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Three North Country first responders honored
With Gov. Maggie Hassan on hand to express the state’s thanks for the years of service they’ve provided their communities, personnel from law enforcement, firefighting and emergency medical response marked the North County Public Safety Foundation’s sixth annual awards dinner.
“I have had many occasions to serve with our recipient on the fire ground, and I can personally verify that he is a doer. Whether serving as incident commander, staging officer or pump operator at some remote water supply location, this chief understands the roles that need to be filled and is willing to do what is necessary without a lot of fanfare,” Copp said.
“The greatest value of the event is that it brings business and community leaders together with the first responders within the community in a venue that allows conversation about the challenges that each face. It is a wonderful event” Clark said.
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