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By Karla Pomeroy
Editor 

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The Worland Fire Department is spending a busy Fire Prevention Week talking to students in the Worland community about ways to prevent fires. The department visited kindergarten and first-grade classes at East Side on Monday, and second- and third-grade classes at South Side on Tuesday. Today they will be visiting Worland Head Start and Worland Preschool as well as the Washakie County Library to talk to children about fire prevention and fire safety.

 

October 11, 2017

Karla Pomeroy

South Side Elementary student Ike Byrd partnered with firefighter Bruce Nielson to demonstrate stop, cover (your face), drop and roll during a Fire Prevention Week presentation Tuesday morning.

WORLAND - The Worland Fire Department is spending a busy Fire Prevention Week talking to students in the Worland community about ways to prevent fires.

The department visited kindergarten and first-grade classes at East Side on Monday, and second- and third-grade classes at South Side on Tuesday. Today they will be visiting Worland Head Start and Worland Preschool as well as the Washakie County Library to talk to children about fire prevention and fire safety.

Thursday they will head to West Side to talk to the fourth- and fifth-graders where they will go through the "smoke bus" to see if t...



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