Bluefield Fire Department Announces 6,000 Dollar Grant

BLUEFIELD – City officials and the Bluefield Fire Department are excited to announce a $6,000 Fire Prevention & Safety grant award from State Farm to the Bluefield, WV Fire Department.

Bluefield Fire Chief Rick Cary stated, “We are grateful to State Farm for their generosity. The monies received from the grant will be used to purchase smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors and safety materials to be distributed throughout the community. On behalf of the Bluefield Fire Department and the City of Bluefield, we would like to thank Brandon Disney and the State Farm organization for making our City a safer place to live, work and play.”

The presentation will take place Tuesday January 9, 2018, 12:00 noon at the City Board meeting.

The public is invited.

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