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By Matthew Stephens
Cheney Free Press 

Large grant awarded to help victims of the Gray Fire

Walmart Foundation awards grant

 

Last updated 12/21/2023 at 1:35pm

Matthew Stephens

Gerri Johnson is joined by Airway Heights city leaders and members of the Wal-Mart team after being presented with a $150,000 grant to help victims of the Gray Fire.

AIRWAY HEIGHTS - The Walmart Foundation has donated $150,000 to Re*Imagine Medical Lake to help the not-for-profit with providing resources to Gray Fire victims.

Organization President Gerri Johnson was presented the check Thursday, Dec. 14.

The funds are meant to assist with recovery and response following the Aug. 18 fire that damaged or destroyed more than 240 homes and other structures.

"I'm seeing the families every day," Johnson said. "Not only is the financial aspect inspirational, but the homeowners that have lost everything, it makes them realize that you think about them.

"And no...



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