All-terrain fire vehicle would benefit community

Millet firefighters could use all-terrain vehicle

Dear editor,

On behalf of the citizens of Millet and district, we would like to thank the Millet Fire Department for the exemplary job they did putting out the very aggressive fire that enveloped Millet on May 6.

We know that if it wasn’t for this professional team many structures could have been lost. The one thing, though, that the fire department is missing is an all-terrain vehicle for the spots around town and in the rural area that cannot be accessed by the fire trucks.

For us to have this additional safety vehicle we must fundraise for it.

All donations will be appreciated and may be sent to the Millet Veteran Firefighters Association c/o Joe Anderson, Box 22, Millet AB T0C 1Z0.

Anne and Paul Clarke

Garth and Viola Rudolph

Rural and town residents

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