The Central Alexander Fire Department was the recipient of a donation from Life Connections of the Carolinas (DASH Mentoring). The mentors and students held a car wash Sept. 22, 2018, to raise funds for the purchase of animal rescue masks, for animal victims of smoke inhalation. A good turnout brought in $300 for the project, which will obtain masks through Invisible Fencing's Project Breathe. Main Street Tire Pros, Main Avenue Chiropractic, Advance Auto Parts assisted the project.
Source: The Taylorsville Times (Oct. 31, 2018) Edition Page 3A