First, thank you to the Hancock County Community Foundation for their recent grant of $3000 for, among other things, modification and equipping of our new disaster trailer. Throughout our existence they have provided tremendous support and encouragement.
It was nearly three years ago that the board started to pursue the acquisition of a trailer that could provide bathroom and shower facilities, minor food service and an operations center during times of emergency in the County. Now that we have been able to reach our goal of acquiring this trailer, it is time to recognize those who made it all possible.
Bradley United Methodist Church made the initial investment in January 2019. Since then, both Hancock County Community Foundation and Hancock Regional Health made donations in 2019 and 2021. Additional donations came in from Vickie Schmidt, Bob Benefiel, Greenfield Sertoma Club and several other individuals.
If you would like to see what all the fuss is about, we plan to have the trailler on display at the following events:
-Green Township Pork Chop Dinner July 17 (tentative)
-Safety Day at the Fairgrounds July 21
-McCordsville Community Day August 6 (tentative-space permitting)
-Sugar Creek Fire Safety Day September 25
Hancock County COAD Team