Clearwater fire captain Wayne Wysoski shows Ryder Dooley and Anna Beattie a fire truck in the parking lot by Buy-Low.

PHOTO: Checking out the fire truck

Clearwater fire captain Wayne Wysoski shows Ryder Dooley and Anna Beattie a fire truck

Clearwater fire captain Wayne Wysoski shows Ryder Dooley and Anna Beattie a fire truck in the parking lot by Buy-Low.

Members of Clearwater Volunteer Fire Department were at Clearwater Shopping Centre on Saturday, April 14, collecting money for the fight against Muscular Dystrophy as well as looking for new firefighters.

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Ryder, unfortunately, might have to wait a few years before he can join.



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