Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services donated its winnings from the annual Guns and Hoses 5K to Goshen Valley on Thursday morning. From left, Fire Chief Tim Prather, Assistant Fire Chief Eddie Robinson, Goshen Valley Community Engagement Coordinator Evan Ingram, Goshen Valley Interim Executive Director Zach Blend and Chief of Field Operations Shane West.

Cherokee County Fire and Emergency Services donated $2,244 to Goshen Valley Boys Ranch Thursday.

The check, which was the fire department’s winnings from the 16th annual Guns and Hoses 5K, was presented to Goshen Valley’s Interim Executive Director Zach Blend and Community Engagement Coordinator Evan Ingram.

The fire department has raised $31,858 for Goshen Valley since 2014, donating their winnings from the 5K every year.

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