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From left: Boys and Girls Club representatives David Gohn, Emily Grisham, and Dakota Crow, AirMedCare Vice President of Member Services Keith Hovey, and Boys and Girls Club board member Greg Beykirch. (ORN Photo)

From left: Boys and Girls Club representatives David Gohn, Emily Grisham, and Dakota Crow, AirMedCare Vice President of Member Services Keith Hovey, and Boys and Girls Club board member Greg Beykirch. (ORN Photo)

(West Plains) – The AirMedCare group, which owns medical air lifting services Med-Trans, Eagle Med, and Air Evac, has donated $10,000 to the Boys and Girls Club of the Greater West Plains Area’s Founder’s Campaign.

The donation was announced on Wednesday morning at the Air Evac Membership Services building in West Plains.

AirMedCare has over 200 aircraft locations across 26 states, with more than 1,300,000 network members.

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