The Red, White & Blue Fire District held our annual Fire Prevention Week open house on Oct. 10. "Have Two Ways Out!" this year's theme focused on the importance of fire-escape planning and practice. This was a community event and it allowed our citizens and guests to visit with us in a fun and learning atmosphere. Approximately 425 people attended.Our open house would not have been possible without the overwhelming support of our community partners. We would like to extend a gracious thank you to everyone who helped make this event a success. The following businesses and organizations are acknowledged for their generous support and contributions: Beaver Run, American Red Cross, Burke & Riley's Irish Pub, Breckenridge Heritage Alliance, Colorado Tents and Events, Breckenridge Police Department, Copy Copy, Colorado State Forest Service Extension Office, Fatty's Pizzeria, Colorado Task Force 1, Canine Handlers, J & E Development, Summit County Ambulance, NRC 365 Mountain Network, Summit County Communications, Summit Daily News, Summit Medical Center, Superior Alarm & Electronics, Think First, The Lost Cajun, U.S. Forest Service, Dillon Ranger District and Triangle Electric.We value our community partners and appreciate everyone's willingness to support our common goal of promoting fire and life safety. Sincerely,Red, White & Blue Fire Protection District, board of directors
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