Learning and fun at the annual fire hall open house

The annual Lesser Slave Lake Regional Fire Service open house at Hall #1 in Slave Lake featured all sorts of fun stuff for kids and adults. Due to the Canadian Volunteer Firefighters Association conference happening in Slave Lake this past week, nobody was available to comment on the open house.

Firefighters showing children why you do not put out a grease fire with water.

Junior firefighter Ivy Shirley eager to watch some fire drills.

11,547 smile cookies were sold during the Smile Cookie Campaign last week. The money raised at the Slave Lake Tim Hortons was donated to the Slave Lake Fire Hall for the Swift Water/Ice Rescue Training.

Team of firefighters doing a vehicle extraction during the open house.

Water truck extinguishing a palette house fire during the open house September 24 at the Slave Lake Fire Hall.

A Firefighter teaching a young boy how to properly use a fire extinguisher and put out a fire.

Little boy giving Sparky the Fire dog a high five.

Kids and parents watching firemen burn things.

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