PHOTOS: Fire Chief for a Day has lunch

Clearwater Volunteer Fire Department visits Raft River Elementary School during Fire Prevention Week

Fire Chief for a Day Reyna Myhre (third from left) celebrates winning a free lunch.

Main photo: Clearwater’s Fire Chief for a Day Reyna Myhre (third from left) and Deputy Chief Abigail Wright (second from left) celebrate winning a free lunch. With them for the free food are Reyna’s friend Evan (first left) and Abigail’s friend Phoenix (fourth from left) and fire chief (for 364 days a year) Mike Smith (r). To enter the contest, the Grade 4 students needed to complete fire prevention education and fire safety plans with their families and hand entry forms back to their teacher. The winners were drawn on the day the fire department attended Raft River Elementary School for Fire Prevention Week. Their prizes included being picked up from the school at lunchtime and taken to lunch in the firetruck. Clearwater A&W has sponsored the lunch since 2010.

Below: Winners from Raft River Elementary of the Fire Prevention Week 2016 contest were (back, l-r) Robert Lee – open house door prize; Elijah Low – coloring contest Grade 3-5; Cera VanEngelen – Grade 4 only open house draw; Abbie Christiansen – open house door prize; Bailey Rotzetter – open house door prize; (front, l-r) Simone Charbonneau – coloring contest Grade K-2. Not pictured is Ali Settle – coloring contest Grade 6-7. On the right is fire chief Mike Smith.

 

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