Cherokee County Has 16 New Registered Firefighters

Dated: 06/11/2014

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Congratulations to 16 hard working volunteers that are now registered firefighters.  They put their lives at risk to serve and protect those who line in Cherokee County.  
16 Volunteers became registered firefighters on June 6th. 
GROUP PHOTO - Front row (left to right) – Molly Childs, Aaron Caudill, David Jones, Michael Heard, Katie Payne, Barrett Kreiner, Emily Goss, Joseph Bleekrode, and Kevin O’Neal
Back – Ryan Barker, William Armstrong, Juan Arango, Samuel Lackender, Tommy Curtis, Authur Mosley, Chad Rooks, and Lt. Scott Deal – Training Officer.

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