The New Hampshire Credit Union League along with 11 wish children and volunteers from the Make-A-Wish Foundation® of New Hampshire will meet with firefighters throughout the state on Wednesday, November 19, 2008 at 3:30 p.m. to honor and thank New Hampshire firefighters for all they do.
From Manchester to Berlin, New Hampshire firefighters have enriched the lives of wish children by providing experiences ranging from fire station tours to fire truck escorts for wish children traveling to airports for trips and adventures that fire departments have sponsored. To thank firefighters, wish children will present each fire station with a copy of the 2009 Make-A-Wish® New Hampshire Raffle Calendar. Proceeds from calendar sales, which are available at many credit unions throughout New Hampshire, will assist the NHCUL in reaching their 2009 fundraising goal of $150,000 for Make-A-Wish Foundation® of New Hampshire.
WHAT: Celebrate Honor Heroes Day sponsored by NHCUL
WHEN: Wednesday, November 19th at 3:30 p.m.
BERLIN FIRE DEPT., 263 Main St. Wish child – Brendan, age 10 of Whitfield
CONCORD FIRE DEPT., 150 North St. Wish Child – Brenden, age 9 of Concord
DERRY FIRE DEPT., 131 E. Broadway. Wish Child – Taylor, age 8 of Derry
KEENE FIRE DEPT., 32 Vernon St. Wish Child – Nicholas, age 6 of Keene
MANCHESTER FIRE DEPT., 100 Merrimack St. Wish children – Stephanie, age 16 of Hookset and Zachary, age 14 of Bedford
NASHUA FIRE RESCUE, 70 E. Hollis St. Wish Children – Anna, age 6 of Nashua and Sarah, age 27 of Hooksett
PORTSMOUTH FIRE DEPT., 170 Court St. Wish Child – Hannah, age 10 of Dover
ROCHESTER FIRE DEPT., 37 Wakefield St. Wish Children – Barbara, age 16 of Barrington and Teagan, age 8 of Dover
VISUAL: Wish children greet and celebrate their local firefighters; children present Calendars; local fire departments provide tours to wish children and families.
The New Hampshire Credit Union League is a trade association that represents the state’s credit unions. Credit unions are consumer-owned cooperatives that offer a wide variety of financial services to their members.
Posted by Robert Kimmett on 11/19 at 05:37 AM