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Pulaski Fire Prevention Parade

Fire Departments from throughout the state will converge on Pulaski Thursday, Oct. 8 to take part in the annual Pulaski Fire Prevention Parade.
Lineup for the parade will begin at 6 p.m. in front of Food Lion off Route 99. At 7 p.m., the parade will travel west on Route 99 to Jefferson Avenue, then proceed south on Jefferson to Maple Shade Shopping Center to disband.
The parade has been an annual event for the town for the past half a century. In addition to a large number of fire trucks, other entries include ambulances and other rescue vehicles, police cars, Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops, area football teams and cheerleaders, and the Pulaski County High School Marching Cougar Band.
Pulaski Fire Department reports the parade will start on time regardless of the weather.
The parade is held during national Fire Prevention Week, which runs Oct. 4-10 this year. This year’s theme is “Stay Fire Smart, Don’t Get Burned.”
Parade participants are encouraged to promote the Fire Prevention Week theme when they decorate their floats or vehicles.
According to Pulaski Fire Department, cooking is the leading cause of home fires, smoking is the leading cause of fire deaths, and heating is the leading cause of home fire deaths.

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Pulaski Fire Prevention Parade

Fire Departments from throughout the state will converge on Pulaski Thursday, Oct. 8 to take part in the annual Pulaski Fire Prevention Parade.
Lineup for the parade will begin at 6 p.m. in front of Food Lion off Route 99. At 7 p.m., the parade will travel west on Route 99 to Jefferson Avenue, then proceed south on Jefferson to Maple Shade Shopping Center to disband.
The parade has been an annual event for the town for the past half a century. In addition to a large number of fire trucks, other entries include ambulances and other rescue vehicles, police cars, Boy Scout and Girl Scout troops, area football teams and cheerleaders, and the Pulaski County High School Marching Cougar Band.
Pulaski Fire Department reports the parade will start on time regardless of the weather.
The parade is held during national Fire Prevention Week, which runs Oct. 4-10 this year. This year’s theme is “Stay Fire Smart, Don’t Get Burned.”
Parade participants are encouraged to promote the Fire Prevention Week theme when they decorate their floats or vehicles.
According to Pulaski Fire Department, cooking is the leading cause of home fires, smoking is the leading cause of fire deaths, and heating is the leading cause of home fire deaths.

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