KHSAR saves multiple members of one family

"I'm proud to call the KHSAR team my superheroes" family member

Dear Editor,

Thank you to the Kent Harrison Search and Rescue team for all their hard work.

In 2010, you rescued my brother and his wife and had to rescue my other brother Derek who had passed away. This weekend, you were there to rescue my husband Stan, daughter Danica, Son Atlee and granddaughters Hailee and Lilee, and of course our puppy Peaches too. (see story, page 3).

Thank you for your dedication, hard work and for everything you do. You help save lives as well as help people who are simply in more deep than they can handle.

I’m proud to call the KHSAR team my superheroes in so many more ways than one. Thank you for everything and all that you do.

The Fox Family

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