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It's 2006 Crusade for Children time in Adair County

Adair County Fire Department, Breeding Fire Department, and Knifley Fire Department are all raising funds for a favorite philanthropy
By Dennis Loy, chairman
Josh Brockman, co-chairman
Brandon Lewis, co-chairman

The Adair County Fire Department would like to remind everyone that it is Crusade time again.

Once again, we be be at the roadblocks throughout Columbia.

Adair County has always been very supportive of the Crusade for Children.

Money raised in Adair County comes back to Adair County through grants to help the handicapped children of our community.

Breeding and Knifley Fire Departments will also be collecting the areas covered by their departments.

On behalf of the Columbia-Adair County Fire Department, Breeding Fire Department, and Kinfley Fire Department, we would like to extend our thanks for helping out.

This story was posted on 2006-05-24 09:00:42
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