WAYNE, Mich. - A two-event event kicks off Friday in honor of fallen Wayne-Westland Firefighter Brian Woehlke.
Woehlke had been with the department for 10 months when he was killed May 8 responding to a strip mall fire.
He was the first firefighter to fall in the line of duty in the department's 47-year history.
He leaves behind a wife and young daughter, Ava.
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Woehlke-Palooza will be held at U.S. 12 Bar & Grill at 34824 Michigan Avenue in Wayne.
Tickets are $10.
Activities being Friday at 5 p.m. and include a country music concert, rock show Saturday with WRIF, firefighters games, cook off, a rolling water ball, combat challenge and corn-hole tournament. There will also be tactical demonstrations by firefighters.
Saturday from noon to 2 p.m. is Family Fun Day with activities for children including ice cream eating, hula hoop contest, musical chairs, clowns and face painting.
Food, drinks and a DJ will be available for the event inside and outside on the patio.
Donate online:Fallen Firefighter Brian Woehlke Charity Fund
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