Fire Fighters in the News – December 2, 2019

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Story credit: Texarkana Gazette – Karl Richter

texas-side fire fighters raising funds for children’s coats

TEXARKANA, Texas – The Texas-side fire fighters union is seeking donations to buy new winter coats for local child in need.

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Story credit: The Connection Newspapers – Jeanne Theismann

to the rescue: 3,000 coats help kids in need

 First responders from across the county came together Oct. 28 to help distribute more than 3,000 new coats to children in need as part of the annual Fairfax Country Fire fighters coat drive.

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Story credit: The Connection Newspapers – Jeanne Theismann

to the rescue: new coats for children in need in alexandria

 First responders from across the city gathered at the Departmental Progressive Club Nov. 9 to help distribute more than 200 new coats to children in need.

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Story Credit: Columbia Basin Herald – Cheryl Schweizer

kids receive coats from operation warm

MOSES LAKE – Some students at four Moses Lake elementary schools got brand-new coats Wednesday morning with the help of the Moses Lake Fire Department.

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Story Credit: The Vindicator

fire crews in girard give coats to 79 kids

 

GIRARD – Girard fire fighters have reached their goal of providing 79 kids with new winter coats this year.

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