Globe University Student Hosts Stuffed Animal Drive for Fire Department

Since mid-quarter, a donation box was in residence in the commons area of Globe University-Wausau. Inside was a collection of stuffed animals to be distributed to area fire departments to give to children experiencing an accident or fire.

Jayne Bloomer and Deborah Feldbruegge presenting stuffed animals to the Mosinee Fire Chief Josh Klug and EMS Chief Kim Weisman

The stuffed animal drive is the personal project of Jayne Bloomer, a student ambassador from the veterinary technology program. Jayne has also been with the Mosinee Fire Department for eight years as a volunteer emergency medical technician (EMT) and first responder.

In her roles as an EMT and first responder, Jayne has seen firsthand how important the gift of a stuffed animal is for children in traumatic situations.

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