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CHS Quarterback Club Give Back To First Responders

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Columbia Quarterback Club’s Bob Hill, center, presents a $500 donation to Columbia first responders (police, fire and EMS), left to right, T,J. Weik, Patrick Lenz, Shayne Carrol, Brendan Schumacher, Jerry Paul, Wes Mathany, Casey Jahr, Collin Wehrenberg and Josh Rushing.
Columbia Quarterback Club’s Bob Hill, center, presents a $500 donation to Columbia first responders (police, fire and EMS), left to right, T,J. Weik, Patrick Lenz, Shayne Carrol, Brendan Schumacher, Jerry Paul, Wes Mathany, Casey Jahr, Collin Wehrenberg and Josh Rushing.

The Columbia Quarterback Club donated $500 to Columbia’s first responders. Monroe County Coroner Bob Hill (representing the QB Club) presented the check to Police Chief Jerry Paul at halftime of Friday night’s high school football game. The Quarterback Club makes an annual donation split between the police, fire and EMS.  

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