Red Apple Days Festival

The 2020 Red Apple Days Festival was unlike any other's we have ever had. We greatly missed the opportunity to spend time together as a community, but were honored and blessed by the outpouring of support we received from everyone.

All of our sponsors were amazing, and allowed us to host our take out spaghetti dinner completely paid for.

We were blessed by all the people who came from all over to eat with us, and so many donated to the fire department. That helps so much and we really appreciate it.

The young ladies that participated in the virtual Miss Red Apple Days Pageant all did a great job, and made it very difficult for our judges to make a decision.

All of our department members and community volunteers that helped this weekend were wonderful, and we could never host any kind of Red Apple Day Event without their time and service to our community.

Thank you for your interest in the Red Apple Days Festival. We are looking forward to next year and how we can make it better than ever!

Auburntown, TN

Located off of State Highway 96 also known as Poplar Bluff Road, Auburntown was once known as Poplar Stand, due to large population of poplar trees in the area, Auburntown was eventually renamed after Auburn, NY, and was incorporated in 1949.

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Miss Red Apple Days Pageant

A way to show your Auburn Pride, the Miss Red Apple Days Pageant accepts participants ages 2-21 to compete with other young ladies not only from Auburntown, but from all surrounding Counties and areas.

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Auburntown Vol. Fire Department

The men and women of our volunteer fire department work hard and train hard to keep our community and the surrounding areas safe.  All money raised by vendor fees, pageant applicants, and donations goes directly to help fund AVFD.

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