Oneida County Sheriff’s Office Receives Lions Club Donation
Anthony Ciotti, President of the Rome Lions Club and Representative for the District 20Y Lions, presented Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol with a Fog Master Fogger and along with a quantity of fogging sanitizing solution. This equipment will be used to sanitize emergency response vehicles in Oneida County that may become exposed during the current COVID-19 pandemic that is plaguing our entire country. This equipment can also be used to sanitize various public safety buildings.
Similar equipment donations are being made throughout the nation by local Lions CLub representatives and these donations are funded through the Lions CLub International Foundation.
“On behalf of the Sheriff’s Office, I am grateful to President Ciotti and the Lions CLub International for their generous donation of this critical piece of equipment as we do all we can to protect our first responders as they work every day during this pandemic keeping our communities and our people safe & healthy”, according to Sheriff Robert Maciol.
(Pictured below from left to right: Rome Lions Club President Anthony Ciotti and Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol).