Community comes together

Courtesy photos Bob Dilling, secretary of the Phoenix Volunteer Fire Company, Hollidaysburg, presented certificates of appreciation to volunteers who prepared and donated food for firefighters and EMTs during the Feb. 1 fire at an apartment building on Bedford Street in Hollidaysburg. Absent from the photos are Dave Zeek, fire company president; Tony DiBona, fire chief; and Rod Eastep Sr., rehabilitation coordinator for the fire company. In the photo on the left, Dilling is shown with Jim Peters, owner of Best Way Pizza, Duncansville. In the photo on the right, Dilling is shown with Shelly Endendijk, assistant manager of Donut Connection, Hollidaysburg. Below left, Dilling is shown with Tyler Krill, manager of Sheetz, Hollidaysburg. Below right, Dilling is shown with Rick Pope, supervisor of maintenance for the Borough of Hollidaysburg.

Courtesy photos

Bob Dilling, secretary of the Phoenix Volunteer Fire Company, Hollidaysburg, presented certificates of appreciation to volunteers who prepared and donated food for firefighters and EMTs during the Feb. 1 fire at an apartment building on Bedford Street in Hollidaysburg. Absent from the photos are Dave Zeek, fire company president; Tony DiBona, fire chief; and Rod Eastep Sr., rehabilitation coordinator for the fire company.

In the photo on the left, Dilling is shown with Jim Peters, owner of Best Way Pizza, Duncansville. In the photo on the right, Dilling is shown with Shelly Endendijk, assistant manager of Donut Connection, Hollidaysburg.

Below left, Dilling is shown with Tyler Krill, manager of Sheetz, Hollidaysburg. Below right, Dilling is shown with Rick Pope, supervisor of maintenance for the Borough of Hollidaysburg.

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