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Firearm store hosts treats first responders, military to lunch

GM Firearms and Gunsmithing invited military personnel and first responders to a free lunch in Wathena, Kansas.

Posted: Aug 4, 2018 11:11 PM
Updated: Aug 4, 2018 11:30 PM

(WATHENA, Kan.) GM Firearms and Gunsmithing invited military personnel and first responders to a free lunch Saturday afternoon.

The lunch was held in appreciation to all fire, police, E-M-T and military personnel. Shop owner, Gary Clark, said it is an important to show appreciation to those who defend our freedoms.

"[We want]..to show appreciation for our military services members and law enforcement, and our customers as well and all the firemen and EMTs and first responders," Clark said. "We just felt like they deserved a day we could call theirs and provide lunch for them."

Hot dogs, chips and a drink were served free of charge to all service personnel.

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