The National Fire Heritage Center recently received two very generous donations of storage equipment and historic texts.
You have probably heard this old cliché before, “Put your money where your mouth is.” The inference is that when you talk about a particular course of action, it doesn’t make much difference how much talk you engage in unless you actually do something about it.
The National Fire Heritage Center (NFHC) has announced Fireproof Children/Prevention1st of Rochester, New York, as the winner of the Benjamin Franklin Fire Writer’s Award for authorship of the formal text, “Juvenile Firesetting: A Community Guide to Prevention and Intervention.”
Following months of massive work, planning and coordination, the April 8 sprinkler system dedication ceremony was accomplished with 200 visitors on hand. NFHC leadership attending included President Coleman, who served as emcee, plus a number of officers, directors, key personnel and staff. The dedication was followed by lunch at the Emmitsburg Senior Center.
A memorial tree was planted on April 24 at the National Fire Heritage Center in memory of Jan Gratton, a national leader in public fire education.