Kearny Rotary makes donation to local fire department

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The Kearny Volunteer Fire Department was the recent recipient of a very generous donation from the Kearny Rotary Club. The Club donated a hydrant diffuser valued at $1,100 to the department. The diffuser is used for mandatory testing and the department did not have one. Pictured using the diffuser are volunteer firefighters Tim Gotto, left, and Alyssa Romero.

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