Rural fire department planning activities for flea market

September 6, 2018

STEELE CITY – Endicott Volunteer Rural Fire Department has two activities planned during the Steele City Flea Market on Sept. 15.

The Fire Department will hold a Corn Hole Tournament starting at 10 a.m. at the basketball courts in the park. Registration begins at 9:30 a.m. Adam D’Angelo is in charge and he can be reached at 402-587-1055 and Ian McCown at 402-239-0788.

The Rural Fire Department will also be holding a Street Dance and Beer Garden from 7:30 to 11 p.m. in the city park. The “Rewind Party Band” from Marysville, Kansas, will provide the music for the event. “Rewind Party Band” is a well known group that plays Country and Rock Music. In case of inclement weather the department will move the dance inside. Be sure to attend regardless of the weather.

Proceeds will help support and improve fire department. Steele City – Endicott Rural has many young members in the department. Be sure to attend Rain or Stars.

Historical society makes plans for Tractors and Treasures

Plans are underway by the Jefferson County Historical Society to host the 48th annual Tractors and Treasures, Flea Market and Tractor Show, Sept. 15 and 16. The Historical Society has plans to have some of the building open for tours through-out both days. At this time, the Bank, Blacksmith Shop, and Stable will be available to the public.

During the two-day event demonstrations will be held conducted by the Society. The Sawmill, Shingle-mill, and Blacksmith Shop will all have demonstrations and Society hopes to have more by the weekend. There will also be live music at the old gas station by the Iowa group Down Home. Mule Team Wagon Rides will be held in the downtown area. Several vendors are signed up for the Flea Market and more are welcome. The Jefferson County Historical Society would like to invite everyone to Steele City for the weekend. All of the events sponsored by the Historical Society are free to the public.

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