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September 3, 2017

September 1 2017

 

Barron County businesses participating in Emergency Services fundraiser!

To help us build the funding needed to launch our countywide first responder program, the following businesses are holding "checkout charities" during the month of September. 

Bridgestop in Chetek
BP in Cameron
BP in Dallas
BP in Rice Lake
BP in Cumberland
Culver's in Rice Lake
Dairy Queen in Turtle Lake
Dairy Queen in Barron
Pine Crest in Dallas
Old Southern BBQ in Rice Lake

From September 1st through September 30th, customers will have the opportunity to donate directly to Emergency Services of Barron County during checkout. Funding received will go toward team member training, emergency equipment, and response supplies. 

We sincerely thank our local businesses for partnering with us for this initiative! We also encourage our community members to visit these businesses to help support our program to bring first responders to ALL communities in Barron County!

A special thanks to Ron Helstern at Woodland Signs for making our banners and graphics!

 

 

 

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