James Wheeler (8/1/2016)
Do you have a working fire extinguisher in your residence?
SANTA IS COMING TO TOWN!!! SATURDAY December 21st starting at 10:00AM, Santa and his crew will be leaving the Swoope Volunteer Fire Company and coming to YOUR neighborhood. Below is the order in which we will visit. PLEASE SHARE THIS POST!!!
10:00AM- Leave Swoope Volunteer Fire Company
Frog Pond Rd. to Morris Mill Rd. (U-Turn)
Elliott St./Bartley St./Linden St.
Cedar Green Rd.
William Cousins Rd.
Westview (Parkersburg Tpke.)
Trinity Point Rd.
Morris Mill Rd.
Belle Vista Subdivision
Apple Hill Estates (Rome Ave., Stayman Ln.)
Nature Trail Ln.
Bon Lea Dr.
Shutterlee Mill Rd.
Farmington Estates Subdivision
Baldwin Lane Subdivision
Shutterlee Mill Lane
Any questions please comment below or send us a message. SHARE SHARE SHARE... Thank you and MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!
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SANTA IS COMING TO TOWN!!! SATURDAY December 21st starting at 10:00AM, Santa and his crew will be leaving the Swoope Volunteer Fire Company and coming to YOUR neighborhood. Below is the order in which we will visit. PLEASE SHARE THIS POST!!!10:00AM- Leave Swoope Volunteer Fire CompanyFrog Pond Rd. to Morris Mill Rd. (U-Turn)Sage Rd.Elliott St./Bartley St./Linden St.Blackburn SubdivisionCedar Green Rd.William Cousins Rd.Parkersburg Tpke.Abbington Rd.Westview (Parkersburg Tpke.)Trinity Point Rd.Mo...
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