Lumberjack Feud Climbing for Hope – Fire vs Police – Monday February 26, 2013

image courtesy of Lumberjack Feud

Monday night the sports action is at Lumberjack Feud, when the local fire department takes on the police department in the Feud’s famous logging contests! Volunteer local celebrities will be serving the great food, in the Climbing for Hope fundraiser for our great local charity, Mountain Hope Good Shepherd Clinic, an excellent cause to contribute to.

Break out your plaid – there will be prizes for the best dressed LumberJack and LumberJill, as well as door prizes and a live auction. The police team and the firefighters both look good and ready to go head to head, and the action should be intense!

The event is on Monday, February 22. Doors open at 5 pm and the show starts at 6 pm. The Lumberjack Feud Sports arena is located at 2713 Parkway in Pigeon Forge, between Lights 3 & 4.

At Lumberjack Feud you can come for dinner and the show or just the show. But the food is phenomenal and the front seats are for the dinner guests. As of today some tickets for dinner ($20.00 for adults, $10.00 for children) are still available. If any are left by Monday they’ll be available at the door – but it’s a big IF, so book now!

For more info call 865-744-7684.To keep up with the breaking news check the Facebook page of Mountain Hope.

If you’ve never been to the Lumberjack Feud this is your chance to have a great time and do some good, in “the rowdiest good time in the Smokies!”

Lumberjack Feud is dressed up as a comical affair, but underneath the plaid there are serious athletes competing in rigorous tests of skill and prowess, accompanied by entertainment, comedy and sheer fun contests for kids and grown-ups to join in.

Here’s a perfect taste of the Feud, captured in 30 seconds by a guest:




About Carrie Waxler

Carrie Waxler

I've worked for Gatlinburg Falls since March 2011. Lived in TN since 1996. I have now hiked Mt. LeConte three times. I've been on every trail that leads to the top. The last one we hiked up the Boulevard. I have walked my first 2.7 miles on the Appalachian Trail. Only 2176 miles to go. I plan to hike the Appalachian Trail when my children graduate. I also love lake kayaking on Cherokee Lake and Douglas Lake. We take our kayaks camping to middle Tennessee as well for river kayaking. I love talking to guests from the places I've visited or lived. Brings back many good memories. I love to be where people are having fun.

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