From left, Lake Norman Chamber Board Chairman Callan H. Bryan; North Mecklenburg Rescue Squad recipient Michael Tessar;, Chamber President Bill Russell; Crime Stopper Board Chairman Tommy Davis; Huntersville Fire Chief Larry Irvin; firefighter Henry Cook; Huntersville Mayor John Aneralla; Huntersville Police Officer Jesse Helms and Maj. Barry Graham; Davidson Capt. Steve Ingram; Davidson Detective James Stokes; Cornelius Lemley Deputy Fire Chief Guerry Barbee; Cornelius Lemley firefighters Ricky Overcash and Peter Blaich; Davidson Fire Chief Bo Fitzgerald; Davidson firefighter Billy Todd; Davidson Mayor John Woods; and Cornelius Mayor Chuck Travis.
From left, Lake Norman Chamber Board Chairman Callan H. Bryan; North Mecklenburg Rescue Squad recipient Michael Tessar;, Chamber President Bill Russell; Crime Stopper Board Chairman Tommy Davis; Huntersville Fire Chief Larry Irvin; firefighter Henry Cook; Huntersville Mayor John Aneralla; Huntersville Police Officer Jesse Helms and Maj. Barry Graham; Davidson Capt. Steve Ingram; Davidson Detective James Stokes; Cornelius Lemley Deputy Fire Chief Guerry Barbee; Cornelius Lemley firefighters Ricky Overcash and Peter Blaich; Davidson Fire Chief Bo Fitzgerald; Davidson firefighter Billy Todd; Davidson Mayor John Woods; and Cornelius Mayor Chuck Travis. John McHugh Ocaid Photography
From left, Lake Norman Chamber Board Chairman Callan H. Bryan; North Mecklenburg Rescue Squad recipient Michael Tessar;, Chamber President Bill Russell; Crime Stopper Board Chairman Tommy Davis; Huntersville Fire Chief Larry Irvin; firefighter Henry Cook; Huntersville Mayor John Aneralla; Huntersville Police Officer Jesse Helms and Maj. Barry Graham; Davidson Capt. Steve Ingram; Davidson Detective James Stokes; Cornelius Lemley Deputy Fire Chief Guerry Barbee; Cornelius Lemley firefighters Ricky Overcash and Peter Blaich; Davidson Fire Chief Bo Fitzgerald; Davidson firefighter Billy Todd; Davidson Mayor John Woods; and Cornelius Mayor Chuck Travis. John McHugh Ocaid Photography

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