VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER Tom Anderson, 54, of Diamond Springs, stands by the fishing boat that will be won by a lucky ticket holder during the Diamond Springs/El Dorado Firefighters' Association Annual Labor Day Bazaar on Monday, Sept. 5. A 50 inch television is also one of the prizes. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene

VOLUNTEER FIREFIGHTER - Tom Anderson, 54, of Diamond Springs stands next to a bass fishing boat to be raffled off at the Firefighter's Labor Day Bazaar, at Station 49 in Diamond Springs. Anderson organizes a Labor Day Bazaar and pancake breakfast featuring local vendors and raffle prizes including a 50 inch television. Democrat photo by Shelly Thorene


Labor Day Bazaar brings it together

By From page B1 | August 30, 2011

With live music, a pancake breakfast, prizes and numerous vendors selling anything from crafts to potato chips, some may find it hard to believe that this large event was once just a smaller community rummage sale.

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