Community steps up to help Brussels fire survivors

By Terry Kovarik


Carrie McIntyre’s family lost nearly everything when their Brussels home caught fire Thanksgiving weekend. Now their losses are being offset by community support that’s helping them rebuild their lives.



Geneva McIntyre, Carrie’s daughter, is studying to be a certified nursing assistant at NWTC and lost all of her study materials the fire. Her classmates and the school are making sure she stays on track with her studies.



A fund to help the McIntyre family has been set up at the Nicolet Bank office in Brussels.

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