FLAMES Team Participates In Fight For Air Climb Atlanta

Monday, April 21, 2014
The FLAMES team participated in Fight For Air Climb Atlanta. They were second overall in the team division.

Douglas Kerns from the Dalton Fire Department won the overall with a time of 8:53.
He also placed first in his age group and first in fundraising with a total of $2,300.

Billy Green from the Calhoun Fire Department got second place in the 30-34 age group.

Josh Shoemaker from the Dalton Fire Department got third place in the 30-34 age group.

Stephanie Fouts from the Douglas County Fire Department got second overall and tied for the win for the quick dress competition.

Katelen Farmer from the Dalton Fire Department got third place in the 30-34 age group.

Derek Craft from the Chatsworth Fire Department and Gary Stanley from the Dalton Fire Department also competed and did very well.

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