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The Millville Volunteer Fire Company is hosting the first annual Outdoorsman Marketplace on January 12th. Benefiting the Millville Volunteer Fire Company to help raise money for a new fire hall. This is an outdoorsman show that is inside the fire hall, from 7 am to 3 pm on Saturday January 12th. There isn’t a rain date since it is indoors. They have a limited number of spaces available for all vendors in the outdoorsman arenas: Hunting, Fishing, Kayaking, Boating, Rv’s and much more. There will be a few craft vendors in the nautical arenas as well. Vendors will be able to set up on Friday the 11th starting at 11 AM to 8 PM. We would like to thank our sponsors to date: Millville Volunteer Fire Company, Hockers Superstore and Hardware, Tow Boat US Indian RIver, Bob’s Marine, and Delaware Surf Fishing. We have plenty of space for more sponsors just contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Entry fee for the public will be $3 to help raise money for a new fire hall. There will also be Chinese auctions, raffles, a 50/50, a gun(s) raffle, and food for sale by the Ladies Auxiliary. Raffle items will be donated from vendors and sponsors to help raise money for the Millville Volunteer Fire Company. Guns To Be Raffled … You have to know ahead of time that you will pass a background check to participate. Guns will be raffled by cards, 54 cards in the deck (jokers included) $20 per card. Some guns will be $10 per card. Guns are thru G & E Hardware and can be picked up from there the day after the event (sunday the 13th) for a period of time. There will be no cash equivalent, so the participants must be sure they can pass back ground check prior to participating in the raffle. Chances are nontransferable. All monies raised will benefit the Millville Volunteer Fire Company. Ruger 10/22 Mossberg 702/22 Mossberg 12 Ga pump Iver Johnson 20 ga Remington Versa 12 ga max Savage 220/20 bolt slug Harrington Richardson 12 CA slug single shot Harrington Richard 12 CA slug single shot We hope to see you there in January to help raise money for the Millville Volunteer Fire Company.