Calling All Cars

To honor our local fire, police, sheriff, and EMS/rescue units, more than 220 people were in attendance this past Sunday, April 12, at the Napoleon American Legion for our Hometown Heroes event. We work hand-in-hand with different emergency personnel who help us respond to a disaster every 19 hours. Fire, flood, or tornado, we can always find those flashing lights and sirens nearby, assisting families in need. We provide canteening services – that is, beverages and sandwiches – to these brave men and women, but this event gave us all a chance to really show how much we care.  Our 2014 celebrated heroes are:

HH_icesculptureMike Smith – Deshler Volunteer Fire Department
Jeff Brubaker – Hamler Volunteer Fire Department
Bradley A. Strickland – Napoleon City Police
Tracy Busch – Henry County Emergency Management Agency
Dave Samlow – Florida/Flatrock Volunteer Fire Department
Rick Spiess – Liberty Center/Washington Township
Volunteer Fire Department
Eileen Stough – Ridgeville Township Volunteer Fire Department
Jerry E. Wolf – Holgate Volunteer Fire Department
Tim Cereghin – Napoleon Fire & Rescue
Larry Aelker – New Bavaria Volunteer Fire Department
Marc Ruskey – Henry County Sheriff Office
Janine Reimund – South Joint Ambulance District
Eric Klein – Malinta Volunteer Fire Department

Guests enjoyed a personalized cake donated by Chief Supermarket, an ice sculpture by Chad Hartson of Ice Creations, and a variety of raffles and prizes. The Henry County Volunteer Fireman Association also surprised us all with a very generous donation. It was a spectacular evening! Check out some cool photos from the event and thank you to our heroes and everyone who came out.

 

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