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September 15, 2006

Thomasville-  First responders in the Thomasville area were honored Friday for their lifesaving work. 

The Thomasville area Board of Realtors held a lunch Friday in honor of area fire fighters, EMT's, and law enforcement officers. The effort became a tradition after September 11th. 

"It is a way to thank the first responders for what they do for us. There's out there making our community a better place to live everyday," said Lorie Hodges, Pres. Thomasville Area Board of Realtors. 

Because they keep the community safe, responders were treated to ribs, chicken, rice, and salad.

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