Proper fire attire is required at HHS

By Staff Report

September 17, 2008 at 1:02 pm  | Mobile Reader | Pring this storyPrint 

Proper fire attire is required at HHS
BOUTTE - Hahnville High School students in Dennis Robbins’ Fire Safety Class prepare for their class with the proper attire.

Firefighters, Kerry Dufrene (Paradis), Daniel Dugas (Luling), Chris Boras (Hahnville), Evan Satterlee (Hahnville), Tonya Gaubert (Hahnville), and Chief Reggie Gaubert (Hahnville) came to help students get fitted for the fire fighting bunker gear which will be used in class activities.

The students will get experience wearing the same type of gear used for actual fire situations.

The bunker gear was donated to the HHS class by Dow Chemical Company.

Robbins and his students would like to give special thanks to Dow employee and fire chief Oliver Dufrene (Paradis) for his efforts in getting this bunker gear for the students.

Pictured below: Students Ryan Watson, Matthew Grabert, Brandon Norfleet and Zachary Gros along with other students in the class try on their bunker gear.

Kerry Dufrene (Paradis) is on the right side of the picture and Boras is on the left.




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