With students looking on, Warrior Elementary School receives smoke detectors that will go to students’ homes. From left is Warrior Fire Chief Clay Neely; Stewart Lee with State Farm, who donated money for the detectors; WFD Lt. Lee Kilgore; Richard Love, who donated money for the detectors; Warrior Elementary principal Dr. Joe Garner; WFD Lt. Josh Myles; and WES kindergarten teacher Connie Fuller.
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