Union Students deliver letters to fire department

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Neighbors | Zack Shively.Poland Union students brought over cards to the fire department to thank them for their service. They had more than 200 cards delivered. Pictured are, from left, (front) Conner Henderson, Christian Steed, Addyson Halt, Guilanna Falasca, Oliver Simerlink, Demetri Kindinis, Kiaya Webb; (middle) Allie Nigh, Micah Walker, Pete Zoumis, Makenna Saville, Aston Sattarelli; (back) Fire Prevention Officer Bill O'Hara, volunteer Jake Ezzo, volunteer Ian Harker and principal Michael Masucci.


Neighbors | Zack Shively.Poland Union students enjoy pizza and drinks from Cocca's Pizza at the Village Fire Department. The students spoke with firefighters during their meal. Pictured are, clockwise from left, Micah Walker, Oliver Simerlink, Demetri Kindinis, Aston Satterelli and Kiaya Webb.


Neighbors | Zack Shively.The Union students got to tour the fire department and explore the fire trucks after they ate. The students met with their families and learned about the fire trucks and fire equipment.


Neighbors | Zack Shively.Firefighters, from left, Bob Lidle, Jake Ezzo and Ian Harker talk to the students about being a firefighter on Oct. 27.


Neighbors | Zack Shively.Poland Union student Allie Nigh (left) sat behind the wheel of one of Poland's fire trucks during the school's visit to the fire station. Volunteer firefighter Jake Ezzo (right) helped her in and out of the truck.



Poland Union Elementary School students walked to the Village Fire Department on South Main Street on Oct. 27 to hand deliver letters to the firefighters.

The students throughout the school wrote more than 200 letters to the fire department to thank them for their service. A group of 12 randomly selected students walked to the fire station to deliver the letters and talk to the firefighters.

Cocca’s Pizza provided pizza and drinks to the students. The school works with the pizza company on a variety of events.

The students met volunteer firemen Ian Harker and Jake Ezzo, firefighter and Poland trustee Bob Lidle and Fire Prevention Officer Bill O’Hara. The firemen spoke to the students about volunteering and fighting fires. They sat with the children as they all ate.

After eating, the fire department took them downstairs to see the fire trucks and equipment. The students’ families joined them as they got downstairs and toured the station with the students. The families took the opportunity to take pictures of the children inside and on the fire trucks.

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