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Stuarts Draft Rescue Squad lands big check from local promotion

The Stuarts Draft Rescue Squad received a $5,000 check from Stuarts Draft Retirement Community as part of a promotion the community offered late last year.

For every apartment or villa rented in October, Stuarts Draft Retirement Community pledged to donate $1,000 to the local rescue squad. The promotion paid off well for the Stuarts Draft Rescue Squad, a volunteer nonprofit organization.

“We are thankful for what the Stuarts Draft Rescue Squad does for Augusta County on a daily basis,” said Leland Brenneman, owner and operator of Stuarts Draft Retirement Community. “The rescue squad has helped us tremendously over the past 15 years, and we are grateful for their commitment to service and excellence.”

Rodney Martin and Leland Brenneman, owners and operators of Stuarts Draft Retirement Community, presented the check to members of the Stuarts Draft Rescue Squad at an informal ceremony. Stuarts Draft Rescue Squad President Jamie Henderson, Rescue Chief Gene Knigge and Immediate Past President Bobby Synder were present.

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