Go ahead and test change the batteries in your smoke and carbon monoxide alarms. Remember: Working Alarms SAVE Lives!
A MONSTROUS DANCE PARTY An earie noise heard down the hall. Shadows break dance upon the wall. What on earth? What can it be? Monsters slurping candy-corn tea. Monsters, you say? They’re really real? Of course, they are! I’ve heard them squeal. You’re serious? What did you do? I ran outside; in jammies, … Continue reading Halloweensie Story 3: A Monstrous Dance Party
Who doesn't love pumpkins this time of year? Let's see what these pumpkins are doing during their midnight stroll through the neighborhood! PUMPKINS ON PARADE Bumbling pumpkins in a line, Fat ones, thin ones; all are fine. Some hop on stems or roll around, Some somersault across the ground. Monster pumpkins with sharp claws, scary … Continue reading Halloweensie Story #2: PUMPKINS ON PARADE
In keeping with tradition, I'm participating in Susanna Leonard Hill 7th Annual Halloweensie Writing Contest! Here's the first story for you. I'm hoping to generate another before the day is over! Hope you enjoy my first >100 word story using some form of the words: Candy Corn, Monster, and Shadow. WAREWOLF'S SPOOKTACULAR HALLOWEEN PARTY Ghosts and … Continue reading Halloween Is Here – Time for Spooky Stories!
Has Fire Prevention Week peaked your interest about fire safety? If so, here are a few helpful pieces of safety information. In today's residential fires, fire and deadly smoke spread quickly. You may have only a few minutes to escape from a burning home. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) has a helpful infographic that … Continue reading Fire Prevention Week
It's October and you know what that means... FIRE PREVENTION WEEK/MONTH! Fire Prevention Week is the week of October 9th which commemorates the Great Chicago Fire of 1871. While it is considered Fire Prevention WEEK, most fire departments promote fire prevention efforts all month long. So, what can you do this month to make sure … Continue reading Fire Prevention Week/Month 2017
In the wake of Harvey and Irma, those of us in US territories in the Caribbean and the south-eastern part of the country find ourselves watching for updates on Hurrican Jose, Tropical Storm Lee, and Hurricane Maria. All three of these storms are subject ot impact our weather over the next several weeks. The USFA's … Continue reading Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. YOU CAN!
Kannapolis Fire Department is hosting a Community Blood Center of the Carolinas blood drive in conjunction with the annual Fire Prevention Festival/Fire Truck Parade on September 30th. Every day hundreds of people in our area need blood to survive and people like you and me are called to help! The CBCCarolinas motto is Every Drop … Continue reading Kannapolis Fire Department Seeks Blood Donors
Whew! What a busy spring this is turning out to be! Hope you are enjoying the warmer weather, the blooming flowers and trees and all the activities that come with being outside once again. … Continue reading Greater Cabarrus Reading Assocation (GCRA) Mini-Conference 4/1/17