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    Smile It's nice to get a thanks once and a while

    From the St. Clair Co. Courier
    We cannot begin to express our gratitude to all those involved in saving our home from destruction due to the recent fire at our residence. Mr. Prewitt's timely notification and the quick response form all the responding fire personnel were major factors in our not losing everything. We appreciate so much all those who showed kindness and are grateful to our friends and neighbors who offered support. Above all, we give thanks to God for His faithfullness and protection.
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    Default W A A A Y Y K U U L L!!!

    We get the odd mumbled "Thanks" as our customers get loaded into the back of the amb, or occasionally a hand shake for whatever other incident we have attended. Even the odd letter of thanks too.

    It is a good feeling though no matter what the medium is that the appreciation is sent through, either verbal, or written. Makes for a job well done.
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    Very cool..it prompted my new thread!
    May we never forget our fallen, worldwide.

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    The brownies on random days are good and the fire safety demos at schools are cool.
    What are the irons? Is that a Hillside thing?

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    We get alot of thanks from the public. I guess its that friendly Vermonter attitude. We do enjoy it especially when we get baked goods.
    This statements made above do not represent the agency i belong to in any shape or form. So if i say something stupid its just me.

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    So....why is it that wildland firefighters...and municipal FF's at major wildfires...get so much attention from residents? Thank you signs, food, shelter, cold drinks...they just love us!! Ya see it all the time.

    True?
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