Firehouse Road Rally Fund-raiser Postponed Until Late October

June 30, 1991|By Melanie Waddell | Melanie Waddell,Contributing writer

The Bel Air Volunteer Fire Company's "Firehouse Road Rally," a fund-raiser scheduled for yesterday, has been postoned until late October for lack of entrants.

The road rally had five entries as of last week. But between 60 and 80 entries are needed to cover organizationalcosts, said Peter Caudill, a fire department member and mechanic at Auto Village in Bel Air.

A new date will be announced later, said Caudill.

The first-time rally would raise money for the Bel Air Fire Department. The entrance fee is $25. If 80 entries were received it would raise $2,000.

Motorists would race a designated course in northern Harford and Baltimore counties. Participants would follow directions provided by therally master. To win, competitors would have to find specific markers along the route, such as fire engines and ambulances, and they would have to properly guess the total mileage of the course.

Prizes would be awarded to the top finishers. Refreshments would be provided by the Bel Air Fire Department's Ladies Auxiliary.

Teams need two members -- a driver and navigator.

Application are available from Brian Melani or Peter Caudill at 838-5151 or 879-9088.

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