A Lincoln City tradition since 1958, North Lincoln Fire Rescue, its annual Ham Dinner on Sunday lays out a spread of all-you-can-eat ham dinners that feature mash potatoes and gravy, coleslaw, dinner rolls, dessert and beverage. But more than that, they lay out a presentation on fire safety around homes and businesses, how to prepare and cope with a tsunami and how to intelligently have a great safe time at the beach. They might even convince you to sign up to become a Community Emergency Response Team member!
Proceeds from Sunday’s Ham Dinner go for a variety of things firefighters need to keep us all safe and to better serve the community, including equipment for the fire trucks like “Jaws of Life” gear to get people out of wrecks if the doors don’t work, and thermal imaging devices to track down the last vestiges of a fire to make sure they’re dead, dead out.
Ham Dinner to benefit the community! All day Sunday at Taft High.