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Teens learn about firefighting during unique library program

 

Last updated 1/27/2018 at Noon

Firefighters from Temecula Fire Station 84 arrive at the Ronald H. Roberts Public Library after responding to an emergency during a “So You Want To Be A Firefighter” presentation, Jan. 22. Shane Gibson photo

A group of teens converged on the Ronald H. Roberts Public Library Monday, Jan. 22, to learn the ins and outs to becoming a firefighter.

Orange County firefighter and Temecula resident Jim Day, speaks to a group of teens at the Ronald H. Roberts Public Library during a “So You Want To Be A Firefighter” presentation, Jan. 22. The presentation was designed to give aspiring teens an idea about some of the necessary steps they need to take in becoming a firefighter. Shane Gibson photo

About four dozen teens, some with parents in tow, attended the presentation, “So You Want To Be A Firefighter,” put on by the Temecula Public Library Teens to ask questions and gain information on becoming a firefighter.

linkFirefighters from Temecula Fire Station 84 taught those in attendance how to fight a blaze, how to respond to an emergency and shared firsthand details on their careers as the youths learned what every day is like for those who choose to fight fires for a living.

linkThe Temecula Public Library Teens put on events of interest to teenagers on a regular basis. for more information like them on Facebook.

linkFor more information on the Ronald H. Roberts Public Library, including a full list of upcoming events, visit https://temeculaca.gov/445/Ronald-H-Roberts-Temecula-Public-Library or call (951) 693-8900.

 

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