A Family Tradition

Firefighters Carry On Event Once Run By Their Parents

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Posted: July 20, 2013

Rides spin during the Bridgewater Lawn Party Friday. This is the 76th year of the event but the 75th anniversary of the Bridgewater Volunteer Fire Company, which counts on the party for much of its budget. (Photos by Jason Lenhart)
Paul Little with the ACCA Temple Mini Patrol performs with fellow drivers during the annual Bridgewater Lawn Party firefighters parade on Friday night.
Catherine Airey watches the firefighters parade with her 15-month-old son, Cash (left), and 4-year-old nephew, Wyatt Lam, Friday night along Main Street.
A half-scale replica of an early 1900s steam tractor gives rides, powered completely by turn of the 20th century steam technology, on Friday at the Bridgewater Lawn Party.
BRIDGEWATER — For Bridgewater Volunteer Fire Company members, their annual Lawn Party fundraiser is something that runs in the family.
 
To several of the members, that means more than just...


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