Revelstoke Fire Rescue Services is pleased to announce that Morgan Tegart of Mountain View Elementary school and Nicole Harrison of Mount Begbie Elementary School were this year's 'Fire Chief for a Day” Winners. Morgan’s and Nicole’s fire safety posters

Fire Chiefs for a Day

Morgan Tegart of Mountain View Elementary and Nicole Harrison of Mount Begbie Elementary were named Fire Chief for a Day.

PHOTO: Revelstoke Fire Rescue Services is pleased to announce that Morgan Tegart of Mountain View Elementary school and Nicole Harrison of Mount Begbie Elementary School were this year’s “Fire Chief for a Day” Winners. Morgan’s and Nicole’s fire safety posters, illustrating their knowledge and understanding of fire safety, were chosen among the 112 submissions. Morgan and Nicole were picked up at school on Wednesday, November 2nd 2011 in Fire Engine #1 and spent the afternoon as the City’s Fire Chiefs. Fire Chiefs Tegart and Harrison received a tour of the fire hall, fire truck rides, prize packages and participated in fire department activities. The two young Fire Chiefs were then treated to a pizza lunch with the Fire Chief and Career Firefighters.Here, Chief Rob Girard poses with the winners at the fire hall museum.

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