Learning about safety


Students at Carleton School received a lesson in safety on Friday with a visit from several first responders. Members of the Syracuse Volunteer Fire Department brought three trucks for the students to see and learn about, as well as giving the students fire hats and goodie bags with fire safety information. Meigs County EMS was also at the school, showing the kids the inside of the squad. The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office took part in the event with K9 Bax and Deputy Brandy King, as well as Deputy Clint Patterson and Safety Pup. Safety Pup was a favorite among all ages, posing for pictures with those from preschool through the adult participants at Carleton School and Meigs Industries. The annual safety day was held during Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8-14. The theme for this year’s Fire Prevention Week was “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out.”


Students at Carleton School received a lesson in safety on Friday with a visit from several first responders. Members of the Syracuse Volunteer Fire Department brought three trucks for the students to see and learn about, as well as giving the students fire hats and goodie bags with fire safety information. Meigs County EMS was also at the school, showing the kids the inside of the squad. The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office took part in the event with K9 Bax and Deputy Brandy King, as well as Deputy Clint Patterson and Safety Pup. Safety Pup was a favorite among all ages, posing for pictures with those from preschool through the adult participants at Carleton School and Meigs Industries. The annual safety day was held during Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8-14. The theme for this year’s Fire Prevention Week was “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out.”


Students at Carleton School received a lesson in safety on Friday with a visit from several first responders. Members of the Syracuse Volunteer Fire Department brought three trucks for the students to see and learn about, as well as giving the students fire hats and goodie bags with fire safety information. Meigs County EMS was also at the school, showing the kids the inside of the squad. The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office took part in the event with K9 Bax and Deputy Brandy King, as well as Deputy Clint Patterson and Safety Pup. Safety Pup was a favorite among all ages, posing for pictures with those from preschool through the adult participants at Carleton School and Meigs Industries. The annual safety day was held during Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8-14. The theme for this year’s Fire Prevention Week was “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out.”


Students at Carleton School received a lesson in safety on Friday with a visit from several first responders. Members of the Syracuse Volunteer Fire Department brought three trucks for the students to see and learn about, as well as giving the students fire hats and goodie bags with fire safety information. Meigs County EMS was also at the school, showing the kids the inside of the squad. The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office took part in the event with K9 Bax and Deputy Brandy King, as well as Deputy Clint Patterson and Safety Pup. Safety Pup was a favorite among all ages, posing for pictures with those from preschool through the adult participants at Carleton School and Meigs Industries. The annual safety day was held during Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8-14. The theme for this year’s Fire Prevention Week was “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out.”

Students at Carleton School received a lesson in safety on Friday with a visit from several first responders. Members of the Syracuse Volunteer Fire Department brought three trucks for the students to see and learn about, as well as giving the students fire hats and goodie bags with fire safety information. Meigs County EMS was also at the school, showing the kids the inside of the squad. The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office took part in the event with K9 Bax and Deputy Brandy King, as well as Deputy Clint Patterson and Safety Pup. Safety Pup was a favorite among all ages, posing for pictures with those from preschool through the adult participants at Carleton School and Meigs Industries. The annual safety day was held during Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8-14. The theme for this year’s Fire Prevention Week was “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out.”

Students at Carleton School received a lesson in safety on Friday with a visit from several first responders. Members of the Syracuse Volunteer Fire Department brought three trucks for the students to see and learn about, as well as giving the students fire hats and goodie bags with fire safety information. Meigs County EMS was also at the school, showing the kids the inside of the squad. The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office took part in the event with K9 Bax and Deputy Brandy King, as well as Deputy Clint Patterson and Safety Pup. Safety Pup was a favorite among all ages, posing for pictures with those from preschool through the adult participants at Carleton School and Meigs Industries. The annual safety day was held during Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8-14. The theme for this year’s Fire Prevention Week was “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out.”

