Home Depot donates to CCFR

From left are: Julie Shutt, Home Depot employee; Brandon Schwing, driver engineer; Craig Stevens, fire chief; Jesse Mullis, lieutenant; Rudy Hajaistron, firefighter; John Troy, inventory control coordinator; and Lucas Williams, battalion chief.

In April, Home Depot #6332 in Crystal River donated five heavy duty direct drive drum fans to Citrus County Fire Rescue (CCFR).

These fans, valued at approximately $1,095, will be used in fire station bays at Station 9 in DeRosa, Station 20 in Pine Ridge, Station 3 in Homosassa, Station 23 in Kensington and Station 5 in Hernando.

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Since 2019, this Home Depot location has donated approximately $3,865 worth of materials and equipment to CCFR. The donated items include 165 smoke alarms, three gas grills, lumber, paint and other supplies.

To learn more about Citrus County Fire Rescue services, call 352-527-5406.

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