I want to thank the City of Dayton for allowing us to be a part of the Dayton Senior Picnic, which was held September 14th at the VFW Hall. We had a great time and it was good to see our many friends. October is Fire Prevention Month and this year's theme is " DON'T WAIT- CHECK THE DATE! You are encouraged to replace Smoke Alarms every 10 years. Check the manufacturer's date on the back of your smoke alarm.
At one time we were able to provide smoke alarms at no cost to our communities, however, our source no longer provides these alarms. Smoke alarms are generally inexpensive (in the $6 - $10 range), and are well worth the expense in alerting you and your family in case of a fire emergency. Here are some more tips about smoke alarms:
During the month Fireman Joe will be providing tours of the firehouse and safety classes at the firehouse and or in the schools, churches and community centers. To arrange a program, station tour or lesson, contact Fireman Joe at Stambushj@hotmail.com . I maintain office hours on Wednesday from 7a to 4p and always glad to provide fire and life safety information upon request.
I also want to thank all who supported our fundraiser on September 22nd at Darkness Brewing as we had the honor of serving as Guest Bartenders. We had a blast. The support we receive from our community is very much appreciated; after all we are here for YOU.
Until next time,
About Fireman Joe
Lieutenant Joe Stambush is a 48 year veteran in the industry of Fire/EMS, while serving with the Campbell County, Erlanger, Point Pleasant and Bromley Fire Departments.