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Club buys Summit Hill Fire Department a new tool

Published November 23. 2011 05:01PM

St. Gabriel Italian Club of Summit Hill donated $1,400 to the Summit Hill Fire Department, and the club's auxiliary donated another $200, so that the fire department can purchase a new hydraulics forcible entry tool. Summit Hill Fire Chief Shawn Hoben said the tool will help with forcible entry into buildings with industrial-style doors. Hoben, center, accepts check from Vincent Valentini, president of the St. Gabriel Club. Looking on are, l-r, Larry Black, fire company president; Victor Leonzi, St. Gabriel's vice president; Anthony Rutch, the club's financial secretary; Beth Turner, auxiliary president; Sheryl Romanouski, auxiliary treasurer; Snitzer Bennyoff, auxiliary first vice president; and Angela McGlinchy, auxiliary secretary. Hoben said the tool costs over $1,500.

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