Windsor Firefighters Aim to Raise $20,000 for Local Down Syndrome Foundation

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Windsor Firefighters Jarred Hutch (l) and Corey Donaldson (r) at a calendar signing event along with Hazel (far left) and her younger sister Nola (far right).

The 2019 Windsor Firefighters calendar is now available. The annual fundraising calendar, which features 14 first responders in sexy photos, is produced to support a growing charity in the region. This year, the Chasing Hazel Foundation will be the beneficiary.

The Chasing Hazel Foundation was created by Stephanie and Matt Seguin to educate and raise awareness about the importance of individuals with Down Syndrome. It was named after their daughter Hazel.

The not-for-profit group was created by Stephanie Seguin and her husband Matt, and is named after their daughter Hazel.

The photos were taken by local photographer Ahmad Taam earlier this summer.

Last year’s calendar raised $15,000 for the Fight Like Mason Foundation, but this year’s goal is $20,000. The funds will be used to provide speech pathologists to work with children suffering from down syndrome.

Calendars are $10 each and have been available since October and there will be meet and greets with firefighters across the city.

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Jared and Corey along with Stephanie Seguin (l), who is the founder of The Chasing Hazel Foundation.
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Left to right: firefighter Dan Sementilli, Lauren Sivitter who purchased a calendar at an event, John Day – firefighter and cover model, and firefighter Phil Gatti.

In other Windsor Firefighter event news, don’t forget the Windsor Firefighters’ Annual Chilifest on Nov. 15 at St. Clair College Centre of The Arts:

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