Alta Sierra Fire Safety Exhibit a success
The Fire Safety Committee of the Alta Sierra Property Owners’ Association extends its sincere appreciation to the following businesses and organizations for their generous donations to the free raffle and free Fire Safety Exhibit that was conducted on June 23 in Alta Sierra:
The support of the raffle by SPD Grocery, B&C True Value Hardware, Target of Auburn, Hills Flat Lumber, Alta Sierra Veterinarian Clinic, CVS, Betty’s Toys and Raley’s, coupled with the materials and services given to the Fire Safety Exhibit by Staples Office Supply, the Fire Safe Council of N.C., the Greater Alta Sierra Fire Wise Committee, Master Gardeners and last, but certainly not least, the Nevada County Consolidated Fire District, is what made the event successful. The NCCFD, led by Deputy Fire Marshall Terry McMahan, really needs to be recognized and praised for going above and beyond to make fire safety awareness come to life for all the people in attendance.
The support and effort provided by each of you is what made it possible for the ASPOA Fire Safety Committee to accomplish its goal of increasing fire safety education for people and helping people to be better prepared to protect their families, their homes and their property from a fire disaster. Thank you so much for your gifts of prizes, materials and time to promote fire safety. Equally as important, however, thank you for being such good neighbors and really caring about the safety and survival of everyone in the community.
Diane Coelho, chair
ASPOA Fire Safety Committee
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