More than 80 local children received brand new winter coats thanks to Marysville Professional Firefighters, IAFF Local 3219. Here, Capt. Samuel Eagle gives a high five to first-grader Bentley Murphy. (Contributed photo)

More than 80 local children received brand new winter coats thanks to Marysville Professional Firefighters, IAFF Local 3219. Here, Capt. Samuel Eagle gives a high five to first-grader Bentley Murphy. (Contributed photo)

Firefighters give coats to Liberty first-graders

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