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Sanatoga Fire Auxiliary Helps Buy New Equipment

Sanatoga Fire Auxiliary Helps Buy New Equipment

MAKING THEIR CONTRIBUTION TOWARD A NEW TRUCK – As the Sanatoga Fire Company prepares to replace its 1992-vintage Spartan pumper this spring, its Women’s Auxiliary (above) has already helped the company buy equipment necessary for its operation. Members of the auxiliary and firefighters gathered (below) last Monday (Jan. 13, 2014), before the company’s regular monthly meeting in the East High Street firehouse, to display three new power saws purchased with a $5,000 donation made possible by the auxiliary’s fund-raising efforts. The cutter-edge rescue saw, chain saw and power saw all are tools company line officers determined would be needed to accompany the replacement 2014-model KME Rescue Pumper due to arrive during late February or early March, according to Chief Rick Brendlinger. The money, initially presented during the company’s annual dinner, “is greatly appreciated,” the chief said. The auxiliary “is always there for us when we need them, and are a great asset to our team of volunteers.”

Sanatoga Fire Auxiliary Helps Buy New Equipment

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