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Neighborhood watch to host fire awareness day Tuesday

Neighborhood watch to host fire awareness day Tuesday
CONCORD — The Hallstead Community Neighborhood Watch, located at Shellbark and Long Leaf Court in Concord will host a fire awareness and prevention day Tuesday.
The community watch is collaborating with the city of Concord and the Allen Volunteer Fire Department to provide, who will some activities for the free event.
The event is from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. and will include fire extinguishing training for adults and a chance to go inside the fire safety house for children.
This the first of an annual event said co-organizer Thomas Cousar.
There will be some giveaways and free refreshments provided, he said.
For more information, contact Thomas or Staci Cousar at 704-345-9482.

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