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Cherokee County Fire Wins Guns and Hoses Run

Cherokee County Fire Chief, Tim Prather, receives the trophy from Kate Borden, Recreation Coordinator with Cherokee County Parks and Recreation Department.
Cherokee County Fire Chief, Tim Prather, receives the trophy from Kate Borden, Recreation Coordinator with Cherokee County Parks and Recreation Department. (click image for slideshow)
February 25, 2017 | Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services won the 2016 Guns and Hoses Run that was held today at Hobgood Park.  Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services had the most runners to sign up for the event to take home the winning trophy Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services and the Cherokee County Sheriff’s Office solicit registrations from runners to raise money for charity. The event was open to the public and runners were asked to pick the team they wanted to run for, Guns or Hoses, and part of their registration fee was donated to an area charity. ... (read complete story)

Cherokee County Field Operations Chief, Greg Erdely, is all
Cherokee County Field Operations Chief, Greg Erdely, is all "thumbs up" as he crosses the finish line.
Cherokee County Fire Chiefs pose for a photo with members and leaders of the Goshen Valley Boys Ranch.
Cherokee County Fire Chiefs pose for a photo with members and leaders of the Goshen Valley Boys Ranch.
Cherokee County Battalion Chief, Ricky Collett, helps his grandson to the finish line.
Cherokee County Battalion Chief, Ricky Collett, helps his grandson to the finish line.
Cherokee County Administrative Assistant, Laura King, is all smiles as she sees the finish line.
Cherokee County Administrative Assistant, Laura King, is all smiles as she sees the finish line.
The gun fires and the runners start the race.
The gun fires and the runners start the race.
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