Cigar Night fundraiser planned for Apshawa Fire Company

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The Apshawa Volunteer Fire Company will be hosting a Cigar Night on Saturday, June 15 from 6-8 p.m. at its firehouse located at 666 Macopin Road in West Milford.

Tickets to attend are $20 per person, and includes 1 cigar and bar-b-que dinner (BYOB).

There will be cigars for sale from The Mobile Cigar Lounge.

The Mobile Cigar Lounge is led by a highly experienced and motivated team that is comprised of military veteran entrepreneurs.

The bar-b-que dinner will be provided by Uncle Joe’s 5-Star Bar-B-Que of Branchville, serving authentic Southern Style Smoked Bar-B-Que.

Raffle tickets will be available for purchase; for a chance to win Casa de Montecristo Cigar School - for up to six people.

During the school, attendees will learn to talk tobacco and the technique of evaluation and grading cigars.

You'll also meet certified cigar experts, receive two complimentary cigars, educational material and a light refreshment, a $200 Value, for a $5.00 per chance ticket.

The raffle drawing will be at 7:45 p.m., and the winner need not be present to win.

Apshawa Volunteer Fire Company is one of six volunteer fire companies.

Since 1945, it has provided emergency services, in West Milford, as well as, providing mutual aid to surrounding communities.

Using teamwork and resources provided by its supporters, the squad is dedicated to protecting life and property with professionally trained personnel, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

It also fosters fire safety education and prevention programs, within the community.

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