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On behalf of all our sponsors, thanks to all of the participants for making last year’s Mud Volleyball Tournament another success, helping to raise funds for DASA and the continuing efforts of the CCFR Community Outreach.

This past weekend’s heavy rain left quite an impact in our community, and we want to take a moment to make sure you know that the CCFR Community Outreach may be able to help.

For over two decades, we have helped residents in the aftermath of not only fires, but also severe weather events like flooding, tornadoes, hail, and high winds.

If you experienced flooding this past weekend and find yourself struggling to overcome the devastation, we may be able to help. If your insurance isn’t meeting the needs you’re up against, please reach out to us at 636-970-9700 ext. 112 or by email at outreach@centralcountyfire.org to be put in touch with a #ProfessionalFirefighter who will assess your situation and point you in the direction of assistance.

Over the years, we’ve had the privilege of working with some amazing local businesses who specialize in after-flood recovery. Each of these companies has faithfully sponsored the CCFR Community Outreach and proven themselves worthy of our support when we need them:

1-800-BOARDUP
Woodard Cleaning & Restoration
SERVPRO of St. Charles City

Central County Fire & Rescue
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For several years we have been able to adopt families for the holidays through the local elementary schools.

This year we look to help approximately 15 families have a little brighter Christmas by providing needed clothes and some special presents under their tree.

The families have the choice to remain anonymous or Santa lets us drop the gifts off on the fire truck to the kids a couple days before Christmas.