By ROBERT S. MERRILL
National Fire Prevention Week kicks off locally on Monday, Oct. 7, with several school classes and other groups touring the local fire station.
Fire commissioners and firemen will lead the tours. They will continue all month and besides students, tours will include various church and scouting groups, said local fire marshal Scott Martin.
Anyone wanting information about tours for children and adults and information on fire safety can contact Martin at 208-852-3111 or fire commission chair Kim Crockett at 208-852-1511 and leave a message.
Crockett said he wants the fire prevention message to continue to get out to the public. The tours for all these groups at the fire station are somewhat unique, he said.
“If any organization, including classroom units, want or desire information regarding fire prevention they can contact either me or Martin and we’ll make arrangements to go to the schools or other places. We’ll even make arrangements to go to LDS Relief Society meetings or other functions to discuss fire safety.”
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