Thanks for making this year’s Giving Tree a success

It takes a village.

The Buckley Fire Association Giving Tree is complete for 2019. It goes without saying that the generosity of this community makes it wholly possible! The community of Buckley really stepped up this year.

We were able to do it all based on the donations received! Thank you to Letecia Wallgren, Mary Toney, Ike and Sheila Bazzar, Dustin and Jubilee Olson, Glacier Fire Protection LLC, Susan Eaton, Rebecca Kling DVM, Buckley Feed and Farm, Elk Head Brewing Co., Hal and Tracy Gordon/Robins, Kathy Goenen, Mr. Bills of Buckley, Duane Kindelspire, Buckley Eagles #1387, Dennis Ross DVM, Foothills Veterinary Hospital, Weeks Funeral Home, Strickland and Sons Excavating, Western Self Storage Buckley, Gary and Gail Gladden, Meagan Rhoades, Gale and Donna Knight, Big Burger Teriyaki, Matt and Rita McCollum, Buckley Log Show, Jacob and Emily, Buckley LEA, Dave Schmidt and all of the unsung heroes that made this possible.

William Boyle,

Buckley

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