Beacon Hose was thrilled to continue its annual tradition of Fire Prevention Day, when we visit the students at Laurel Ledge during the day and host an open house in the evening.
Members spent the morning and early afternoon at the elementary school, meeting with classes to talk about many fire safety topics. Here are some scenes from the day.
In the evening, we invited Beacon Falls residents to our firehouse for a bunch of demonstrations and hands-on activities. We had an interactive smoke room and an interactive stove fire, and we also had live demonstrations of a vehicle extrication, a grease fire and a house fire. Here are some scenes from the event.
We really appreciate everyone who visited us at our open house, and we hope everyone enjoyed — and learned a little something, too! We can’t wait to do it all again next year. For more fire prevention and smoke detector tips, click here.