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BAVFD: WHAS Crusade for Children 2021 donations

By Linda Jennings

Below are donations given to the Breeding Area Volunteer Fire Department for the 2021 WHAS Crusade for Children.
  • 2021 Adair County High Graduation Roadblock: $507.09
  • Harrison & Shirley Moss, in honor of Matthew & Mattie Moss: $25.00
  • Sparksville Church of the Nazarene: $300.00
  • Petty's Supply, In Memory of Elmo Petty: $100.00
  • Timothy & Julie Jennings, in honor of Case Jennings and Jay Luke Jennings: $100.00
  • Brandon & Ashley Harvey, in honor of Zach and Toby Harvey: $ 25.00
  • Terry, Brenda & Brandon Harvey, In Memory of Brett: $ 30.00
  • Sparksville Baptist Church: $100.00
  • Harrods Fork Baptist Church: $126.00
  • Antioch Church: $339.00
  • Emory Chapel UMC: $110.10
  • Word Of Life Family Church: $250.00
Grand Total: $2,012.19

See also: CACVFD raise over $46K for Crusade for Children in 2021




This story was posted on 2021-06-12 06:40:43
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