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Aiden Boylan sits in a fire truck at a home safety event held Saturday, Oct. 21, outside Will-Cook Ace Hardware in Homer Glen.
Will County Sheriff’s Office Deputy Michael Kane and his K-9 partner, Ryker, were at the event to do demonstrations.
Will-Cook Ace Hardware owner George Muersch (left) chats with John Robinson, coordinator for the Homer Glen Emergency Management Agency, at the home safety event held Saturday, Oct. 21, outside his store in Homer Glen. Photos by Laurie Fanelli/22nd Century Media
A Homer Township Fire Protection District vehicle sits on display at the event.
Homer Township Fire Prevention District personnel (left to right) Mark Jenkins, Dennis Faught, Frank Chojnacki, Nick Breese and Pat Burke gather for a photo in front of a fire truck.
Laurie Fanelli, Freelance Reporter
12:17 pm CDT October 24, 2017
October is National Fire Prevention Month, making it a great time of year to brush up on home safety. From ensuring smoke detectors are in working order to learning how to properly use a fire extinguisher, there are many things homeowners can do to educate themselves on prevention and protection.