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Regional Fire & Rescue Department, Inc.
Monday July 1st, 2013 :: 06:57 p.m. PDT



Please consider aiding in efforts undertaken to assist the families of fallen Granite Mountain Hot Shots. The 100 Club of Arizona has already provided a $15,000 check to each surviving family of each of these 19 Hot Shots who fell in the line of duty yesterday while fighting a wildfire in Yarnell, Arizona. The Arizona Last Team, an Honor Guard Association established by the Arizona Fire Chiefs Association to Honor fallen Firefighters in Arizona, have distributed these checks totaling over $280,000.00. You can donate to the 100 Club of Arizona and it can be done on-line, at The 100 Club provides this assistance, all through charitable donations and fundraisers in support of surviving family members of a fallen Firefighter or Law Enforcement Officer in Arizona.

They distributed over $280,000 today and have received pledges or raised only $95,000 so far in replenishing those funds for future emergencies.

Regional Fire & Rescue thanks you for any consideration you may have for the 100 Club, the American Red Cross, or any other Charity not named here, in support of their assistance in the recovery following this terrible tragedy in Yarnell, Arizona.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us with any questions at (520) 723-4680. Stay Safe and be aware that a wildfire in your community can threaten your home or property if you do not clear weeds or debris away from your home, barns, other outbuildings or vehicles.

Thank You,
Steven W. Kerber, CFEI, HMT, CISO
Fire Chief/Paramedic

Regional Fire & Rescue Department, Inc.
7951 W McCartney Rd
Casa Grande, AZ 85194

Emergency: 9-1-1
Non-emergencies: 520-723-4680

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