Three Schuylkill County Fire Companies Receive Grants

Agency - Department of Conservation and Natural Resources

The Department of Conservation and Natural Resources awarded three Schuylkill County fire companies with grants totaling $4,550 to protect the communities from fires in forests and other undeveloped areas.


The recipients of the grants are Polish American Fire Company No. 4, Shenandoah; Rangers Hose Company, Girardville; South Ward Fire Company Inc., Tamaqua.

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