Thanks to donors of fire prevention program


Editor:

In continuing the City of Greenville Fire Department’s commitment to a fire prevention education program, we organize an annual fire and burn prevention education program for the children of our community. We recognize the need for an ongoing effort to reach our children.

To help cover the cost of the materials, our department seeks help from concerned businesses, industrial, and professional leaders to support this vital program. We also recognize the following for their 2016’s donations:

Platinum sponsors: Maid-Rite Sandwich Shoppe, Treaty City Industries, Inc., V.F.W. Post 7262 & Wayne Healthcare.

Gold sponsors: American Legion Post #140, Atlantic States Ins. Co./Donegal Mutual Ins. Co., Falcon Packaging, LLC, MJS Plastics, Inc., Staffmark/Kiwanais Club of Greenville & Stateline Power.

Silver sponsors: Gary L. Flinn Co. L.P.A., St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, St Paul United Church of Christ & Williamson Insurance LLC.

Bronze sponsors: Asian Greenville Buffet, Inc., Bob Evans Restaurant/Bob Evans Farms, Catering by Michael, Farmers State Bank, Francis-Condon Insurance, G & G Floor Fashions, Inc., Greenville Missionary Church, Greenville National Bank, Jafe Decorating, Inc., Little Caesars/Corp. Pizza Investors, LLC, Midwest United Industries, Inc., Neff Motivation Inc., Northtowne Sunoco, Inc./Greenville Marathon, Randall Insurance Agency, Inc., Second National Bank, SVG Chevrolet, Whirlpool Corporation & Zechar Bailey Funeral Home.

Sponsors: Don’s Body Shop, Greenville Federal, Greenville Pawn & Jewelry/PJ Pawn LLC, Grosch Quality Water, Hamilton Auto Sales, LLC, Helens Flowers, Kesco Products, Inc., Loudy Office Machines, Law Office of Randall E. Breaden, LLC, Littman-Thomas Agency, Inc., Mote & Associates, Ramco Electric Motors, Inc. Ryan C. Cherry, D.D.S., Tangles & The Service Company.

Thank you for your kind and continued support of our youth, the City of Greenville Fire Department, and for being an important part of our community. Your generosity will surely reflect itself through the children of our community.

Sincerely,

Russell L. Thompson, Chief

City of Greenville Fire Department