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Fenton Firefighters Community Open House
Fenton Firefighters Charities will be hosting a community Open House on Saturday October 10th, 2015 from 12:00PM – 4:00PM. This FREE event includes the following activities:
- A visit from the University of Michigan Survival Flight Helicopter (approximately 1:00PM – 2:00PM)
- Stop Drop and Roll
- Stay low and Go
- Two ways out and home escape plans
- Identifying home hazards
- Working smoke alarms
- Learning about fire toll safety
- Tour the station and trucks
- Bounce house
- And a visit from our firefighter and Sparky the Fire Pup
November 25th. Charity members in conjunction with the Fenton Methodist Church will be putting together and delivering Thanksgiving baskets for families in our area that are in need this holiday season. The food has been donated and also purchased by our charity.
Coat Drive was Successful
On Wednesday and Thursday November 5th and 6th, the Play Like Jackson Foundation with the help of local Fenton High School students hosted their coat drive at our fire station. People from around the area came to drop off new and used coats that would then be delivered to One Warm Coat and then given to those in need during the upcoming winter months. Over 200 coats were collected.
1st Annual Nightmare on Mill Street Raised about $7,000
On Friday October 24th, our charity hosted the 1st annual Nightmare on Mill Street event. This was a zombie themed costume party that was held downtown behind Yesterdays Treasures and across from the post office. The event was from 8pm-midnight and had around 200 attendees.
Throughout the night there were a dozen prizes given away as well as a…learn more and visit Gallery and Sponsor page CLICK HERE
Our charity has been created by the dedicated firefighters from the City of Fenton, Michigan, who truly believe that we can make a difference in our community. As we respond into the community we can observe up close the personal situations where people truly need a hand to live and succeed. We seek to plant positive seeds in and around our community for the benefit of the whole community.
Pictured to the left. Above: Firefighters helping with the Thanksgiving Turkey food drive at Fenton United Methodist Church.