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Poster contest winners share fire safety message

Serena Wilson of€“ William Brooks Elementary holds up her winning poster. Courtesy photo
Serena Wilson of€“ William Brooks Elementary holds up her winning poster. Courtesy photo

Serena Wilson of€“ William Brooks Elementary holds up her winning poster. Courtesy photo

Lynn Yang from Oak Meadow Elementary and Serena Wilson from William Brooks Elementary won the El Dorado Hills Fire Department’s annual Fire Prevention Week poster contest.

Their colorful posters featuring the National Fire Prevention Week theme,  “Smoke Alarms: A sound you can live with,” will soon grace the community’s fire marshal vehicles.

More than 4,000 students from nine local schools participated in the contest. In addition to the honor of having their posted made into magnets for the fire marshals’ vehicles, the winners received a $50 Target gift card.

Oak Meadow Elementary student Lynn Yang shows off her colorful fire safety message. Courtesy photo

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