Engine 29 visits West Seattle Library for Firefighter Storytime

July 16, 2014 at 5:01 pm | In Safety, West Seattle news | 3 Comments

Big turnout for this summer’s second Firefighter Storytime in West Seattle, this morning at the Seattle Public Library branch in Admiral. The mission is to teach fire safety, but of course the lesson is folded up in a fun story:

No Dragons for Tea,” which Lt. Joe Clegg is holding in the photo, is the classic Firefighter Storytime book. A little girl makes friends with a fire-breathing dragon; he accidentally starts a fire. What matters is how she and her family react. Afterward, everybody headed outside, where Engine 29 from North Admiral’s Station 29 was parked in front of the library.

The engine and its crew couldn’t stay too long – they were summoned to check out a fire alarm.

3 Comments

  1. How cool!

    Comment by heather — 9:45 pm July 16, 2014 #

  2. That’s newly-minted Lieutenant Clegg, ready with the school children. :)

    Comment by ltfd — 10:31 am July 17, 2014 #

  3. Thank you, I forgot to add his name, though co-publisher and chief photographer Patrick Sand DID tell me … will fix. – TR
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    (added) Looks like he is a member of the most-frequently-photographed-with-the-public club :) http://westseattleblog.com/2012/02/neighbor-appreciation-day-meet-your-west-seattle-firefighting-neighbors

    Comment by WSB — 10:35 am July 17, 2014 #

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