Fire prevention officers team up to launch safety campaign

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Fire prevention officers team up to launch safety campaign |

The Niagara chapter of the Ontario Municipal Fire Prevention Officers Association is launching a region-wide campaign on fire safety, with messages through different Niagara media. Some of the Niagara members are: (L to R) Back: Scott Campbell, Town of Grimsby; Jim Somerville, City of St. Catharines; Ben Trendle, City of Niagara Falls; Kellie Kubik, City of Niagara Falls; Frank Deveraux, City of Niagara Falls; Scott Lawson, City of Port Colborne. Front: Trevor Doomernik, Town of Lincoln; Nathan Melin, City of St. Catharines; Vince Giovannini, City of Thorold; Jessica Goodings, Town of Fort Erie; and Charles Turpin, City of Welland. The April focus is on working smoke alarms.

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