CHARLOTTE – Waltonwood Cotswold personally delivered a meal Aug. 30 to Fire Station 14 to thank firefighters for their lifesaving actions.
“Fire Station 14 serves our community, and we wanted to show them how thankful we are for their daily sacrifices and services,” said Nichola Johnson, executive director of Waltonwood Cotswold. “Emergency responders risk their lives for other citizens and are a critical part of any community.”
The Charlotte Fire Department operates out of 42 fire stations and provides fire protection for nearly 800,000 people. The department also educates the public about general safety issues.
“We are thankful to Waltonwood Cotswold for thinking of us by providing lunch for our first-responders,” said Jamar Stroud, captain at Fire Station 14. “We are always ready to assist the senior living community, whether it be in response to a 911 call or providing safety tips to their residents.”