04/14/11 172 W, 2 I - + 5 - 3 Raleigh-Durham Airport Firefighters Bake Winning Cookies

Lee Wilson took this fleet photo yesterday at the Raleigh-Durham International Airport fire station, for the occasion of a lunch and plaque presentation to "C" shift firefighters. They won a cookie contest recently conducted as part of a meal delivered to the North Carolina Jaycee Burn Center in Chapel Hill on Friday, March 18. The lasagna lunch was delivered by the Raleigh Fire Department and funded by the Wake County Chapter of the North Carolina Firefighters' Burned Children Fund.

Lee Wilson photo

The event included a contest, with twelve different kinds of cookies or desserts baked by members of Raleigh, Knightdale, Morrisville, RDU, and Western Wake fire departments. The airport's winning entry was a chocolate cookie with mint cream filling. They received a plaque that will stay at the station until the next contest. Second place was Raleigh Station 11 "A" shift (fire-themed cookies) and third place was Raleigh Fire Prevention Division (brickle bar). See more photos from yesterday.

Lee Wilson photo

About time they do something.
Jake T. - 04/14/11 - 17:58

Ahhh…good one!Thanks for the support…tic
CFR - 04/14/11 - 23:13

Hey CFR, you guys ever have a bake sale? I’d love to try one!!!
Silver - 04/14/11 - 23:50

@ Jake T:
Ahhhhh. They also all got Martin Guitars for winning. Some are for sale on craigslist.
Martin Guitar - 04/15/11 - 17:55

I hate you forever.
Jake T. - 04/15/11 - 18:45

It is the naked expressions of affection that make this blog so special…
Legeros - 04/15/11 - 18:49

Yeah…stop by anytime and we will whip up a special batch just for yall since we have nothing else to do.(h)
CFR - 04/16/11 - 08:59

Here’s your ride-along photos from three years ago (has it been that long, egad): http://legeros.com/ralwake/photos/2008-0..

Ran one call that morning, as memory serves, stand by for removing fuel at National Guard.
Legeros - 04/16/11 - 09:41

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