Kitrell Volunteer Fire Department's Country Ham Breakfast

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KVF's Andy Masterson (Photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) Eddie Jernigan and KVF's George Curray (Photo by Frank Caperton)
Former MED GM Larry Kirk (Photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) KVF's Chandler Gerber, Shane Hardee (Photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) KVF Chief Joe Finney, Patti and Jim Coe (Photo by Frank Caperton)
Rutherford County Deputy Mayor Steve Sandlin (Photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) Assessor of Property Rob Mitchell and Robert Stroop (Photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) Rutherford County Historian Greg Tucker and grandchild (Photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) County Mayor Bill Ketron, Ed Elam, (far right) Deputy Mayor Steve Sandlin (Photo by Frank Caperton)
(Photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) Robert Stroop, 30+ year former sheriff and current WGNS Talk Host Truman Jones (Photo by Frank Caperton)
(L-R) KVF's George Curray and Commissioner Robert Peay (Photo by Frank Caperton)

(MURFREESBORO) This was the third Saturday of the month and more than 200 supporters showed-up at the Kittrell Volunteer Fire Department for their legendary country ham breakfast.

The Country Ham Breakfast helps support a remarkable group of dedicated volunteers who work to make safety their top priority. The Country Ham Breakfast also preserves a 'sense of community' so many communities lack in today's fast-paced life.

The Kittrell Volunteer Fire Department (District 17) was founded by charter in 1990 by members of the Kittrell and Readyville communities. Fire service at that time was provided by the Rutherford Volunteer Fire Department. While being an outstanding fire department in itself, the RVFD was simply too far away from the Kittrell area to provide adequate fire protection to the community.

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The Kittrell Volunteer Fire Department went into operation based out of the old Kittrell School shop building (Station 1).

The Kittrell Volunteer Fire Department's Country Ham Breakfast helps support a remarkable group of dedicated volunteers who work to make safety their top priority. It also preserves a 'sense of community' so many communities lack in today's fast-paced life.

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The third Saturday in February is on the fifteenth, which brings another opportunity to enjoy country ham, sausage, eggs, pancakes, country biscuits and all the trimmings--plus unlimited fellowship.Admission is $10 for Adults, and $5 for Children. The fire hall is at 8067 Old Woodbury Highway.

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