast and the rules of the day were announced, a shotgun start @8:30am kicked-off the round of “better ball” golf, and 23 golfers embarked on a day of fun!
At the conclusion of the round, the Wyndmoor Hose Co. foursome had the lowest total score, winning the bragging rights for the day. However, there is always next time!
Jim Sarsfield, from the Wyndmoor Hose Company won a gift basket courtesy of the O’Towne Tavern for the “Longest Drive”.
Rob Brzezinski, from the Flourtown Fire Company won a Taylor-Made golf bag for getting “Closest to the Hole”.
Following lunch, there was a lottery for various prizes that included signed sports memorabilia from the Philadelphia Flyers, 76ers, and Phillies. Cuba Libre donated a $100 gift card for their restaurant, and there were various other prizes that were won as well.
Photos Courtesy of Bob Wilmot