Students at Carleton School received a lesson in safety on Friday with a visit from several first responders. Members of the Syracuse Volunteer Fire Department brought three trucks for the students to see and learn about, as well as giving the students fire hats and goodie bags with fire safety information. Meigs County EMS was also at the school, showing the kids the inside of the squad. The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office took part in the event with K9 Bax and Deputy Brandy King, as well as Deputy Clint Patterson and Safety Pup. Safety Pup was a favorite among all ages, posing for pictures with those from preschool through the adult participants at Carleton School and Meigs Industries. The annual safety day was held during Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8-14. The theme for this year’s Fire Prevention Week was “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out.”
http://www.mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2017/10/web1_10.19-Safety-Day-1.jpgStudents at Carleton School received a lesson in safety on Friday with a visit from several first responders. Members of the Syracuse Volunteer Fire Department brought three trucks for the students to see and learn about, as well as giving the students fire hats and goodie bags with fire safety information. Meigs County EMS was also at the school, showing the kids the inside of the squad. The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office took part in the event with K9 Bax and Deputy Brandy King, as well as Deputy Clint Patterson and Safety Pup. Safety Pup was a favorite among all ages, posing for pictures with those from preschool through the adult participants at Carleton School and Meigs Industries. The annual safety day was held during Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8-14. The theme for this year’s Fire Prevention Week was “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out.”

Students at Carleton School received a lesson in safety on Friday with a visit from several first responders. Members of the Syracuse Volunteer Fire Department brought three trucks for the students to see and learn about, as well as giving the students fire hats and goodie bags with fire safety information. Meigs County EMS was also at the school, showing the kids the inside of the squad. The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office took part in the event with K9 Bax and Deputy Brandy King, as well as Deputy Clint Patterson and Safety Pup. Safety Pup was a favorite among all ages, posing for pictures with those from preschool through the adult participants at Carleton School and Meigs Industries. The annual safety day was held during Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8-14. The theme for this year’s Fire Prevention Week was “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out.”
http://www.mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2017/10/web1_10.19-Safety-Day-2.jpgStudents at Carleton School received a lesson in safety on Friday with a visit from several first responders. Members of the Syracuse Volunteer Fire Department brought three trucks for the students to see and learn about, as well as giving the students fire hats and goodie bags with fire safety information. Meigs County EMS was also at the school, showing the kids the inside of the squad. The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office took part in the event with K9 Bax and Deputy Brandy King, as well as Deputy Clint Patterson and Safety Pup. Safety Pup was a favorite among all ages, posing for pictures with those from preschool through the adult participants at Carleton School and Meigs Industries. The annual safety day was held during Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8-14. The theme for this year’s Fire Prevention Week was “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out.”

Students at Carleton School received a lesson in safety on Friday with a visit from several first responders. Members of the Syracuse Volunteer Fire Department brought three trucks for the students to see and learn about, as well as giving the students fire hats and goodie bags with fire safety information. Meigs County EMS was also at the school, showing the kids the inside of the squad. The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office took part in the event with K9 Bax and Deputy Brandy King, as well as Deputy Clint Patterson and Safety Pup. Safety Pup was a favorite among all ages, posing for pictures with those from preschool through the adult participants at Carleton School and Meigs Industries. The annual safety day was held during Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8-14. The theme for this year’s Fire Prevention Week was “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out.”
http://www.mydailysentinel.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/14/2017/10/web1_10.19-Safety-Day-3.jpgStudents at Carleton School received a lesson in safety on Friday with a visit from several first responders. Members of the Syracuse Volunteer Fire Department brought three trucks for the students to see and learn about, as well as giving the students fire hats and goodie bags with fire safety information. Meigs County EMS was also at the school, showing the kids the inside of the squad. The Meigs County Sheriff’s Office took part in the event with K9 Bax and Deputy Brandy King, as well as Deputy Clint Patterson and Safety Pup. Safety Pup was a favorite among all ages, posing for pictures with those from preschool through the adult participants at Carleton School and Meigs Industries. The annual safety day was held during Fire Prevention Week, Oct. 8-14. The theme for this year’s Fire Prevention Week was “Every Second Counts: Plan 2 Ways Out.”

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