Lincoln County Health Department Unboxes Life Jacket Loaner Grant Award from Sea Tow Foundation

Lincoln County Health Department Unboxes Life Jacket Loaner Grant Award from Sea Tow Foundation

Lincoln County Community Safety Task Force unboxes Life Jacket Loaner grant award from Sea Tow Foundation to set up a Life Jacket Loaner Station Stand in Troy, Missouri. Lincoln County Community Safety Task Force is part of Lincoln County Public Health Department that has provided a variety of health and information services in Lincoln County since August of 1966.
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Pictured: Terry Elia-US Power Squadrons District 30 St. Louis Sail & Power Squadron (she told us about the grant), Michelle Danback-Lincoln County Ambulance, Lisa Sitler-Lincoln County Health Department, Barry Nuss-Lincoln County Fire Protection District #1-Fire Marshal and Public Information Officer, Gene Rugh-Retired Civil Air Patrol, Not pictured are: Kim Biondo, Lincoln County Flood Plan Manager, Lisa Goetsch-911 Dispatcher, Roger Taylor: Troy City Police, Jim Holloway: Lincoln County Ambulance District, and Ray Antonacci-Lincoln County Ambulance District-Chief Administrator.
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Sea Tow Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting boater safety and education, has selected 31 nonprofit organizations and boating agencies to host new Life Jacket Loaner Stands this spring as part of its Life Jacket Loaner program. The life jackets have been purchased with a grant from the Sport Fish Restoration and Boating Trust Fund administered by the U.S. Coast Guard.
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For more information about the Life Jacket Loaner program click What We Do above.

Written by  Michael Wesolowski

Sea Tow Foundation Executive Director

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