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Allenton Volunteer Fire Department thanks community with weeknight parades May 16-18 | By Ron Naab

Washington County, WI – Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) week is coming up and the Allenton Volunteer Fire Department will be thanking the community for everything that has been done to support the EMS services provided by the Allenton Volunteer Fire Department, especially in these last few difficult years.
The Allenton Fire Department (AFD) will be showing its gratitude for community support throughout the week of May 16 through May 20 with a nightly parade, Monday through Wednesday through sections of the EMS protection area.

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Ron Naab, AFD volunteer said, “The AFD is planning to leave the station shortly after 5:30 p.m. to take some of their apparatus through the following areas:
“On Monday, May 16 we will go out to HWY 144 and go through the subdivision on Maple Ridge and Cedar Lake Drive and then down Cedar View to the subdivision on Hickory Knoll, Debbie, Cheryl, and Lois Lane and then down Cedar View to Fieldcrest and Woodcrest Drive and return to AFD.
“On Tuesday, May 17 we will go through Allenton, up to Hilltop, and back into town through the subdivision off Hwy 33 and then up to Third Street around through Second and First Streets. From there we are going to head out to Marshview Drive and Limestone Dr. and up to St. Lawrence. and then come back along Hwy 175.
“On Wednesday, May 18 we will go out to Nabob and go through the subdivision on Glenview Parkway and then down Hillcrest to West Linden Drive and go through that subdivision and then return to the station.”
In appreciation, each parade day there will be a small giveaway to all who come out in support.
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