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Home Depot Donates Equipment and Materials to Citrus County Fire Rescue

By Meaghan Goepferich Posted on May 11, 2021

In April, The Home Depot #6332 in Crystal River donated five heavy duty direct drive drum fans to Citrus County Fire Rescue (CCFR).

Home Depot Donates Equipment and Materials to Citrus County Fire Rescue

These fans, which have a value of approximately $1,095, will be used in fire station bays at Station 9 (DeRosa), Station 20 (Pine Ridge), Station 3 (Homosassa), Station 23 (Kensington), and Station 5 (Hernando).

Since 2019, this Home Depot location has donated approximately $3,865 worth of materials and equipment to CCFR. The donated items have included 165 smoke alarms, 3 gas grills, lumber, paint, and other supplies. CCFR appreciates every contribution they have received and looks forward to continuing to work with The Home Depot as a community partner.

To learn more about Citrus County Fire Rescue services, call (352) 527-5406.

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