It was like the suit was made for him: Quinn Scambler was made Fire Chief for the day

Quinn Scambler Fire Chief for the day

Chief for a day Quinn Scambler won the title from a random draw of NES students that handed in their completed fire safety plan.

Chief for a day Quinn Scambler won the title from a random draw of NES students that handed in their completed fire safety plan.

Grade 2 student Scambler got his very own fire suit and a tour of the fire fighting areas in the Emergency Services Building on October 27. He also got to ride in the fire truck  and blow the horn.

Nakusp Fire Chief Terry Warren, retired for the day, showed Quinn the Fire Chief ropes.

Mom Stef Scambler said Quinn has always wanted to be a fire fighter ever since he was a little kid.

Quinn was a zombie fire fighter for Hallowe’en this year.

 

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