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Pequot Lakes Fire Department seeks Explorer program applicants

The Pequot Lakes Fire Department is starting an Explorer program for five to six young adults ages 14-20. Participants must have completed eighth grade.

The Pequot Lakes Fire Department is starting an Explorer program for five to six young adults ages 14-20. Participants must have completed eighth grade.

Interested applicants must live within 15 minutes of station 1 of the Pequot Lakes Fire Department (4638 County Road 11, Pequot Lakes) and have an interest in the fire service.

Participants in the program will be expected to:

• Attend fire meetings/trainings at 6:30 p.m. the first and third Wednesday of each month.

• Go on emergency calls when available. Students cannot leave school to respond to an emergency call.

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• Help with fire department events (open house, pancake breakfast, Safety Kids program, fire prevention, etc.)

For more information about the program, contact Pequot Lakes Fire Chief Tom Nelson at 218-839-1448 or email pequotfd@pequotlakes-mn.gov .

The program is scheduled to start in June.

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