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HCFD Thanks Donors

haltom city firerescue logoThe Haltom City Fire/Rescue Department would like to thank the following businesses for donating funds and/or gifts for the first Haltom City Fire/Rescue Awards Banquet. The banquet was held April 12th at Diamond Oaks Country Club.

  • Progressive Waste Solutions
  • Russell Feed Store
  • Frost Bank
  • Diversified Fire Protection
  • Jerry Jones/Dallas Cowboys
  • Diamond Oaks Country Club
  • Paul's Flower Boutique
  • Flawless Faces by Sidney
  • Texas Star Golf Course
  • Bluebonnet Cafe
  • 24-Hour Fitness (NRH)
  • McDonald's (Denton Hwy.)
  • Academy Sports (North Tarrant)
  • State Farm (Bill Carter)
  • Hoffbrau (Haltom City)
  • Sydney Waits
  • O'Reilly Auto Parts
  • JenCare Pharmacy
  • Sprad's Hardware (Haltom City)
  • Schlotzsky's Deli (Haltom City)
  • NRH2O
  • Humperdinks
  • Iron Horse Golf Course
  • Sonic (Haltom City)
  • Boomer Jack's (North Fort Worth)
  • Lone Star Bar-B-Q (Haltom City)
  • Bass Pro Shops (Grapevine)
  • Dillard's Cosmetics (Northeast Mall)
  • Belk (North Tarrant)
  • First Choice Emergency Room

The event was sponsored by the Fire Services Board and the donations were made to the board to pay for the banquet and to use as door prizes.

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