Nearly 40 local children received brand new winter coats today thanks to Marysville Professional Firefighters IAFF Local 3219. (Contributed photo)

Nearly 40 local children received brand new winter coats today thanks to Marysville Professional Firefighters IAFF Local 3219. (Contributed photo)

Firefighters deliver warmth

Marysville Professional Firefighters IAFF Local 3219 gave out nearly 40 new union- and USA-made coats to children at Marshall Elementary School before the winter holiday break. The gift was made possible through a partnership with national nonprofit Operation Warm. In October, firefighters provided more than 80 coats to first-graders at Liberty Elementary School.

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