Four County Hosts Appreciation Dinner For Ridgeville Township Fire & EMT Departments

2014 public safety app dinner WEBFour County Career Center hosted an appreciation dinner for the Ridgeville Township Volunteer Fire/EMT Department, Archbold German Township Fire/EMT Department, and Henry County Sheriff’s Department in an effort to thank the safety service personnel for their continued support. Tim Meister, Superintendent welcomed the honored guests. Fire & Rescue and Law Enforcement & Security Tactics students took part in the program. Matthew Baker led the group in the Pledge of Allegiance and Samantha Burdine gave the invocation. All of the students talked about their career and technical education programs. Shown following the dinner are (LEFT TO RIGHT) Fire & Rescue students Elizabeth Kistner (Delta); and Matthew Baker (Liberty Center); Superintendent Meister; Representing Archbold Department was Chief Andy Brodbeck; Representing Ridgeville Department was Chief Ken Freytag; Representing the Sheriff’s Department is Sheriff Michael Bodenbender; and Law Enforcement & Security Tactics students Samantha Burdine (Hilltop); and Veronika Mangotic (Delta). Four County Career Center wishes to express its’ appreciation for the courageous efforts of the men and women on the fire and emergency medical squads. The duties they perform take a special kind of courage and dedication.

© 2014 – 2016, The Village Reporter and/or Associated Press (AP). All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.


Be the first to comment on "Four County Hosts Appreciation Dinner For Ridgeville Township Fire & EMT Departments"

Leave a Reply