Doolittle (MO) Lions Club Donates 6 Acres of Land to the Doolittle Rural Fire Protection District

The project, which has been in the works since last year, saves the department thousands of dollars.

The Doolittle Lions Club has donated approximately six acres of land to the Doolittle (MO) Rural Fire Protection District.

The project, which has been in the works since last year, not only saves the department thousands of dollars, but it aims to allow the construction of a larger station in the near future.

“As you know, land is very hard to come by in the Doolittle area and we couldn’t be more appreciative of this donation,” the district wrote on Facebook.

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