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Royal Bahamas Police Force Fire Services to celebrate Fire Safety Awareness Week
Sep 16, 2012 - 11:28:31 PM

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Nassau, Bahamas - The Royal Bahamas Police Force Fire Services are celebrating Fire Safety Awareness Week. Theme: “Saving Lives- One Community at a time.”The month of September has been designated as “Fire Safety AwarenessMonth”.The official opening will be held on Monday September 17th2012 at 10:00am, atthe Post Office Foyer, Explorers Way West.

Listed are the calendars of events for the week of activities.

  • Friday 14th September,2012 Exhibition Display Post Office
  • Sunday 16th September,2012 Church Service-First Holiness Church of God Shipton and Young Husband Drive
  • Monday 17thSeptember,2012 Official Opening Ceremony, Group Photo at the Post Office
  • Tuesday 18thSeptember,2012 Evacuation Drill
  • Wednesday 19thSeptember,2012 Fire & Safety Flyer Tips Hand-out Thursday 20thSeptember,2012 Simulation Accident Drill Display Pioneer Way & the Mall Road
  • Saturday 22ndSeptember,2012 Fun Run & Walk, Commencing at Fire H.Q grounds 6:30am
  • Saturday 3rdNovember,2012 Steak-Out Fire Head-Quarters  The public are invited to attend and support The Royal Bahamas Police Force Fire Services.

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