Thanking firefighters and medics


Cindee Boyd and son Noah along with Karen Breindenbach and her grandchildren, Kaelyn Corwin, Makinzy and Banner Legge, express appreciation for the West Liberty Fire Department and the Macochee Joint Ambulance District with chalk drawings and words in front of their buildings.

Cindee Boyd and son Noah along with Karen Breindenbach and her grandchildren, Kaelyn Corwin, Makinzy and Banner Legge, express appreciation for the West Liberty Fire Department and the Macochee Joint Ambulance District with chalk drawings and words in front of their buildings.

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Cindee Boyd and son Noah along with Karen Breindenbach and her grandchildren, Kaelyn Corwin, Makinzy and Banner Legge, express appreciation for the West Liberty Fire Department and the Macochee Joint Ambulance District with chalk drawings and words in front of their buildings.
http://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2017/09/web1_IMG_20170910_134747.jpgCindee Boyd and son Noah along with Karen Breindenbach and her grandchildren, Kaelyn Corwin, Makinzy and Banner Legge, express appreciation for the West Liberty Fire Department and the Macochee Joint Ambulance District with chalk drawings and words in front of their buildings. Tami Wenger | Contributing photographer

Cindee Boyd and son Noah along with Karen Breindenbach and her grandchildren, Kaelyn Corwin, Makinzy and Banner Legge, express appreciation for the West Liberty Fire Department and the Macochee Joint Ambulance District with chalk drawings and words in front of their buildings.
http://www.weeklycurrents.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/13/2017/09/web1_IMG_20170910_142224.jpgCindee Boyd and son Noah along with Karen Breindenbach and her grandchildren, Kaelyn Corwin, Makinzy and Banner Legge, express appreciation for the West Liberty Fire Department and the Macochee Joint Ambulance District with chalk drawings and words in front of their buildings. Tami Wenger | Contributing photographer