Iota Beta Sorority donates ActionWipes to LFD


Iota Beta Sorority recently purchased ActionWipes for the London Fire Department. The ActionWipes will be used to remove possible carcinogens from exposed areas while still on the scene of a fire. Iota Beta raises money for cancer research. This is the first time Iota Beta donated ActionWipes to those with a higher risk of exposure to carcinogens. From left are, Matt Elflein, Chad Lawhun, Bill Cain, Mike Chamberlain, Michele Popovich, Lt. Jim Penix Jr., Jerri Johnston, Janice Closser, Sherry Wiskirchen, Luana Barker, Marcy Colley, Melinda McKenzie and Julia Smith.

Iota Beta Sorority recently purchased ActionWipes for the London Fire Department. The ActionWipes will be used to remove possible carcinogens from exposed areas while still on the scene of a fire. Iota Beta raises money for cancer research. This is the first time Iota Beta donated ActionWipes to those with a higher risk of exposure to carcinogens. From left are, Matt Elflein, Chad Lawhun, Bill Cain, Mike Chamberlain, Michele Popovich, Lt. Jim Penix Jr., Jerri Johnston, Janice Closser, Sherry Wiskirchen, Luana Barker, Marcy Colley, Melinda McKenzie and Julia Smith.


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Iota Beta Sorority recently purchased ActionWipes for the London Fire Department. The ActionWipes will be used to remove possible carcinogens from exposed areas while still on the scene of a fire. Iota Beta raises money for cancer research. This is the first time Iota Beta donated ActionWipes to those with a higher risk of exposure to carcinogens. From left are, Matt Elflein, Chad Lawhun, Bill Cain, Mike Chamberlain, Michele Popovich, Lt. Jim Penix Jr., Jerri Johnston, Janice Closser, Sherry Wiskirchen, Luana Barker, Marcy Colley, Melinda McKenzie and Julia Smith.

Iota Beta Sorority recently purchased ActionWipes for the London Fire Department. The ActionWipes will be used to remove possible carcinogens from exposed areas while still on the scene of a fire. Iota Beta raises money for cancer research. This is the first time Iota Beta donated ActionWipes to those with a higher risk of exposure to carcinogens. From left are, Matt Elflein, Chad Lawhun, Bill Cain, Mike Chamberlain, Michele Popovich, Lt. Jim Penix Jr., Jerri Johnston, Janice Closser, Sherry Wiskirchen, Luana Barker, Marcy Colley, Melinda McKenzie and Julia Smith.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2017/02/web1_LondonFireDepartmentActionwipespiccol.jpgIota Beta Sorority recently purchased ActionWipes for the London Fire Department. The ActionWipes will be used to remove possible carcinogens from exposed areas while still on the scene of a fire. Iota Beta raises money for cancer research. This is the first time Iota Beta donated ActionWipes to those with a higher risk of exposure to carcinogens. From left are, Matt Elflein, Chad Lawhun, Bill Cain, Mike Chamberlain, Michele Popovich, Lt. Jim Penix Jr., Jerri Johnston, Janice Closser, Sherry Wiskirchen, Luana Barker, Marcy Colley, Melinda McKenzie and Julia Smith. Contributed photo

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