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Thursday, October 03 2019

 

Photo Provided. In the picture is Firefighter/EMT Waldman.

Dundee - During the month of July, the Dundee Fire Department started a campaign by selling breast cancer awareness shirts to the community to raise funds for the Cassidy Cancer Resource Center of Winter Haven. Winter Haven Hospital’s Cassidy Cancer Center provides convenient access to high-quality cancer care in central Florida.

   Features of the Cassidy Cancer Center include an inpatient oncology unit, as well as outpatient services including physicians’ clinics, dedicated infusion, and radiation therapy areas, and specialized surgical oncology services.

   When asked why starting this campaign was important for them, Deputy Fire Chief Mike Stroud said... “We are trying to do our part in giving back to the community. One of our slogans at our department is Neighbors helping Neighbors. So it falls right in line with that slogan.”

   The Dundee Fire department is planning on selling the shirts through October. All shirt sizes are $15.00/shirt. For more information, please contact Dundee Fire Department at 863-419-3104 or send them a message via their Facebook page.

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