Adams Electric donates first aid kits to Cumberland Township Police Department

Adams Electric Cooperative employees have donated 12 Individual First Aid Kits (IFAK) to the Cumberland Township Police Department. The kits, normally worn as a backpack, contain essential life-saving materials, including bleeding control and major wound treatments.

The police department is looking to expand its officers’ individual equipment, including providing external bulletproof vests with Level III plates (hard armor), which are typically used in active shooter-type incidents, and individual first aid kits to attach to each vest.

Featured Image Caption: Accepting the donation are, from left, Cumberland Township Manager Dave Blocher, Patrolman Ryan Eiker, and Chief Matt Trostel from Adams Electric CEO/General Manager Steve Rasmussen, Communications/Member Relations Coordinator Kami Noel, and Purchasing/Work Order Coordinator Tasha Sanders.

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Donate Gardner, freelance reporter, came to Gettysburg in 2021 from Montgomery County, Maryland. A former linguist-turned-legal professional, Donate recently retired from the corporate world and is eager to support her new community in a variety of ways. As an immigrant born, raised, and educated in Germany, Donate still maintains a strong connection to the German language as a freelance writer and translator. Donate is an active musician and has made her new home in Gettysburg available to host house concerts for traveling musicians and local artists in need of support. Donate and her husband have two daughters and three grandchildren.

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