Scouts Visit The Clark Fire Department

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CLARK — Daisy Troop 425 and sister Brownie Troop 791 recently visited the Clark Firehouse located on Broadway.

Deputy Chief Robert Venturella and Firefighter Thomas Campbell demonstrated what a firefighter looks like in full turnout gear when entering a house on fire, so the girls would not be afraid of them. The firefighters also explained how their turnout gear protects them from getting hurt. Other topics that were discussed were fire prevention and evacuation plans.

After the demonstration, the girls were eager to take a tour of a fire truck. Upon leaving the fire department, every scout received a Fire Station Tour patch, a fire detector, fire hat and many other special treats provided by the Clark Fire Department. The girls thanked Deputy Chief Venturella and Firefighter Campbell for helping their community.

Pictured above, Deputy Chief Robert Venturella poses for a photo with Daisy Troop 425 and Brownie Troop 791 (Photo courtesy of Alicia Scipioni, troop leader for Daisy Troop 425)


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