Holyland Catholic School, located in Johnsburg, enjoyed a visit from the Calumet Fire Department

Holyland Catholic School, located in Johnsburg, enjoyed a visit from the Calumet Fire Department as part of the student lessons on fire safety. The event began with an all-school fire drill, followed by the chance to look at the trucks and equipment. The morning event ended with a question and answer session in the school cafeteria. Students also had the opportunity to look at a thermal imaging camera. Holding the camera is preschool student Allie Nett. Preschool students standing by the fire truck are Allie Nett, Miles Nett, Owen Lisowe, Henry Birschbach, Jordan Brendelson, and Cole Freund in the back row; and in the front are Bernadette School, Milo Brenner, and Samual Nadler.

 

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