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    I am my Department's Public Fire Education officer, and I'm interested in starting a forum to exchange ideas about teaching fire education in the schools and the community. In Massachusetts, we have the Student Awareness of Fire Education (SAFE) program. It is a fire ed program overseen by the Department of Public Safety, Office of the State Fire Marshall funded by a state grant to put firefighters in the classroom to teach fire and life safety. Through this forum, we can steal/abscond/appropriate and exchange ideas. Take care and be safe...Lt. Gonzo

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    I AM TRYING TO SET UP A SIMILAR PROGRAM AT OUR DEPARTMENT AND COULD SURE USE YOUR HELP. I WOULD LIKE A COPY OF WHATEVER YOU HAVE AVAILABLE AND THAT YOU ARE WILLING TO SHARE, TO HELP ME DEVELOP OUR PROGRAM ALONG A SIMILAR LINE. POLICIES, SOP'S, GUIDELINES, BUDGETARY INFORMATION ANYTHING ALONG THOSE LINES WOULD BE GREAT. YOU CAN CONTACT ME AT FIRELOOEY@HOTMAIL.COM.


    THANK YOU IN ADVANCE FOR YOUR HELP.

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    Holy schnikes......... This has to be one of the oldest threads to be brought back to life!!! And it wasn't Weruj doing it!!

    FYRLT17...... Good job of searching!!!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Lieutenant Gonzo View Post
    I am my Department's Public Fire Education officer, .... In Massachusetts ....
    Could this be an earlier incarnation of our current Captain Gonzo aka Deputy Chief Gonzo?
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeputyMarshal View Post
    Could this be an earlier incarnation of our current Captain Gonzo aka Deputy Chief Gonzo?

    It has to be...too many similarities to be a coincidence....




    Kind of like the Donna thing
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    It's déjà vu all over again. I've been tempted to search for the first FH.com posting and resurrect it with a comment like "me too".
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