Local firefighters were recognized by Modern Woodmen, by representative Travis Camp, with an awards ceremony last week at Dairy Queen in Beaver Dam. Pictured L-to-R: Charlie Lacefield, Rosine Fire Dept.; Nikki Norton, Cromwell Fire Dept.; Travis Camp, Modern Woodmen; Chief Jeff Scott, Rockport Fire Dept. and Mark Shields, Beaver Dam Fire Dept. (Photo Rice-McCoy Photography)
Local firefighters were recognized by Modern Woodmen, by representative Travis Camp, and Fordsville Fire Dept. Chief Justin Cooper, with an awards ceremony last week at Dairy Queen in Beaver Dam. Pictured L-to-R: Chief Justin Cooper, Fordsvill Fire Dept.; Travis Camp, Modern Woodmen; Wendell Howard, Centertown Fire Dept.; Chief Danny Pogue, McHenry Fire Dept. and Danny Wilson, Hartford Fire Dept. (Photo Rice-McCoy Photography)
Local volunteer firefighters were recognized as Hometown Heroes by Modern Woodmen at two ceremonies last week at Dairy Queen in Beaver Dam.
Modern Woodmen representative Travis Camp recognized each firefighter with a plaque and Modern Woodmen made donations in the amount of $100 to each firefighters favorite charity on their behalf.
Nearly 200 people attended each night of the awards.
Those firefighters that received awards on Monday, July 8: Chief Jeff Scott, 405 Rockport Volunteer Fire Department (VFD); Mark Shields, 229 Beaver Dam VFD; Charlie Lacefield, 312 Rosine VFD and Nikki Norton, 858 Cromwell VFD.
Fordsville VFD Chief Justin Cooper helped to recognize the firefighters on Tuesday, July 9, they were: Danny Wilson, 125 Hartford VFD; Chief Danny Pogue, 708 Dundee VFD and Wendell Howard, 900 Centertown VFD.
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