THE CITY REBORN FROM THE ASHES OF AMERICA'S MOST DISASTROUS FOREST FIRE
Thanks to several generous donations, the Peshtigo Police Department was able to purchase two new defibrillators. The Mel Sharpe family donated one in memory of their father, who passed away unexpectedly on March 6. Sharpe was a former Municipal Clerk, and was very active in the community. The second defibrillator was purchased with donations by Peshtigo Lions Club, Peshtigo Area Foundation and Walmart. Police Chief Kent Kline reported both defibrillators are now in service. Total cost of the new defibrillators was over $3,000. Pictured from left are Assistant Police Chief Jared Phillips and Chief Kent Kline with the new defibrillators.
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