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Colusa City Firefighters Association Crab Feed fundraiser is highest grossing ever

Another year, another sold-out event, another successful crab feed for the Colusa City Firefighters Association.

About 400 people showed up for this year’s crab and tri-tip dinner, and according to Colusa City Firefighters Association President and dinner chairman Craig Dunn, it was the best ever in terms of funds raised.

“We were at full capacity, at just about 400 people. It was the biggest gross that we’ve ever done, and probably the most we’ve ever netted,” Dunn said. “We had people bidding on items and actually donating them back so we could auction them off again. People were bidding well over what items were worth. In all, it was just a great showing by the community.”

In particular, Dunn and Colusa City Fire Chief Logan Conley credited Roger Hickel – who put together a huge array of auction and raffle items – for the event’s success.

“Without Roger, this event would not have been nearly as successful as it was,” Conley said.


Brian Pearson
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