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First responders from Alhambra, San Gabriel, and Pasadena talked about their careers and discussed the hard work, determination, and education needed to succeed in each field.
The idea of Night Out is to build rapport and a sense of partnership, understanding, and trust between the city’s residents and their all-important first responders.
On Dec. 4, fire broke out north of Santa Paula, and four Alhambra fire fighters, Captain Andrew Messore, Engineer Cody Vo, Firefighter Fernando Navarro, and Firefighter Jaime Olmos from the Alhambra Fire Department, rolled out of their station in Engine #71 and headed to Ventura County.
Tours of the station will be conducted, and attendees will receive fire safety information and watch Fire Department demonstrations.
The Alhambra Fire Department will be cooking up some tasty pancakes at its benefit Open House and Pancake Breakfast from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, Oct. 15, at Alhambra Fire Station 71, 301 N. First St.
The Alhambra Woman’s Club participated in Dine Alhambra at Charlie’s Trio on Aug. 5. Twenty percent of the cost was donated to the Alhambra First Responders Fund.
Special Event!Includes Family Funzone carnival, a chance at meeting Seabiscuit, and all proceeds helps fund the Alhambra Emergency First Responders Fund.