Mile High Hook & Ladder Fire Muster 2018

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33rd Annual Fire Muster

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The 33nd Annual Mile High Hook & Ladder Fire Parade & Muster was held on June 16th, 2018. Kids of all ages came out to enjoy the fire apparatus that were part of the parade that went down Littleton Blvd. in Downtown Littleton. The parade ended at the Arapahoe Community College for the fire muster which included new and old fire apparatus that were on display. Fire engine rides, kids fire safety obstacle course by the Denver Firefighters Museum, Smoky the Bear, Littleton Fire Rescue auto extrication, AirLife landing and display, and also South Metro Fire Rescue, MetCom, Greeley Fire Department, Arapahoe County Sheriff, Colorado State Patrol, U.S. Forest Service, Arapahoe Rescue Patrol, American Red Cross, Guardian Angels, and more were on hand with booths, displays, information and activities. 

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  1. Ever since we moved from Colo we are disappointed that more states DON’T do this. Need to spread the word so more states are encouraged to do this. It is so very educational for the families and a lot of fun while they are learning. Spread the word. You never know when someone is going to need help. Thanks to us participating while we lived in Colo my young son is trained to call 911 and understands what information he needs to give so help can arrive. Thank you for everything. You all are fantastic! Wish El Paso Texas would participate.

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