Contributions in past years have been 1 or 2 percent. But the department responded to the challenge and met her goal.
On Monday, Donahoe lived up to her part of the bargain. She took a position on a mat in the station's training room to receive a three-second zap from a stun gun.
The Columbian reported she let out a squeal and felt shaken but said it was a small price to pay for something so important to the community.
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