Bradley County EMS received almost 100 warm blankets
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Bradley County EMS is honored to be a part of the ‘Blanket Bradley County Project’ and thankful to those who made it happen,” said Stan Clark, EMS spokesman.
Bradley County EMS is honored to be a part of the ‘Blanket Bradley County Project’ and thankful to those who made it happen,” said Stan Clark, EMS spokesman.
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Bradley County EMS received almost 100 warm blankets to give out to residents during the upcoming cold winter months. Lee University’s Leonard Center, Tennessee State Rep. Kevin Brooks, and Operation Compassion donated 800 blankets to all emergency response agencies in Cleveland and Bradley County. “The extreme cold winter months bring a lot of challenges to our local residents. Giving the gift of a warm blanket can make huge difference and a great way to show someone that you care. Bradley County EMS is honored to be a part of the ‘Blanket Bradley County Project’ and thankful to those who made it happen,” said Stan Clark, EMS spokesman. Blankets will be placed on all of Bradley County’s ambulances to be distributed during the winter to individuals and families who need them.