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This month, Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services will be participating in the “Project Breathe” program.

hopes to raise enough money this month to outfit each of its "first-out" trucks with oxygen mask kits.

During the month of September, the department is participating in the "Project Breathe" donation program to provide pet oxygen mask kits to first responders. For every kit purchased through donations, , which started the program, will donate one kit.

"Our overall goal is to raise enough money for roughly 15 kits," Cherokee County firefighter Erik Mork said. "I'd like each "first-out" fire truck in the county to carry one kit. The masks are compatible with our supplemental oxygen equipment and are reusable."

Project Breathe donation boxes are available in the following locations:

Michelle Travis September 02, 2012 at 01:59 PM
Is there a vet hospital in Canton participating?????
Pamela Roberts September 02, 2012 at 02:51 PM
What an awesome and worthy project!
Cheryl Bishop Richer September 02, 2012 at 08:44 PM
Hickory Flat animal hospital is on East Cherokee in Canton, E. Cherokee & 140, I believe, Publix,Walgreens, Cvs, empty building at each corner, right behind empty building, b4 you get to Goodwill store.

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