Monday, October 24, 2011

Raleigh Fire Department Donates Dress Uniform Shirts and Dress Caps to the CHS Fire Academy

Lt. Reggie Hocutt shares his excitement about our program

Unloading the donated Shirts and Caps

The room just got much smaller

Patches that came off of the shirts

Lieutenant Reggie Hocutt of the Raleigh Fire Department delivers uniform shirts and dress uniform caps and patches from Raleigh Fire Department.

Lieutenant Hocutt is trying to get a High School Fire Academy started in Harnett County at Harnett Central High School and partner with the Harnett County Fireman's Association.

We would like to thank Lt. Hocutt
and the Raleigh Fire Department
for their contribution to our program.


Concord High School Fire Academy Dedicates World Trade Center Artifact

School Board and City Council Members attended
Chief Holloway, Mrs. Black, Chief Allen, and Chief Barlow with the Artifact
Students from many classes came by to observe and pay respect
Students observe and pay respect to the World Trade Center

The Honor Guard Cycled at approximately 15 minute intervals
Students were permitted to touch the artifact
and to read the names of all those who lost their lives that day
on the Flag of Honor

On Monday September 12, 2011 the Concord High School Fire Academy unveiled and dedicated a piece of the World Trade Center in a Ceremony at the school and it was broadcast on Channel 9 News and reported in the Local Newspaper The Independent Tribune.
The event was attended by Chief Holloway and Chief Allen of Concord Fire and Life Safety, Lisa Conger, Director of the CTE program for the Cabarrus County Schools, and members of the School Board and City Council.

The Concord High School Fire Academy Honor Guard stood guard over the Artifact for the remainder of the day so that any Teacher could bring their classes down to visit the artifact and have a more respectful and personal time with it.

Slideshow of the Event on Cabarrus County Schools Website