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Quincy Fire Department held a Fire Prevention Week open house on Saturday, October 13, sharing fire safety information, demonstarting the Jaws of Life, holding a smoke alarm raffle, and providing pizza for the children and adults of Quincy. Also participating in the open house were the Quincy Police Department, Fallon Ambulance Company, Quincy Hospital, and Operation Lifesaver rail safety program.

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Sharon open house
Lacey Ronkin and Ava Jacobson with their fire hats and pizza. Credit: Amy Nachbar

Sharon Sparky
Mya Nigrelli and Sparky the Fire Dog Credit: Amy Nachbar

The Sharon Fire Department held an open house last Wednesday, Oct. 10, to celebrate Fire Prevention Week.

There was plenty of pizza, plastic fire hats and goody bags were given to all the children and Sparky the Fire Dog was on hand to pose for pictures with the kids.

Fire Prevention Week ran from Oct. 7-13. This year's theme focused on home fire escape planning and having two ways out of every room in your home. In a fire, if the first way out is blocked, it's important to have another way out to get to safety. Even though FPW is now over, it is important to learn about fire safety all year round!

We would love to see photos from your FPW events, please send them our way!

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