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TOLEDO, OH (Toledo News Now) -
in the Toledo area are still stepping up to show support for the Toledo Fire
Department, and the families of fallen firefighters Stephen Machcinski and
City Food and Brewery will donate 10 percent of all purchases made Feb. 10-13
to the Toledo Fire and Rescue Foundation.
did four days because usually what happens is one day, people got things they
are tending to, but with the four days, you've got your options," said Scott McDole,
partnering manager at Granite City.
will donate 10 percent from all meals and anything purchased there. Customers
just have to mention their flyer or the firefighter fund.
of us had a loss in life," McDole said. "I had one, and it impacts me. So I can
only imagine what the families (of Machcinski and Dickman) are going through.
Anything we can do to help out is huge."
local company, Jupmode, is making sure the entire community can show they are ‘Toledo
Strong' by selling
custom T-shirts to raise money for firefighters' families.
Lt. Matt Hertzfeld says things may never return to normal for the department or
the city. There will be a new normal, and the shirts will help keep Machcinski
and Dickman's memories alive.
says the ‘Toledo Strong' motto on the shirts is fitting.
think it says a lot about the community, the way they rallied around us as
firefighters, the way they supported us, all the things," he said. "It think it's
easily summed up as Toledo Strong. We're there for each other. What more can be
shirts cost $20 and proceeds go to the Toledo Fire and Rescue Foundation.