Pleasant Grove Students Donate Stuffed Animals To Whitfield Fire Department

Monday, February 12, 2018 - by Mitch Talley
Pictured with some of the students and stuffed animals are (from left, back row) Tammy Whaley of Pleasant Grove, Lt. Garner Hall, Engineer T.J. Floyd, Lt. Chris West, Engineer Ryan Robbs, and Lt. Jamie Franks.
Pictured with some of the students and stuffed animals are (from left, back row) Tammy Whaley of Pleasant Grove, Lt. Garner Hall, Engineer T.J. Floyd, Lt. Chris West, Engineer Ryan Robbs, and Lt. Jamie Franks.
- photo by Mitch Talley

Students at Pleasant Grove Elementary School collected stuffed animals to donate to the Whitfield County Fire Department for use on scenes where children have had some type of trauma, such as being in a car accident or house fire. 

 


- photo by Mitch Talley

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