Fire Fighters in the News – December 9, 2019
This week on Fire fighters in the News…
Story Credit: KHGI-TV – Alex Whitney
operation warm ensures local students are properly clothed for winter
Getting into the holiday spirit early, the Hastings Fire Department made its way to several different area schools on Monday and dropped off winter coats as the participate in “Operation Warm.”
Story Credit: Fall River Reporter – Jess Machado
frfd operation warm underway with successful fundraiser
Members of the Fall River Fire Department hosted a fundraising event this past Sunday to raise funds for their annual Operation Warm campaign.
Story Credit: North County Outlook
firefighters provide coats to local children
Dozens of local children received brand new winter coats this week thanks to Marysville Professional Fire Fighters, IAFF Local 3219.
Story Credit: Greensboro News & Record – Danielle Battaglia
greensboro fire fighters offer warmth and love to local school children
GREENSBORO — The Professional Fire Fighters of Greensboro partnered with International Association of Fire Fighters and visited Brightwood Elementary School to donate coats to about 180 students through Operation Warm.
Story Credit: WMDT 47 News – Sarah Ash
worcester co. fire fighters to provide new coats to local children
BERLIN, Md. — For a third year in a row, the Worcester County Professional Fire Fighters Association (WCPFFA) is planning to provide brand new coats to students at Worcester County elementary schools.
Story Credit: Kitsap Sun – Jessie Darland
operation warm: fire fighters bring coats to kitsap kids
BREMERTON — Kids at Armin Jahr Elementary were eager to try on their new winter coats and climb aboard a big yellow firetruck on Tuesday.
Story Credit: WJACTV.com
annual project, operation warm, carried out by local fire fighters
ALTOONA, Pa (WJAC) — Altoona Fire Fighters Local 299 distributed almost 500 new coats Thursday to children in six city elementary schools.
Story Credit: KSTP TV
st. paul fire fighters help kids stay warm this winter through ‘operation warm’
The St. Paul Fire Department is making sure kids stay warm this winter as part of “Operation Warm.”
Join hundreds of fire departments across the country to give brand new coats to children in the communities you protect.
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