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Blue Creek Volunteer Firefighters Host Breakfast

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Dozens of people sat down to breakfast with the Blue Creek Volunteer Fire Department Sunday morning.

From 7 AM to 12 PM, the volunteer unit hosted an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast to raise funds for additional fire equipment. Families also had the opportunity to learn about fire safety. Attendees toured the different equipment and fire engines. For many people, it was their first time being in the station since it was built in 2012.

"We're just having fun giving tours of the station, because there's some people in our area who haven't seen our new fire station that we've been in probably almost a year now. So, kind of a fun day for all the kids and for everybody in the community," said Patrick Branger, a volunteer firefighter.

The Blue Creek volunteer firefighters travel to local schools and even have a clown program to help teach fire safety to children.

 

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