Ingress agents already know that Pulaski County is road trip country! The area also has several missions that will make Ingress Mission junkies happy! This week we shine the spotlight on “Crocker Fireball Run” created by Resistance Agent Ancell.
Fireball Run fans know that filming for Season 9: Space Race began in Hartford, Connecticut September 26th and that the Fireballers are currently racing their way to the finish line in Cocoa Beach, Florida. Returning to the lineup of Fireball Run racers this year is Team 10- Pulaski Pride consisting of Steve Lynch and Cecilia Murray.
During Season 8, filmed in 2014, the teams raced across America’s Frontier, including Pulaski County. This mission takes you on a portal tour of the town including the Frisco Caboose that was a mission stop for Fireball Run Teams.
To watch complete Fireball Run: America’s Frontier episodes featuring Pulaski County visit http://www.fireballrun.com/episodes/se.8-americas-frontier.
Crocker Presbyterian Church- Crocker Presbyterian Church was organized August 13th, 1893, and has holding services for 122 years.
Pulaski County Helipad- Spearheaded by Benny Doolin, who saw a need for emergency landing zones across the county, this pad was dedicated in 1998 and named in honor of Norma Mihalveich.
Indian Memorial- This totem pole in Crocker Community Park was a gift from members of a woodcarving club.
Crocker City Park- Crocker City Park features a walking trail that encircles a small lake. It is also home to rodeos and other community events throughout the year.
Crocker Water Tower-
Crocker Post Office- Named for a stockholder in the Atlantic & Pacific Railroad, this post office has been serving citizens since 1869.
Frisco Caboose Monument- Crocker is also one of Pulaski County’s Frisco Railroad boom towns and the town has a deep appreciation of its railroading heritage. Prominently featured in Norma Lea’s Frisco Park, this bright red caboose is an eye catcher. This cupola caboose was built out of a boxcar in 1975 in Springfield, MO and was originally numbered #1418. It acquired it’s #11648 number via the Burlington Northern railroad company before it was retired.
Crocker Water Tower-
Pulaski County Library-