Clam bake raises cash for hearth firm in Gouldsboro

GOULDSBORO, Pennsylvania – Families in Wayne County came out Saturday to support their local fire department.

The Gouldsboro Fire Company held a clam cake to raise money for the department along Main Street.

Organizers say this is a long-running annual event and people are excited to be celebrating one of their favorite summer celebrations again.

“The corn and mussel casserole is back. It was too long ago. We did this drive-through thing that was good and good but it’s nice to sit down and sit down and eat with people and your family and other people, no masks, it’s freedom! “Said Brian Kohn of Gouldsboro.

Mussels were the most popular product in baking. Volunteers say they cooked about 500 dozen.

If seafood isn’t your thing, the Gouldsboro fundraiser also had hot dogs, hamburgers, and more.

Lake Metropolis Bake Sale Raises Cash for Teen Injured in Automobile Crash

A 15-year-old boy from Lake City was in a life-changing car accident last November.

Friends and family are now raising money to get him the equipment he needs.

Ricky Atherton-Dudek is currently at Mary Free Bed Rehabilitation in Grand Rapids.

Doctors thought he was insane at the time of the crash, but after several surgeries, Ricky got through.

His friends and family were selling baked goods outside the Something Personal store in Cadillac over the weekend to raise money for a wheelchair ramp and vehicle.

Ricky is expected to come home from rehab on June 10th.