Muscatine Fire Department presents pink helmet to breast cancer survivor Allison McCleery

Muscatine Fire fighter Craig Chelf and breast cancer survivor Allison McCleery. [courtesy @CityOfMuscatine]

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Muscatine Firefighter Craig Chelf and members of the Spring Hill, Tennessee Fire Department presented former Muscatine resident Allison McCleery with a signed Pink Helmet from the members of Muscatine Fire Department after her courageous battle with breast cancer.

McCleery is currently in remission with this symbol of hometown support a reminder of her victory against breast cancer. Congratulations Allison!