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Marysville Fire District receives $2,500 for Dalmation Program
MARYSVILLE — The Marysville Fire District is proud to announce that Marysville Chiropractic has raised $2,500 for its Dalmatian Program, which provides stuffed Dalmatian dogs for fire personnel to distribute to comfort children in their times of distress.
The Dalmatian Drive is sponsored by Marysville Chiropractic through the generous support of Dr. Bob DeFever and the Marysville community, and this year’s drive will allow the fire district to purchase more than 300 stuffed Dalmatians.
Plans are already underway for next year’s drive to continue this vital program that brings comfort to children.
“We are looking forward to our 17th year of this program, and the continued support of our community,” Marysville Fire Chief Corn said.
For more information on the Dalmatian Drive, please call Marysville Chiropractic at 360-659-6241 or log onto www.marysvillechiropractic.com.