PHOTO: Saying thanks to Blackpool Fire Department

Emergency Management BC gives plaque to local firefighters

Blackpool Volunteer Fire Department deputy chief Mike Savage (l) and chief Scott Thomas hold a plaque recently given to the department by Emergency Management BC in appreciation of the help received during last summer’s wildfire situation.

Blackpool Volunteer Fire Department deputy chief Mike Savage (l) and chief Scott Thomas hold a plaque recently given to the department by Emergency Management BC in appreciation of the help received during last summer’s wildfire situation.

SEE ALSO: Clearwater gets wildfire award (April 6, 2018)

READ MORE: Blackpool Fire Department says thanks for the support (July 27, 2017)



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