Heating & Holiday Fire Safety Workshop

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Heating, cooking, entertaining, and decorating are all a part of the holiday season in Northern Michigan.  Unfortunately, these long-standing traditions may increase your chances of fire.

Please join the Grand Traverse Metro Fire Department, Disability Network, and Grand Traverse Industries/Lis’n Program on Wednesday, November 28 from 5:30pm-7:00pm at Station 11 (off of Veteran’s Drive)

Learn simple fire safety tips on how to keep your home and loved ones safe during this holiday season.

(ASL interpreter and CART services provided)

Watch a dramatic video that illustrates what happens when fire touches a dry tree vs. a well-watered tree experience an interactive cooking safety display

Learn why heating equipment is one of the leading causes of home fire deaths

Enter to win a FREE Silent Call Smoke Alarm/Bed Shaker! ($130 value)

To reserve your seat at this event please email Bonnie.  Include "Fire Prevention Event" in the subject line along with your name and contact information in the email.

Special thanks to the Disability Network Northern Michigan for providing CART services, the Quota International Club for refreshments, and to Leanne Baumeler and Tom Hoxie, nationally certified ASL interpreters for volunteering their services.

 

 

 

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