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Thank You, Lebanon Community, for Your Support at the Lebanon Fire District Open House and Dedication Ceremony (Photo) - 06/17/24

A big thank you to everyone who came out to our Open House and Dedication Ceremony at Station 31 this past Saturday! Your presence and support meant a lot to us, with approximately 350 people visiting the firehouse.

During the ceremony, we unveiled the Ted Fitzwater Memorial Training Tower and the Jim Anglin Workout Facility at our station, honoring their significant contributions to our district and community.

A special thanks goes to Larry Arnold, our former fire chief, who joined us as a speaker at the event. Larry's leadership helped solidify our standing as a district, and his presence added to the meaningfulness of the occasion. We also want to extend a special thank you to our other notable speakers, Chief Joseph Rodondi and Board Vice President Dale White.

We appreciate everyone who joined us in celebrating this milestone in our district's history.

Mark your calendars: we'll be hosting another Open House at Station 31 during Fire Prevention Week in October. Keep an eye on our social media channels for specific dates and times as we look forward to another opportunity to connect with our community and promote fire safety awareness.

Thank you once again for your support. We're excited to see you in October!

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