Exchange Club recognizes those who serve
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Gathered for a group picture are the award recipients of Saturday's Corning Exchange Club Annual Police and Firefighter Awards Banquet, sitting from left, Red Bluff Firefighter Dave Griffiths, CHP Office Supervisor Coral Ferrin, CHP Officer Shaun Hoover, Walt Mansell, Corning Firefighter Flint Nichols, Corning Fire Dispatcher Frank Rua; standing from left, Red Bluff Firefighter Wesley Morgan, D.A. Legal Secretary Debbie Allard, Tehama County Volunteer Firefighter Jeanine Hart, Red Bluff Police Officer Matt Coker, Fish and Wildlife Warden Mitchell Carlson, Corning Rural Firefighter Roy Geer, Corning Police Officer Ian Anderson, CalFire Firefighter Kevin Oliver, Sheriff's Volunteer Melissa Hernandez Velazquez, Corning Community Service Officer Ron Robbins, and Mistress of Ceremonies Linda Watkins-Bennett. Not pictured is Sheriff's Deputy Stephen Hoag and Red Bluff Police Dispatcher Cindy Spurgeon.
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Exchange Club recognizes those who serve.
Not often do the men and women who work in public safety receive the positive recognition they deserve.
On Saturday evening, several of those who serve in that field in Tehama County did receive much appreciated recognition during the Corning Exchange Club's annual Police and Firefighter . Read Exchange Club recognizes those who serve...