Monday, July 21, 2008
City of Bryan Fire Department to Host Fire Gator Camp
Morning Camp Open to 4-6 Year Olds July 28 – August 1
The City of Bryan Fire Department in conjunction with The Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley is putting on Fire Gator Camp during the week of July 28 through August 1. The five day camp is open to 4-6 year old kids and will be held from 9 to 12 in the mornings.
The camp was named in reference to a children’s book that was written about a boy who had a pet alligator that lived at the Fire Department in Bryan. The book’s author, Debbie Leland will be at the camp on Monday to read the book to the camp participants. The Bryan+College Station Library System currently has 10 copies of Leland’s book, “The FireGator.”
Other activities during the camp include show and tell of the Department’s ambulances and fire trucks, as well as demonstrations of fire equipment and rescue situations. Participants will also be able to unroll fire hoses and put out a mock fire, and help in a rescue situation by saving a teddy bear. Fire safety education will be taught during the week as well.
The cost for the 5-day camp is $85 for Children’s Museum members and $95 for non-members. You can register your children by calling the Museum at 779-KIDS (5437) or contacting Christina Seidel at email@example.com.
Additional Contact Information
Director of Education
The Children’s Museum of the Brazos Valley
Deputy Fire Marshal
Bryan Fire Department
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