second grader, Jeremy Cook, and his family were treated to a spaghetti dinner at the fire station prepared by Gig Harbor Fire Chief John Burgess and the A-shift duty crew at the Kimball Fire Station on Wednesday night.
The dinner was part of the grand prize for , where students learned how to protect their family from fire.
Firefighters gave the Cook family a tour of the station, a ride on the fire engine and a water demonstration before settling down to a spaghetti dinner with brownies and ice cream for dessert. During dinner, Jeremy’s little sister, Zoe, 3, said her family's meeting place was at the mailbox.
" wants to thank all the families who took the time to use the information provided in the contest to make sure their homes were safe and practice a fire escape plan with their family members," wrote Prevention Specialist Nanette Tatom in the press release.
For additional information on fire safety and escape planning contact the Prevention Division at 253-851-5111.