Thank You For Supporting The S. M. Robertson Police And Fire Christmas Fund

Sunday, January 16, 2022

Dear Residents of Signal Mountain,

On behalf of the 44 police and fire officers and their families of the town of Signal Mountain, we want to take this opportunity to thank you for your contribution to the 2021 S. M. Robertson Police & Fire Christmas Fund.

The fund was started over 50 years ago and we continue to see the generosity of the citizens of our community. Even in the midst of the last two years being so challenging in many ways, we were blown away to experience, for the first time in the fund’s history, over $10,000 being distributed to the police and fire men and women on Christmas Eve. Thank you for sacrificially blessing these men and women and their families who faithfully serve.

It’s an honor and privilege to see, firsthand, the faithful love and support of our community. May God grant you and yours peace, safety, and joy during the coming year.

T. W. Francescon, Jr.
S. M. Robertson Police & Fire Christmas Fund



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