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CCRS, Gene Taylor & Steve Graves Christmas Foundation says “thank you”

Neal Simmons, Chief of the Coffee County Rescue Squad that suffered a fire on December 4, 2023; when the toys and food for The Gene Taylor & Steve Graves Christmas foundation were destroyed, told Thunder Radio, “the support we received has been unbelievable.”

The Gene Taylor & Steve Graves Christmas foundation issued a statement on their social media that said, “On behalf of the foundation we want to thank the citizens, organizations, businesses, churches from Coffee County and all surrounding counties and people all across the United States that helped us after the fire at the Coffee County Rescue Squad. You made 567 kids smile this morning and you gave 875 people food. I want to thank all the elves that worked their hearts out to make this happen. We are beyond blessed.”

West Middle School students with the Gene Taylor and Steve Graves Foundation

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