Fire safety and prevention program to be held June 6

The use of fire extinguishers.

CLIFTON PARK — A Family Fire Safety and Prevention program sponsored by the town of Clifton Park and the Jonesville Volunteer Fire Department will be offered from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, June 6.

The free event at the Jonesville Firehouse, 952 Main St., is an opportunity to learn about the hazards leading to home fires.

Firefighters will provide demonstrations and talk about fire safety in the home. They will teach you how to identify your family’s fire threat and how to significantly reduce it.
The presenters will engage residents in preparing family plans for prevention and escaping from fire, if one ever occurs. Statistically, fire is the most likely emergency a family might face, and the results can be devastating.

Those who attend will have the opportunity to use fire extinguishers so they will be confident and able to use them properly.

Also, the town’s Fire Prevention Bus, a mobile classroom loaded with fire prevention information, will be there for kids and adults to visit and explore.

For more information, call the Community Development Office at Clifton Park Town Hall at 371-6651 ext. 230.