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July 24, 2012


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Fire happened in October not only. Children will play with fire and matches and lighters and they need to teach fire safety.

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when fire folk remind us to change our smoke alarm batteries. But, it's a year round issue, everyone.

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Fires don't only happen in October. Kids will play with fire and matches and lighters and they need to be taught fire safety.

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There is nothing that makes the Fire Safety Dogs and I more happier than you sharing their work and their programs that help keep children fire safe!

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