Poster winners inform friends and neighbors of importance of fire safety

Osage County Fire District No 2 finished its observance of Fire Prevention Week on Sunday with an open house at the fire station in Osage City, but also fill last week with reaching more than 400 local students with fire prevention messages.

As part of the safety message, the fire district held a poster contest for elementary school students at Osage City, naming 14 winners on Friday. Poser winners were escorted to school that day in a fire truck and also presented a smoke detector to help make their homes more safe.

Winners and their grades were: First grade, Alana Buchman, Austin McConnell, Camo Jackson; second grade, Austin Lamb, Harrison Bailey, Ellie Boner; third grade, Skylar Dunbar, Noah Couch, Keaira Meseke; fourth grade, Kaylee Boner, Callie Lane, Gracy Smith; fifth grade, Landon Boss, Brooke Gill.

During Fire Prevention Week, the fire district gave presentations to Osage City Elementary School students, Osage City preschool students, and daycare children in Osage City. Osage City Lions Club donated and assisted with serving ice cream to Osage City elementary students at the end of the presentations on Friday.

Sunday, finishing the weeklong fire prevention promotion, the fire district opened the fire station to visitors, gave fire truck rides, served food, and gave away door prizes.

Information and photo thanks to Osage County Fire District No. 2.

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