City of Bolivar Receives Donation of Masks for First Responder Agencies throughout the County

Updated: Sep 11

Representatives from the Bolivar Police Department, Silerton Fire Department, Hardeman County EMS, Hardeman County Sheriff's Department, and Toone Fire & Police Departments receive donated masks

The City of Bolivar is proud to announce the receipt of 10,000 masks donated by the First Responder Children’s Foundation (FRCF) in partnership with MaskClub by Trevco.

The Bolivar Fire Department requested the donation of 8,500 masks through the FRCF for distribution to all Hardeman County first responder agencies. The FRCF went far and above the initial request increasing the donation of masks to 10,000 and adding 500 face shields and medical gowns to the request.

“We are thankful for organizations like the First Responder Children’s Foundation for their continuous support of all of our first responders. As a rural community in an economically distressed county, the donation of these supplies to protect our first responders as they are doing their jobs is vital and so very appreciated,” said Mayor Julian McTizic.

The donation will be distributed to the Hardeman County Sheriff’s Office, Hardeman County Ambulance Service, Hardeman County Rescue Squad, the Bolivar Fire Department, our nine (9) volunteer fire departments, and seven (7) police departments throughout the county according to McTizic. #FirstRespondersStrong

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