Press "Enter" to skip to content

GVFR seeks donations for pressing needs

Gloucester Volunteer Fire and Rescue Squad has a lot of needs—a new firehouse, new fire trucks, station repairs—but the company also has ongoing expenses that need to be taken care of, and that’s where county residents come in.

The squad is in the middle of its annual fundraiser, and Chief J.D. Clements said donations from the community are needed for such expenses as purchasing fuel, paying for ongoing maintenance on equipment, stocking medical supplies the hospital doesn’t cover, and other necessities.

To keep residents informed, Clements gave a rundown of the squad’s upcoming capital expenses, many of which are covered by contributions from the county and grant funds, but some of which are supplemented with local donations.

The purchase of two new engines and a rescue truck were top on his list. While the rescue truck is being funded through the American Recovery Act, Clements said, the two engines will need internal funding, supplemented by Gloucester County. Since the sq...

To view the rest of this article, you must log in. If you do not have an account with us, please subscribe here.

where can i buy clomid buy clomid