Open house at Harrison fire hall

Check out the new fire truck or sign up to help the community

Your local fire hall has changed quite a bit over the last year, with a new engine and several new members.

And now is the chance to take a tour and learn more about the people who protect the community.

The Harrison Hot Springs Fire Department will host an open house and recruiting opportunity on Apr. 7 from 10 a.m. to 4p.m. They will be offering hall tours, introducing the new fire truck, and recruiting.

There will be displays set up regarding first aid, equipment, recruiting and fire turnout gear. Refreshments will be served.

“Currently our membership is looking to hire four new firefighters to join our team of dedicated members,” said Fire Chief Don Labossiere. “All training is provided and a renumeration is paid for training.”

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