Young winners of colouring contest tour Lake Cowichan Fire Department: (L-R) Kierra Sauntry

Winners of Colouring Contest get to tour Lake Cowichan Fire Department

Three students from Palsson won the Fire Prevention Week colouring contest and got to tour the Lake Cowichan Fire Department Oct. 14.

Kierra Sauntry, Emma Arkell, and Elyssa Sahulk from Palsson Elementary School won a colouring contest that was part of 2014 Fire Prevention Week. As winners, they got to tour the Lake Cowichan Fire Department on Oct. 14. Fireman Cory Robertson showed them the firefighting equipment in the hall before taking the three girls and their mothers for a ride in the fire truck.

 

Kierra Sauntry tries on fireman Cory Robertson’s helmet during their tour of the fire department on Oct. 14.

 

 

Elyssa Sahulk mans a pump on the Lake Cowichan Fire Department’s rescue boat during their tour of the LCFD Oct. 14.

 

 

 

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