Comedy night fundraiser(there ‘s another show Saturday March 24th 8PM) – No. 3 Fire Hall, Penn Hills Volunteer Fire Department.
I was invited by Matt of Steel City Shows.(the man behind the soundboard, in a suit and tie)
It was a fun evening.
After the comedy show ended, Firefighter Vinnie gave me a tour of the trucks, Jaws of Life, and the uniforms hanging ready.
Comedians Mike Wysocki and Joey O’Connell are listed on the site but there were two others who warmed up the crowd, Sean Collier and Mike Travers.
I love the way that when you are are invited to something you go.
Highly commendable. 🙂
Ps. Great photos.
Once I read you should go where you are invited, unless you have a temperature of 103. Sometimes the “not going” seems desirable, but I have found it is usually well worth the effort to get up, out and go.
Wow! Amazing shots Ruth! 🙂
You do so many fun and varied things, always finding something to photograph. Great shots!
God bless all firemen who put their lives on the line for us!
What a great idea for a fundraiser. Firemen, volunteer or not, are heros. Thanks for sharing.
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Have a great day! 🙂
They will be thrilled to see your great shots of the event!
Your slideshows are always so fun!
Great show! Thanks again Ruth!!
Sounds like a fun time
I hope the events are well-attended and the fundraisers a success. Hard to think of a more deserving group in any community.
There’s a comedian named Mike Wysocki? My husband, J Wysocki, says that he doesn’t know a Mike Wysocki. But, you never know… maybe they’re related. Great photos Ruth!
Thanks Theresa. Perhaps a distant cousin to your husband? Thanks for stopping by. I enjoy your photos,too.
I love the two pics of the gear all lined up and hanging on the pegs. Symmetry and repetition are both very soothing to me – as is the idea of individuals dedicated to helping others.