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Posted by: hannaheath on 06/12/2008 06:45 PM Updated by: Kim_Hamilton on 06/15/2008 01:35 PM
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Heroes of Calaveras County Receive Recognition ~By Hanna Alldrin

Murphys, CA....Recently the Angels Camp-Murphys Rotary Club recognized some of the finest Law Enforcement and Fire personnel during their monthly meeting. The meeting was held at Ironstone Vineyards in Murphys where guests received a lovely lunch provided by the Ironstone staff. Personnel were honored by the Rotary and their departments for going above and beyond and for the protection of their community. It was also said that without the support of their families these heroes wouldn't be able to do such a fantastic job......

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The heroes of Calaveras County are usually the first on scene and the last to leave when called for duty. Below is a list of this years heroes from various Law Enforcement and Fire Departments in Calaveras County.

Angels Camp Policeman of the year - Steve Poortinga
CHP of the year- Rod Mcnally
CC Sheriff of the year - Deayrian Sanchez
Department of Corrections personnel of the year -Nick Shaucky
Angels Camp Firemen of the year- Billy Davis and Erik Alldrin

We would like to congratulate everyone of these heroes that helps our community and who are dedicated to their job and the people in which they help. Thank you, The Pine Tree.net




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