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State Farm Insurance Donates To Mansfield Safety Town

Story By: Greg Heindel

 

 

 
 
 
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  Original Published: 3/18/2014

Mansfield Safety Town is a financial step closer to being able to afford its $10,000 cost of this summer's sessions. Local State Farm Insurance Agents Jason Guilliams, Marc Lamoreaux, a Deb Carpenter and Drebra Gwizdowski with the Brian Gates agency presented checks totalling $1,550 Tuesday to Safety Town Director Ginger Antrican, Mayor Tim Theaker, and Police Chief Ken Coontz. Mansfield Safety Town is funded solely through donations. The State Farm agents also donated coloring books to give to the four and five-year-old children who participate in Safety Town. The program starts June 16th, with three separate sessions through July, at Brinkerhoff School. Each session can take 75 children, so that's 225 who will have fun while they learn life-preserving lessons.

   
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