Sunday, October 8, 2023
Sparky the Fire Dog gets in a photo with (l-r) Adam, Henry, Helen, Michael, Eliot and Alex. Photo courtesy of Chris Flood.
The Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Company hosted Fire Prevention Day at the Bandstand Oct. 8. Audrey Smith, 8 months old, was happy to smile for mom. CHRIS FLOOD PHOTOS
ndian River Volunteer Fire Company was on hand for the event. Shown are (l-r) fireman Greg Ryan, auxiliary member Susan Messick, auxiliary President Kimberly Messick, fireman Todd Selby, fireman Justin Mader and firewoman Leah Mader.
Rehoboth Beach Police officers Rob Scisco, left, and Bryan Reynolds. Photo courtesy of Chris Flood
Fire Prevention Day in Rehoboth Beach around the Bandstand
The Rehoboth Beach Volunteer Fire Company hosted its Annual Fire Prevention Day commencing 9 a.m. on Saturday, Oct. 8th at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand. All ages were welcome to attend.
Guests were able to see fire trucks, firefighters, personal watercraft used for water rescues, police officers, EMTs and many more public servants who work hard every day to help keep individuals and families safe. Anyone interested in joining the fire company or another local company is encouraged to stop by and talk to any member at any respective fire company booth.
Service providers included members of the Sussex County Emergency Medical Services; fire companies from Indian River, Lewes, Rehoboth Beach Police Department, and more.
“Cooking safety starts with YOU. Pay attention to fire prevention™,” is the 2023 theme and works to educate everyone about simple but important actions they can take to keep themselves and those around them safe when cooking.
Research tells us that cooking fires is the leading cause of home fires and home injuries!
Unattended cooking is the leading cause of cooking fires and deaths.
Cooking safety is of utmost importance.
Illustrated herewith are photographs of day’s activities.
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