Red Cross Kicks Off Preparedness Month with Dedication of New Disaster Relief Vehicle

The American Red Cross Lakeland Chapter kicked off National Preparedness Month with the dedication of our new Disaster Relief Vehicle. 

Steve Maricque, Executive Director, thankng Georgia Pacific for their contribution.

Steve Maricque, Executive Director, thanking Georgia Pacific for their contribution.

The event started with the dedication of our new Disaster Relief Vehicle thanks to the lead gift of Georgia Pacific and other contributors. Kelly Wolff, VP Manufacturing Operations of Georgia Pacific spoke along with Steve Maricque, Executive Director, American Red Cross Lakeland Chapter.  A tour was given as well as information on Disaster Preparedness for those in attendance.

 

 

 

Employees of Georgia Pacific with the Disaster Vehicle

Employees of Georgia Pacific with the Disaster Vehicle

 

 

Thank you to the following businesses and individuals for your generosity. We especially want to thank Georgia Pacific for their lead gift in acquiring the vehicle.  

Baycare Health Systems Foundation
Broadway Automotive
Consolidated Construction
Cutlass, LLC-
Jess DeLaurelle
DBA Brook Park Apts.
Dr. Loren or Marian S. Hart 
Foundation
Jerry and Bonnie Franz
Georgia Pacific
Greater Green Bay Community Foundation Inc.
Green Bay Packers
Cathy and Tom Harrison
Hermans Club
Koss Management
Lakewood Super Valu
Bill MacDonald
Maiden Lake Plumbing, Inc
Steven and Janelle Maricque
Harold J. Paye
Rueckl Home Building Center
Schreiber Foods
Larry A. Staszak
Richard H. Stolz
Town of Riverview
Julie A. Yelle
Wal-mart

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