TWO JUNIOR MEMBERS GRADUATE JUNIOR PUBLIC SAFETY DAY CAMP
 
By Deputy Chief Chuck Fields
June 29, 2018
 

Today was graduation day for Chester County's Junior Public Safety Day Camp. Select Fire apparatus was on display for family members, including Kimberton's heavy Rescue truck. The graduation was held at the Chester County Public Safety Training Academy grounds in South Coatesville. Junior Firefighters Ira Deger and Conner Huff both completed the Academy course and received their certificates. Junior members can not get their actual Firefighting 1 certification until they reach 18 years of age. The program allows them to build on the training they get at the fire station and helps them prepare for future training classes.

Ira Deger was awarded the Camp Cadet award by his instructors. Conner looks forward to attending again next year. Congratulations to both!

 
Ira Deger & Conner Huff presenting their certificates.
Ira Deger & Conner Huff presenting their certificates.
Chief Jay Pollinger stand between Ira and Conner
Chief Jay Pollinger stand between Ira and Conner
 
Ira stands with his Camp Cadet Award
Ira stands with his Camp Cadet Award
Ira Deger receiving his award at the graduation ceremonies.
Ira Deger receiving his award at the graduation ceremonies.