Leather-bound book given to Clallam Fire District No. 3
Clallam County Fire District No. 3
Members of the Olympic Peninsula Chapter of the International Footprint Association present the Clallam County Fire District No. 3 commissioners and chiefs with a copy of Firefighters. From left are Don Taylor, Michael Lawrence, Maura Mattson, Commissioner Gary Coffey, Commissioner James Barnfather, Gene Mattson, Commissioner Richard Houts, Fire Chief Steve Vogel, Assistant Chief Ben Andrews, Assistant Chief Tony Hudson and Assistant Chief Roger Moeder
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The book, a leather-bound history of firefighting in the United States, was presented during a commissioners meeting Oct. 15.
The book was purchased from the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation and includes a dedication to the fire district from the Olympic Peninsula IFA chapter, said Patrick Young, district spokesman.
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